Intermitten Fasting

Nowadays specially in pandemic, TV, the internet and other entertainment are available 24/7. We stay awake for longer hours to catch our favorite shows, play games and chat online. We’re sitting and snacking all day and most of the night. These extra calories and less activities can mean a higher risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other illnesses. Scientific studies are showing that Intermittent Fasting may help reverse these trends. Intermittent Fasting is an eating plan that switches between fasting and eating on a regular schedule. Research shows that intermittent fasting is a way to manage your weight and prevent or even reverse some forms of disease.… Read More

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Kintsugi Philosophy

Kintsugi (金継ぎ) Philosophy Literally, Kin = golden and tsugi = joinery or it means ‘to join with gold’. In Zen aesthetics, the broken pieces of an accidentally-smashed pot should be carefully picked up, reassembled and then glued together with lacquer inflected with a very luxuriant gold powder. There should be no attempt to disguise the damage, the point is to render the fault-lines beautiful and strong. The precious veins of gold are there to emphasise that breaks have a philosophically-rich merit all of their own. The origins of Kintsugi are said to date to the Muromachi period, when the Shogon of Japan, Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (1358-1408) broke his favourite tea bowl… Read More

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Laser Cube

This is a technology that had been going viral because of an incident at the Merah and Putih Building of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in Jakarta last week. This is a laser shot containing a critique of the KPK. But do you know the tools used? It is Laser Cube. For instance, it is a portable projector with three different colors of laser diodes, able to form pictures by rotating and flashing them rapidly through lenses. It connects to a computer or smartphone to control its projections, and can be programmed to show pictures, animations, music visualizations, and games, and it can even work as a laser engraver with… Read More

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Body types and Fit Training

Knowing where you fit in (or if a single body “type” doesn’t describe you) could help determine the best diet and exercise plan for you, some healthcare professionals argue. This is what’s called the body type diet. Proponents of this plan say your body type can give you clues about your metabolism and hormones, and thus how well you process carbohydrates, and how much protein you need. Phil Catudal, celebrity trainer, saya that daily exercise, diet habits, and even metabolic changes by way of pregnancy and menopause can skew your body type, so you might not recognize what yours is right away. Lifestyle factors could have also changed your body,… Read More

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Psychology of Money

‘The Psychology of Money – Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness by award-winning author Morgan Housel is one of the best books on personal finance. Neat and crisply written – this book offers a lot of wisdom and high-quality content. Morgan Housel is a partner at the Collaborative Fund where he writes a regular blog; previously he was a columnist for the Wall Street Journal and the Motley Fool. He is also a winner and awardee in some of best Awards of bussiness and finance. In this book, Morgan Housel shares 19 stories exploring the strange ways people think about money. It covers observations on our relationship with money… Read More

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