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As the 2022 sales have begun, Zara has just unveiled a dress from its new collection perfect for all silhouettes!

For a few days now, the 2022 sales have started. This is an opportunity for many people to have fun with a dress, pants or even tops. For its part, Zara continues to unveil pieces from his new collection.

Zara unveils its new tube dress

If big brands like Zara, H&M or Mango are on sale, it doesn’t mean that they don’t unveil their new collection. On the contrary. Retailers take advantage of this period to showcase new clothes.

Right in the middle of sale clothes, brands like Zara, for example, very often put racks that stand out from the rest. And which are much more refined. This is of course the new collection.

As the 2022 sales kicked off last Wednesday, the Spanish firm has already showcased an incredible dress that suits all silhouettes. The brand released a sublime dress very elegant before the arrival of spring.

The firm opted for a straight dress, with a nice slit at the thigh. It is moreover this detail of the dress which will not fail to give a lot of allure to your look.

This slit will also allow you to appear a few centimeters taller. If you complete your new Zara dress with heeled boots, there is no doubt that your silhouette will be more elongated. And well presented.

Its shy neckline will also highlight your bust and the straps will emphasize the shape of your shoulders. Be aware, moreover, that these are crossed in the back. For its part, the zip closure is concealed in the seam.

A brand that wants to respect the environment

The Zara brand also wants to respect the environment. She therefore opted for a very pleasant and eco-friendly material. She created her dress in a 100% viscose fabric. With a 100% polyurethane coating which gives a very attractive appearance to the garment.

Zara also confided: “The goal of the Green to Wear 2.0 standard is to reduce environmental impact of textile production. For this, we have developed the program The List from Inditex ».

Before adding: “This helps us ensure both the cleanliness of production processes and safety. And the health of our clothes”. A piece of information that will not fail to convince the fans.

This pretty bottle-colored dress from Zara is also available at a very affordable price. Indeed, the brand has put on sale its new garment at the price of 29.95 euros. And the least we can say is that this dress is likely to be a real hit with fashion fans.

If you don’t want to wait for the temperature to rise to wear this Zara dress, you can very well complete it with a pretty faux fur coat. Or even a cardigan for break the serious side of this dress.

Regarding shoes, boots, ankle boots or even heels will be perfect. One thing is certain, this dress brings elegance, charm and chic in all circumstances. This Zara dress has it all make you crack !

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As the 2022 sales have begun, Zara has just unveiled a dress from its new collection perfect for all silhouettes!

For a few days now, the 2022 sales have started. This is an opportunity for many people to have fun with a dress, pants or even tops. For its part, Zara continues to unveil pieces from his new collection.

Zara unveils its new tube dress

If big brands like Zara, H&M or Mango are on sale, it doesn’t mean that they don’t unveil their new collection. On the contrary. Retailers take advantage of this period to showcase new clothes.

Right in the middle of sale clothes, brands like Zara, for example, very often put racks that stand out from the rest. And which are much more refined. This is of course the new collection.

As the 2022 sales kicked off last Wednesday, the Spanish firm has already showcased an incredible dress that suits all silhouettes. The brand released a sublime dress very elegant before the arrival of spring.

The firm opted for a straight dress, with a nice slit at the thigh. It is moreover this detail of the dress which will not fail to give a lot of allure to your look.

This slit will also allow you to appear a few centimeters taller. If you complete your new Zara dress with heeled boots, there is no doubt that your silhouette will be more elongated. And well presented.

Its shy neckline will also highlight your bust and the straps will emphasize the shape of your shoulders. Be aware, moreover, that these are crossed in the back. For its part, the zip closure is concealed in the seam.

A brand that wants to respect the environment

The Zara brand also wants to respect the environment. She therefore opted for a very pleasant and eco-friendly material. She created her dress in a 100% viscose fabric. With a 100% polyurethane coating which gives a very attractive appearance to the garment.

Zara also confided: “The goal of the Green to Wear 2.0 standard is to reduce environmental impact of textile production. For this, we have developed the program The List from Inditex ».

Before adding: “This helps us ensure both the cleanliness of production processes and safety. And the health of our clothes”. A piece of information that will not fail to convince the fans.

This pretty bottle-colored dress from Zara is also available at a very affordable price. Indeed, the brand has put on sale its new garment at the price of 29.95 euros. And the least we can say is that this dress is likely to be a real hit with fashion fans.

If you don’t want to wait for the temperature to rise to wear this Zara dress, you can very well complete it with a pretty faux fur coat. Or even a cardigan for break the serious side of this dress.

