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Mayuko Hitotsuyanagi, the musician behind the electronia-moniker Cuushe, has a clear message with her new project, FEM: She’s ready to raise her voice.
Artists who've started to work from home have some tips for those of us with extra time on our hands: Boredom can lead to creative thinking, lean into it if you can
Having trouble with working from home? Try delegating spaces and a few other tricks to maintain a work-life balance.
While on lockdown, Instagram gives us the chance to travel vicariously — to get lost in beautiful landscapes, to peer into destinations and gaze in wonder at the adventures that await once we are all free to explore the world again.
From the Lumiere brothers who traveled the globe capturing culture with their portable camera to modern day globe-trotting YouTubers with iPhones, since the late 19th-century travel documentaries have been sparking imaginations and igniting travel passions the world over.
With the current upheaval caused by COVID-19, Tokyoites have been advised from going outside to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But Tokyo apartments are cramped and constricting, and a solo sojourn in nature can do wonders to alleviate the anxiety the virus is ...
As coronavirus news floods our social feeds, it's important to take care of our mental well-being as well as our physical conditions.