Bilingual Madrid-based freelance writer/market researcher specializing in F&B, travel, history, and material culture. Former Bangkok Lonely Planet Writer. firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't confuse loneliness with time by yourself.
From Marriott’s Bonvoy to Slack’s ‘swastika,’ the public has made it clear: Don’t dare change a logo on them
So much of who you are is wrapped up in work, but you are more than your job.
For all the campaigns encouraging people to recycle more, few lay out exactly what happens to our recyclables once they go into the blue bin. Rather than our milk jugs magically reincarnating into toys on their own, for nearly three decades American recyclables were shipped cheaply to China, where they could be sold and given new shape.
That worked well enough, until China started cracking down. With dirty waste continuing to appear in imported recyclables, the rising cost ...
[published in December 10 print newspaper]
Acknowledging small wins, even if they barely chip away at our larger goals, can still boost our mood and motivation.
Stepping inside Madrid’s 1912 Museo Bar is like entering the best kind of time capsule — one with strong drinks and plush seating alongside a hearty dose of history.
The complicated relationship between art and commerce has a home in the museum gift shop.
If you walk past Bangkok’s shophouses and food stalls you’ll begin to realise just how popular moo krob is based on how many businesses display sheets of crispy pork belly to entice customers from the street.