Regarding shoes, boots, ankle boots or even heels will be perfect. One thing is certain, this dress brings elegance, charm and chic in all circumstances. This Zara dress has it all make you crack !

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Winter and summer clothes often compete for space in your closet? What to do with clothes that are out of season? It is imperative to find a place to store them so as not to be too cluttered.

Where can I find storage space for my clothes?

Are you a fashion lover? Don’t have enough space in your closets to keep all of your clothes handy? Do your big winter coats take up too much space when you only use them a few months a year? You have just acquired new accessories, but your drawers are already full? Do not panic ! There is no need to consider selling or giving away your clothes and accessories. There are several solutions for you to store your clothes. The most expensive trick is to rent a storage box to take advantage of additional storage space. However, this solution is not accessible to all budgets and it can be easy to turn away from it. The best advice we can give you is to store your clothes in your cellar. This often untapped space in homes can actually be used as a real storage place, provided you take a few precautions.

How to store clothes in a cellar?

The cellar is often perceived as a humid place, in which we do not like to set foot. However, it is a real asset for your storage! You can easily move your clothes there at the end of the season to free up space in your closet. You just need to take a few precautions to avoid the risk of your clothes smelling damp or being attacked by moths. Here are some tips for storing your clothes in the basement:

You now have all the advice you need for successful storage!

) [summary] => Winter and summer clothes often compete for space in your closet? What to do with... [atom_content] =>

Winter and summer clothes often compete for space in your closet? What to do with clothes that are out of season? It is imperative to find a place to store them so as not to be too cluttered.

Where can I find storage space for my clothes?

Are you a fashion lover? Don’t have enough space in your closets to keep all of your clothes handy? Do your big winter coats take up too much space when you only use them a few months a year? You have just acquired new accessories, but your drawers are already full? Do not panic ! There is no need to consider selling or giving away your clothes and accessories. There are several solutions for you to store your clothes. The most expensive trick is to rent a storage box to take advantage of additional storage space. However, this solution is not accessible to all budgets and it can be easy to turn away from it. The best advice we can give you is to store your clothes in your cellar. This often untapped space in homes can actually be used as a real storage place, provided you take a few precautions.

How to store clothes in a cellar?

The cellar is often perceived as a humid place, in which we do not like to set foot. However, it is a real asset for your storage! You can easily move your clothes there at the end of the season to free up space in your closet. You just need to take a few precautions to avoid the risk of your clothes smelling damp or being attacked by moths. Here are some tips for storing your clothes in the basement:

You now have all the advice you need for successful storage!

[date_timestamp] => 1642416974 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => From SOUTH Lisboa to the Tagus, fifty shades of Portuguese joy [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/lifestyle/from-south-lisboa-to-the-tagus-fifty-shades-of-portuguese-joy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Peter Crossley ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 08:52:35 +0000 [category] => LifestylefiftyJoyLisboaPortugueseShadessouthTagus [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/lifestyle/from-south-lisboa-to-the-tagus-fifty-shades-of-portuguese-joy/ [description] => How far is the postcard that reduces Portugal to a very simple Eldorado for retirees... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

How far is the postcard that reduces Portugal to a very simple Eldorado for retirees arriving from all over Europe, and even beyond! The country – and Lisbon in the lead – offers a completely different face: that of a destination where life is good, good (television) work, good fun, good innovation and good bet on the future. This “miracle”, it is moreover the foreigners freshly installed, or not, who tell it best. By following in the footsteps of entrepreneur Salomé Gorgiladze, the originator of the SUD Lisboa hot spot, Forbes took the temperature of a city in turmoil.


Is the cosmopolitanism of its capital similar to the world-cities of the size of London or Barcelona? From everywhere, we feel carried by the vibrations of its melting pot which manifests itself on every street corner: here, the tunes of Rio, there of Chinatown, further away from Brexit golden boys neighbors of residents of Angolan origins , Mozambican or Scandinavian, all happily gathered together as a homogeneous group. Strolling along the banks of the Tagus, posing in front of the sumptuous Palace of Queluz and its gardens – a tasteful ersatz of a Versailles – or by going up one of the seven hills aboard a quaint tram, you are immersed in a setting that smacks of the sweetness of life.

Failing to live there all year round, we have only one idea: visit the city assiduously during city breaks! Because when you go beyond the postcard, one thing is clear: Lisbon is bubbling until it no longer has any complexes vis-à-vis its Parisian, Berliner or Madrid peers. At the forefront of lifestyle, creativity and Tech, this leader of a country of some 10 million inhabitants surprises with its dynamism, before bewitching you with its beauty and its sense of hospitality. Lisbon also has its event capable of mobilizing all the greats of this world, the Web Summit: the ” Davos of the geeks “. An event that can also be compared to CES Las Vegas with its headliners that follow edition after edition: Al Gore, Sheryl Sandberg, Stephen Hawking, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Ronaldinho…Once a year the capital becomes the center of the world.

