There are a few options when it comes down to giving a proper answer when asked which accessory is the manliest of all. I know, the perfect suit, the matching car, the detail of your business card can do the job at times, the way you wear them around, joggling between one another can make you look in touch with your masculinity. But what happened to the pride of being a man, the urge of … continue reading
Renewable energy is the future, and everybody must have realized that by now. It’s in the news, in school teachings, documentaries, pretty much everywhere you turn your head around. Being on the green side of the spectrum will become a definition for the modern man, and this is for many reasonable motives. This is what Smartflower pop is for – the world’s first all-in-one solar system, so that you can leave a green mark for yourself on this planet’s brighter horizon. Just think … continue reading
Planning for going on a trip is always made difficult by the room required inside your luggage in order to accommodate all the gear you think you need, but that might actually end up never used. This can be the drama for many of us who want to spend time away from the crushing city routine, no matter how far that is. Well, this is not the case for the treo chair by Therm-a-rest. This little piece of equipment can be stored in … continue reading
When you think you’ve seen it all, come check us around. It’s Monday, so we’ve come back from our Internet surfing session and brought to you 5 sneakers that stood out this week and caught our attention. We’ve got at least one new name on the list, so check it out and let us know what you think!
Paul Pichugin is a Landscape, Travel and Commercial Photographer, born in South Australia, raised in New South Wales and Queensland. He now lives in the South West of Western Australia.
Paul loves to travel, experiencing other cultures, connecting with people and exploring new places. His photography has been featured in publications internationally, been used in national and international tourism campaigns and also across several major TV networks. He enjoys volunteering and working with Non-Profit Organisations to help raise awareness for their causes and funds for their projects. He works with The Giving Lens, founded by Colby Brown, as a photography workshop instructor and team leader. This involves leading a team of photographers through foreign countries, teaching photography and volunteering with local NGOs.
Humans can survive no less than three weeks without any food intake, but water ? Water is different. You can live up to no more than three days not tasting it, so I find that pretty essential not as much for a lifestyle, as for a life at all. So how can we adapt this need to our other fundamentals, such as always being on the run ? Let’s face it, we all hate it when we have to carry plastic made water … continue reading
Building fast is no longer a secondary wish when establishing plans for a new home. Instead, it has become a main requirement, along with durability, pleasant aspect and functionality. NOEM is able to provide a fully functional, hi-tech and eco-friendly house in 10 weeks. An intelligent refuge, as the company’s name means in old Spanish, can be laid down by NOEM using top of the line technologies, all using wood as base material. One of the three currently built models by NOEM is … continue reading