Bode, A New Category Of Hospitality, Debuts First Group-Friendly Property In Nashville
Bode, A New Category Of Hospitality, Debuts First Group-Friendly Property In Nashville

Bode, A New Category Of Hospitality, Debuts First Group-Friendly Property In Nashville Now open – 100 Rooms Bode, a new hotel category created to meet the growing demand of group lifestyle travelers, today announces the opening of its first property located in Nashville, Tennessee at 401 2nd Avenue South. Occupying a former condominium complex, Bode Nashville…

Help, My 6-Year-Old’s Instagram Likes are in the Toilet: A Terrible Mother’s Journey
Help, My 6-Year-Old’s Instagram Likes are in the Toilet: A Terrible Mother’s Journey

By Mike Redmond | Social Media | November 19, 2018 | By Mike Redmond | Social Media | November 19, 2018 | Meet lifestyle blogger Katie Bower. Like most moms, she’s just trying to monetize the shit out of the five kids she farted out by figuring out why the hell one of them is…

SO/ Auckland Makes Debut
SO/ Auckland Makes Debut

SO/ Auckland Makes Debut So Sofitel Auckland Located in prime position at 67 Customs Street East, SO/ Auckland occupies the former Reserve Bank and home of the country’s gold reserves. As the seventh addition to the SO collection of rebellious lifestyle hotels around the globe, and the first to open in the Pacific region. Renowned…

Why Fitness Is The Next Big Trend In Business Travel
Why Fitness Is The Next Big Trend In Business Travel

We’ve all been there, that moment you’ve just about settled back into your health routine following a bout of work based travel and wham, your pocket vibrates, phone pings and you subconsciously accept your all too familiar fate, confirmed moments later when you read the email subject headline: International Business Conference. Let’s face it, if you’re regularly racking up the airmiles, you’re…

Everything You Need From This Season’s Must-Have Décor Collaborations
Everything You Need From This Season’s Must-Have Décor Collaborations

Collaborations are popping up everywhere. From brand partnerships with influencers to luxury design houses creating affordable lines with fast fashion outlets, these dynamic forces are coming together in every sector from fashion to technology and even interior design. Whether notable designers are expanding their brands into the home décor space for the first time or…

23 Life-Changing Books You Need To Read, According To Wellness Experts
23 Life-Changing Books You Need To Read, According To Wellness Experts

An entirely new perspective on life could be just one book away.Pexel Can just one.

Four Essential Pre-Sale Strategies To Spur Sales Of Luxury Condos
Four Essential Pre-Sale Strategies To Spur Sales Of Luxury Condos

Condominium construction in the U.S. ground to a halt during the Great Recession. A decade later — even though the economy and the demand for new residences have improved exponentially — fewer homes are being built than at almost any time in its recorded history. Luxury condo projects have fared the worst in almost every…

Looking sharp: Knifemaker creates unique tools
Looking sharp: Knifemaker creates unique tools

Updated November 13, 2018 09:07:35 Award-winning knifemaker David Brodziak works outside the realm of the ordinary, sourcing unusual materials such as woolly mammoth tusks and tiger iron stone to decorate his timber hilts.His eye-catching knives come in every shape and size imaginable and he spends weeks forging designs from high quality steel.Business is booming for…

Director Tamara Jenkins returns with Private Life, a sharp and funny examination of infertility and art
Director Tamara Jenkins returns with Private Life, a sharp and funny examination of infertility and art

A middle-aged couple wonders, If you don’t leave behind a child or a lasting piece of work, were you ever here at all? By Ben Sachs @1bsachs click to enlarge Private Life It speaks to the complexity of Tamara Jenkins’s Private Life, which recently became available for streaming on Netflix, that even its title can…

Heart attack & stroke diagnosis can be fast-tracked, thanks to early detection of blocked arteries – Economic Times
Heart attack & stroke diagnosis can be fast-tracked, thanks to early detection of blocked arteries – Economic Times

WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: According to a new study, it may be possible to detect early signs of atherosclerosis, which leads to blocked arteries, by looking at how cells in blood vessels change their function. The study appeared in the Journal of Nature Communications. The muscle cells that line the blood vessels have long been known…