Salome Gorgiladze © SUD Lisboa SANA Hotels Group

“This miracle”, it is not necessarily the natives who will spontaneously tell you about it. By modesty ? Humility? Let others tell us about it with the objectivity inherent in their foreign roots. So, asks Salomé Gorgiladze, a former United Nations executive in Geneva of Georgian origin. The chance of life led her to the country of Carnations following the letter of mission from her diplomat father who came to inaugurate the first Georgian embassy in this territory. ” There, I found one of the friendliest and most welcoming societies around! The locals have a sincere ability to make you feel at home even if you come from elsewhere. Until recently, only insiders were aware of the quality of life in Portugal and its hidden treasures… It must be said that many other cities were attracting all the attention, especially in the media. I had a crush ! Today, I can’t imagine myself anywhere else. “Enthuses the beautiful blonde who has since become one of the most influential figures in the city.

The one whose dream was to make a career in international relations and politics with the noble objective of having “an impact on people’s lives”, realized that the business world could also fulfill this mission for whoever was audacious and governed by certain values. Salomé’s journey is a textbook case of what is happening in Portugal today: between rain of foreign investments, massive return of Portuguese immigrants whose last generations now occupy high positions, phenomenon of nomadic workers or the domicile of many show-business personalities such as Monica Bellucci, Eric Cantona, Christian Louboutin or until recently Madonna…We are therefore far from the epiphenomenon and, even further, from the tearful image of a Linda de Suza recounting herself in The cardboard suitcase. We have the reference or not.

Salomé Gorgiladze alongside supermodel Cindy Crawford © SUD Lisboa SANA Hotels Group

New land of plenty embodied by Cristiano Ronaldo, God of football and magazines, but also by the Lisbon adopted from the East, the country of the three “F” (Fado, Futebol and Fátima the Saint) , left to occupy the front of the stage durably. One place illustrates this vitality: SUD Lisboa. This revolutionary concept inaugurated in 2017 is the work of Salomé Gorgiladze who found a way to declare her love for the city by bringing together all of Lisbon. Located on Avenida Brasília on the riverside of the historic district of Belém, with a breathtaking view of the Tagus and the emblematic 25 de Abril suspension bridge, the address brings together three lifestyle universes with the SUD Pool Lounge and its Instagrammable infinity pool; SUD Terazza, a restaurant on two levels offering show cooking and live music; and SUD Lisboa Hall, a world-class event space. Strategically established near the Portuguese “Station F”, the complex is a mix of parties, relaxation, gastronomy, coworking; cosmopolitan by day and sophisticated by night. A UFO that has become The place to be.

Salomé Gorgiladze: “I discovered that Portugal was very progressive on the issue of including women and young people in business, there is not this glass ceiling that we too often feel elsewhere.”

This destination “in the destination” responds in all respects to the ideal carried by the instigator who wanted a place where one could forge ties and live memorable moments with their eyes riveted on the Tagus dominated by this bridge with the air of Golden Gate. The business development director of SANA Hotels Group succeeded in her bet beyond her expectations because SUD Lisboa quickly attracted celebrities such as Cindy Crawford, Michael Fassbender or Ronaldo. And for fans of the Italian Madonna, Monica Bellucci, she comes there regularly with ease. Surprising hybrid place capable of attracting geeks, stars, XXL families, businessmen, locals and influencers from all countries, all guaranteed to have a good epicurean time.

© SUD Lisboa SANA Hotels Group

« When I suggested this idea to the group’s board of directors, I got free rein to develop my project. How many companies in Europe would entrust such human and financial resources to a 20-year-old employee wishing to experiment with a new concept? I was the first surprise to discover that in Portugal we encourage initiative taking so much. We are therefore far from the retrograde image of a country where women are prevented when it comes to business! “, emphasizes Salomé Gorgiladze who has since even landed a position on the Comex of SANA Hotels Group. An anecdote that says a lot about the state of mind palpable in all spheres of society.

The hotel company now has a portfolio of 16 establishments scattered between the Algarve and the capital. Present in Germany and Angola, the Portuguese company also has international ambitions following the winning triptych: location / experiences / services.

© Myriad by SANA

Head to Myriad by SANA Lisbon to get a fair view of this luxury hospitality made in Portugal. At first glance, one is struck by the architecture sketched out like a replica of the Burj Al Arab in Dubai! But make no mistake, the comparison stops there because the real wink of this tower deployed like a futuristic sail echoes the history of Lisbon and its great navigators. Myriad by SANA rises above the waters of the Tagus pointing proudly towards the Vasco da Gama Bridge. Location and design are breathtaking! The building houses 176 rooms and 10 suites, each decorated in black, silver and red tones for a glamorous and cozy effect.

In terms of experiences, the five-star offers tempting offers by satisfying visitors of all stripes: gourmets are invited to the restaurant Fifty Seconds by Martin Berasategui who is none other than the most starred chef in the Iberian Peninsula! This “8* Michelin gentleman” of Basque-Spanish origin holds his rank on the top floor of the Myriad Hotel. Music lovers follow the musical interludes that punctuate the life of the establishment, they also revisit their classics thanks to Annia, a singer with a golden voice from Brazil. And surprise, there is even the piano of the great Elton John at your fingertips in the lobby.

© Myriad by SANA

A flamboyant red piano in the image of the whimsical character. A luxury Sayanna spa on the 23rd floor offers tailor-made treatments to the aesthetes among us. As for the service, it is worthy of the standing of a palace! We therefore come across many high-level foreign delegations within the walls of the hotel.

Recently, the Epic SANA Marquis Lisboa is the newcomer to the group’s galaxy. Its roadmap consists of raising itself to the same standards for an ultra-luxury resort. Located in the Avenida district, one of the most highly rated streets on the planet, the address promises delicious getaways with its cuisine revisiting different terroirs (Italian, Japanese), its rooftop with a devastating view, its elegant design or its spa in collaboration with Aromatherapy Associates inviting us to the confines of the Far East to experience dream parentheses.

© Epic SANA Marquês Lisboa

When you know that spring sets in in February on the peninsula, you can’t resist the iodized appeal of this country and its magnetic capital.

COURT OF LISBO
MAAT, West Pavilion
Avenida Brasilia, Pavilhão Poente

1300-598 Lisbon – Portugal
Tel: +351 21 159 2700

Myriad by SANA
Cais das Naus, Lot 2.21.01
Nations’ park
Lisbon 1990-173 – Portugal
Tel: +351 212 468 688

<<< Also read: The best wines to taste in 2022 >>>

) [summary] => How far is the postcard that reduces Portugal to a very simple Eldorado for retirees... [atom_content] =>

How far is the postcard that reduces Portugal to a very simple Eldorado for retirees arriving from all over Europe, and even beyond! The country – and Lisbon in the lead – offers a completely different face: that of a destination where life is good, good (television) work, good fun, good innovation and good bet on the future. This “miracle”, it is moreover the foreigners freshly installed, or not, who tell it best. By following in the footsteps of entrepreneur Salomé Gorgiladze, the originator of the SUD Lisboa hot spot, Forbes took the temperature of a city in turmoil.


Is the cosmopolitanism of its capital similar to the world-cities of the size of London or Barcelona? From everywhere, we feel carried by the vibrations of its melting pot which manifests itself on every street corner: here, the tunes of Rio, there of Chinatown, further away from Brexit golden boys neighbors of residents of Angolan origins , Mozambican or Scandinavian, all happily gathered together as a homogeneous group. Strolling along the banks of the Tagus, posing in front of the sumptuous Palace of Queluz and its gardens – a tasteful ersatz of a Versailles – or by going up one of the seven hills aboard a quaint tram, you are immersed in a setting that smacks of the sweetness of life.

Failing to live there all year round, we have only one idea: visit the city assiduously during city breaks! Because when you go beyond the postcard, one thing is clear: Lisbon is bubbling until it no longer has any complexes vis-à-vis its Parisian, Berliner or Madrid peers. At the forefront of lifestyle, creativity and Tech, this leader of a country of some 10 million inhabitants surprises with its dynamism, before bewitching you with its beauty and its sense of hospitality. Lisbon also has its event capable of mobilizing all the greats of this world, the Web Summit: the ” Davos of the geeks “. An event that can also be compared to CES Las Vegas with its headliners that follow edition after edition: Al Gore, Sheryl Sandberg, Stephen Hawking, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Ronaldinho…Once a year the capital becomes the center of the world.

Salome Gorgiladze © SUD Lisboa SANA Hotels Group

“This miracle”, it is not necessarily the natives who will spontaneously tell you about it. By modesty ? Humility? Let others tell us about it with the objectivity inherent in their foreign roots. So, asks Salomé Gorgiladze, a former United Nations executive in Geneva of Georgian origin. The chance of life led her to the country of Carnations following the letter of mission from her diplomat father who came to inaugurate the first Georgian embassy in this territory. ” There, I found one of the friendliest and most welcoming societies around! The locals have a sincere ability to make you feel at home even if you come from elsewhere. Until recently, only insiders were aware of the quality of life in Portugal and its hidden treasures… It must be said that many other cities were attracting all the attention, especially in the media. I had a crush ! Today, I can’t imagine myself anywhere else. “Enthuses the beautiful blonde who has since become one of the most influential figures in the city.

The one whose dream was to make a career in international relations and politics with the noble objective of having “an impact on people’s lives”, realized that the business world could also fulfill this mission for whoever was audacious and governed by certain values. Salomé’s journey is a textbook case of what is happening in Portugal today: between rain of foreign investments, massive return of Portuguese immigrants whose last generations now occupy high positions, phenomenon of nomadic workers or the domicile of many show-business personalities such as Monica Bellucci, Eric Cantona, Christian Louboutin or until recently Madonna…We are therefore far from the epiphenomenon and, even further, from the tearful image of a Linda de Suza recounting herself in The cardboard suitcase. We have the reference or not.

Salomé Gorgiladze alongside supermodel Cindy Crawford © SUD Lisboa SANA Hotels Group

New land of plenty embodied by Cristiano Ronaldo, God of football and magazines, but also by the Lisbon adopted from the East, the country of the three “F” (Fado, Futebol and Fátima the Saint) , left to occupy the front of the stage durably. One place illustrates this vitality: SUD Lisboa. This revolutionary concept inaugurated in 2017 is the work of Salomé Gorgiladze who found a way to declare her love for the city by bringing together all of Lisbon. Located on Avenida Brasília on the riverside of the historic district of Belém, with a breathtaking view of the Tagus and the emblematic 25 de Abril suspension bridge, the address brings together three lifestyle universes with the SUD Pool Lounge and its Instagrammable infinity pool; SUD Terazza, a restaurant on two levels offering show cooking and live music; and SUD Lisboa Hall, a world-class event space. Strategically established near the Portuguese “Station F”, the complex is a mix of parties, relaxation, gastronomy, coworking; cosmopolitan by day and sophisticated by night. A UFO that has become The place to be.

Salomé Gorgiladze: “I discovered that Portugal was very progressive on the issue of including women and young people in business, there is not this glass ceiling that we too often feel elsewhere.”

This destination “in the destination” responds in all respects to the ideal carried by the instigator who wanted a place where one could forge ties and live memorable moments with their eyes riveted on the Tagus dominated by this bridge with the air of Golden Gate. The business development director of SANA Hotels Group succeeded in her bet beyond her expectations because SUD Lisboa quickly attracted celebrities such as Cindy Crawford, Michael Fassbender or Ronaldo. And for fans of the Italian Madonna, Monica Bellucci, she comes there regularly with ease. Surprising hybrid place capable of attracting geeks, stars, XXL families, businessmen, locals and influencers from all countries, all guaranteed to have a good epicurean time.

© SUD Lisboa SANA Hotels Group

« When I suggested this idea to the group’s board of directors, I got free rein to develop my project. How many companies in Europe would entrust such human and financial resources to a 20-year-old employee wishing to experiment with a new concept? I was the first surprise to discover that in Portugal we encourage initiative taking so much. We are therefore far from the retrograde image of a country where women are prevented when it comes to business! “, emphasizes Salomé Gorgiladze who has since even landed a position on the Comex of SANA Hotels Group. An anecdote that says a lot about the state of mind palpable in all spheres of society.

The hotel company now has a portfolio of 16 establishments scattered between the Algarve and the capital. Present in Germany and Angola, the Portuguese company also has international ambitions following the winning triptych: location / experiences / services.

© Myriad by SANA

Head to Myriad by SANA Lisbon to get a fair view of this luxury hospitality made in Portugal. At first glance, one is struck by the architecture sketched out like a replica of the Burj Al Arab in Dubai! But make no mistake, the comparison stops there because the real wink of this tower deployed like a futuristic sail echoes the history of Lisbon and its great navigators. Myriad by SANA rises above the waters of the Tagus pointing proudly towards the Vasco da Gama Bridge. Location and design are breathtaking! The building houses 176 rooms and 10 suites, each decorated in black, silver and red tones for a glamorous and cozy effect.

In terms of experiences, the five-star offers tempting offers by satisfying visitors of all stripes: gourmets are invited to the restaurant Fifty Seconds by Martin Berasategui who is none other than the most starred chef in the Iberian Peninsula! This “8* Michelin gentleman” of Basque-Spanish origin holds his rank on the top floor of the Myriad Hotel. Music lovers follow the musical interludes that punctuate the life of the establishment, they also revisit their classics thanks to Annia, a singer with a golden voice from Brazil. And surprise, there is even the piano of the great Elton John at your fingertips in the lobby.

© Myriad by SANA

A flamboyant red piano in the image of the whimsical character. A luxury Sayanna spa on the 23rd floor offers tailor-made treatments to the aesthetes among us. As for the service, it is worthy of the standing of a palace! We therefore come across many high-level foreign delegations within the walls of the hotel.

Recently, the Epic SANA Marquis Lisboa is the newcomer to the group’s galaxy. Its roadmap consists of raising itself to the same standards for an ultra-luxury resort. Located in the Avenida district, one of the most highly rated streets on the planet, the address promises delicious getaways with its cuisine revisiting different terroirs (Italian, Japanese), its rooftop with a devastating view, its elegant design or its spa in collaboration with Aromatherapy Associates inviting us to the confines of the Far East to experience dream parentheses.

© Epic SANA Marquês Lisboa

When you know that spring sets in in February on the peninsula, you can’t resist the iodized appeal of this country and its magnetic capital.

COURT OF LISBO
MAAT, West Pavilion
Avenida Brasilia, Pavilhão Poente

1300-598 Lisbon – Portugal
Tel: +351 21 159 2700

Myriad by SANA
Cais das Naus, Lot 2.21.01
Nations’ park
Lisbon 1990-173 – Portugal
Tel: +351 212 468 688

<<< Also read: The best wines to taste in 2022 >>>

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Entering the world of fitness can seem complicated. Getting into a routine if you’ve never exercised before seems complicated, and setting goals can be a bit daunting, causing some to give up before they’ve even tried. And those who decide to stay often have questions about the fitness process. We decided to answer these questions, which are the same ones that appear in the frequently asked questions compiled by the experts at Reddit Fitness.

How do I choose the right routine for my goals?

Experts say that choosing an exercise program is one of the most complex subjects, especially when starting out, because it is difficult to know who among all the fitness experts is right or who has the best methods. . If you notice that the information sometimes contradicts each other, it is important to exercise caution. What some point out is that effort and consistency over time are more important than the type of routine you choose. It’s also important to remember that workouts can have different effects on different people, so it’s nearly impossible to know what’s best until you’ve tried it. Here it is recommended to try things and see the results they give. If that doesn’t work, move on to another try and if it works, keep the rhythm going and look for other exercises to go with it.

Should I gain weight to have muscle or lose weight?

Some men want to gain muscle, which necessitates gaining weight, others are simply looking to lose weight and gain muscle afterwards or simply to stay at a lighter weight. If you have a slim body but a normal appearance, it can be difficult to decide what you want to achieve. Ultimately, if you’re as muscular as you want but not as skinny, you need to lose weight. If you’re skinny but not muscular enough, you need to gain weight, and if your goal is physical performance, try to avoid losing too much weight.

How can I motivate myself to keep exercising?

Motivation is undoubtedly one of the main problems we encounter when we want to adopt a sports routine. What some recommend is not to think in terms of consistency or discipline, but only in terms of creating a habit. We can start doing physical activity every day or every few days to get a routine and once this new habit is formed it will be easier for us to move on to other routines.

Can I lose fat and build muscle at the same time?

It depends on the relationship between weight and muscle. An overweight person without training will be able to lose fat and build muscle at the same time. A lean person will not achieve this and risks losing muscle while reducing body fat. What is recommended in the first place is to choose between the two options, build muscle or lose fat, and once one of the objectives is achieved, focus on the other.

How should I train to look like an actor or a celebrity?

It’s not uncommon to see the workouts of Keanu Reeves, Chris Hemsworth and others online. However, it is not guaranteed that by following these training programs, your body will react in the same way. As we mentioned, a routine can be different for everyone, and how actors train to achieve a superhero figure is a method in its own right. As we mentioned this is a trial and fail process just ask yourself if you are looking for more muscle or just want to slim down this will be your base to go from before.

I’m not making progress, what can I do?

Once again. As we mentioned, every body is different and it reacts differently to different exercises. If you’re not seeing results, the mistake may be that you’ve opted for a routine that isn’t working for you. Other factors include lack of sleep, stress, health and, of course, diet. Review your meal plan and make changes if necessary.

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Entering the world of fitness can seem complicated. Getting into a routine if you’ve never exercised before seems complicated, and setting goals can be a bit daunting, causing some to give up before they’ve even tried. And those who decide to stay often have questions about the fitness process. We decided to answer these questions, which are the same ones that appear in the frequently asked questions compiled by the experts at Reddit Fitness.

How do I choose the right routine for my goals?

Experts say that choosing an exercise program is one of the most complex subjects, especially when starting out, because it is difficult to know who among all the fitness experts is right or who has the best methods. . If you notice that the information sometimes contradicts each other, it is important to exercise caution. What some point out is that effort and consistency over time are more important than the type of routine you choose. It’s also important to remember that workouts can have different effects on different people, so it’s nearly impossible to know what’s best until you’ve tried it. Here it is recommended to try things and see the results they give. If that doesn’t work, move on to another try and if it works, keep the rhythm going and look for other exercises to go with it.

Should I gain weight to have muscle or lose weight?

Some men want to gain muscle, which necessitates gaining weight, others are simply looking to lose weight and gain muscle afterwards or simply to stay at a lighter weight. If you have a slim body but a normal appearance, it can be difficult to decide what you want to achieve. Ultimately, if you’re as muscular as you want but not as skinny, you need to lose weight. If you’re skinny but not muscular enough, you need to gain weight, and if your goal is physical performance, try to avoid losing too much weight.

How can I motivate myself to keep exercising?

Motivation is undoubtedly one of the main problems we encounter when we want to adopt a sports routine. What some recommend is not to think in terms of consistency or discipline, but only in terms of creating a habit. We can start doing physical activity every day or every few days to get a routine and once this new habit is formed it will be easier for us to move on to other routines.

Can I lose fat and build muscle at the same time?

It depends on the relationship between weight and muscle. An overweight person without training will be able to lose fat and build muscle at the same time. A lean person will not achieve this and risks losing muscle while reducing body fat. What is recommended in the first place is to choose between the two options, build muscle or lose fat, and once one of the objectives is achieved, focus on the other.

How should I train to look like an actor or a celebrity?

It’s not uncommon to see the workouts of Keanu Reeves, Chris Hemsworth and others online. However, it is not guaranteed that by following these training programs, your body will react in the same way. As we mentioned, a routine can be different for everyone, and how actors train to achieve a superhero figure is a method in its own right. As we mentioned this is a trial and fail process just ask yourself if you are looking for more muscle or just want to slim down this will be your base to go from before.

I’m not making progress, what can I do?

Once again. As we mentioned, every body is different and it reacts differently to different exercises. If you’re not seeing results, the mistake may be that you’ve opted for a routine that isn’t working for you. Other factors include lack of sleep, stress, health and, of course, diet. Review your meal plan and make changes if necessary.

Via GQ Mexico and Latin America.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642343589 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Garmin Venu 2 test: the most lifestyle of sports watches drives the point home [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/lifestyle/garmin-venu-2-test-the-most-lifestyle-of-sports-watches-drives-the-point-home/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Peter Crossley ) [pubdate] => Sun, 16 Jan 2022 06:10:19 +0000 [category] => LifestyledrivesGarminhomepointsportsTestVenuWatches [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/lifestyle/garmin-venu-2-test-the-most-lifestyle-of-sports-watches-drives-the-point-home/ [description] => At the end of 2019, the Venu arrived with an original proposal, that of a... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

At the end of 2019, the Venu arrived with an original proposal, that of a sports watch with an AMOLED touch screen embellished with health functions and similar in design to the more connected models. lifestyle, such as Apple Watch, Galaxy Watch and other Huawei Watch. A way to seduce a public of athletes looking for a watch adapted to their activities, all the same elegant and practical on a daily basis.

Launched at 400 €, i.e. 20 € more than its predecessor, the Venu 2 is also available in Venu 2S, more compact (40 mm against 45 mm) and at the same price. For an additional €50, the Venu 2 Plus fits between the two formats (43 mm), but above all gains a microphone and a speaker to manage telephone calls, use voice dictation dedicated to messages and control the voice assistant. of the smartphone.

The Venu 2 largely takes the design of its predecessor and we will not complain about it. Both sober and elegant, it contrasts with the more massive and sometimes convoluted designs of many sports watches. The finish is still of a very good standard with a stainless steel bezel bonded to a reinforced polymer case and encircling a Corning Gorilla 3 reinforced glass dial.

The Garmin Venu 2 connected sports watch.

Although the plastic aspect of the case seems less prestigious than the metal of some watches, this does not affect the comfort or the resistance of the Venu 2.

In silicone, the bracelet sold with the tocante is quite classic, but pleasant to handle and wear. Its 18 holes allow a precise adjustment to the wrist and a metal buckle ensures its locking. A small clip comes to block the end of the bracelet. We appreciate that the 22 mm straps are in the standard watchmaking format, which allows easy changing and a very wide choice.

The Garmin Venu 2: steel bezel on a polymer case, silicone strap.

While the first Venu decided on a 43 mm format supposed to be suitable for all wrist sizes, the Venu 2 opts for 45 mm and is therefore more suitable for large wrists (from 135 to 200 mm). However, Garmin offers the 2S version of its Venue in 40 mm format (from 110 to 175 mm). This second version takes the opportunity to integrate a larger AMOLED panel, this time reaching 1.3 inches (3.3 cm) against 1.2 inches for the Venu. The occupancy rate of the screen compared to the total surface of the facade climbed three points, to 52%. Too bad there is a 3.5mm wide black ring all around, adding to the 2mm of the bezel. A next version without edges would not be refused. Nothing really shocking, however, thanks to the perfect blacks of the AMOLED technology, which thus merge with those of the border.

The Garmin Venu 2 on a wrist of approximately 17 cm in circumference.

We still appreciate the quality of the AMOLED screen which offers excellent contrast, a beautiful display finesse and a satisfactory maximum brightness. However, the latter would benefit from further increasing to ensure sufficient readability in direct sunlight. A sensor is also responsible for adapting the brightness automatically. The various digital dials are thus in the spotlight and those displaying hands are strikingly realistic.

One of the Venu 2’s needle dials.

Connectivity issue, no change: there is a proprietary connector for recharging the watch. Too bad Garmin did not opt ​​for a magnetic connector or wireless charging.

Always tactile, the Amoled screen of the Venu 2 remains its centerpiece. The interface takes full advantage of this, displaying a number of information using bright colors on a perfectly black background that highlights them. In addition to the date and time (digital or analog with hands), of course, the dial can also display other information such as the number of steps taken during the day, the heart rate, the remaining autonomy… The wide choice of dials in principle meets the expectations of the vast majority of users, who will also find others to download via the Garmin Connect app.

To obtain more information on our activities and our health, consult the weather forecast for the day or even access the latest notifications transmitted by the smartphone, you can access a multi-level menu with a simple swipe of the finger on the screen: from top at the bottom to access the beginning of the list and vice versa for the bottom of the list. A little disturbing if you’ve gotten used to the way systems like Google Wear OS and Apple Watch OS work, which instead display their notifications and settings respectively with those same gestures on the screen. But let’s not forget that the Venu 2 is above all a sports watch and therefore logically puts sports data in the spotlight.

The information displayed in the tiered menu.

The Venu 2 interface also uses the two physical buttons on the right side of the watch. Pressing the top one gives access to the activities which are then selected via the touch screen. Pressing the lower one corresponds to the cancel function and return to the previous screen. A long press on these buttons triggers their second function. The top button thus displays a crown of shortcuts for triggering a stopwatch, activating do not disturb mode, locking the watch, controlling music playback, and more. Note also that the Venu 2 has internal memory to store and play music without using the smartphone. A long press on the bottom button gives access to the choice of dial, clocks, history and general settings.

In general, the operating logic is acquired quite easily and the interface is pleasant to use despite a fluidity that is sometimes lacking.

It is possible to pay contactless with Garmin Pay on the Venu 2.

The Venu 2 always synchronizes with the Garmin Connect application which also centralizes many other sports devices of the brand. Very complete, it is organized by tabs, the first grouping together all the information that seems important to us under the heading My day.

The Garmin Connect application, “My day” tab.

The second corresponds to the challenges that we intend to take up to motivate ourselves and confront us with our contacts. Then comes the Calendar tab which gives an overview of our activities of the past days. The last tab displays the latest sports activities of our contacts, which can be commented on and appreciated with a little “like” which is always a pleasure.

Many training programs are also offered.

The various health and activity records provide a large amount of information to analyze and compare. Garmin Connect is one of the richest apps at this level.

Despite its air of connected watch lifestyle, the Venu 2 is no less rich in sensors than other Garmin sports watches: heart rate monitor, GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, compass, barometric altimeter and pulse oximeter (SpO2) are responsible for collecting as much information as possible to increase the relevance of activity analyses.

The small protuberance accommodating the sensors is not awkward on the wrist.

Less focused on health monitoring than some more specialized connected tocantes, the Venu 2 still provides stress and sleep monitoring which we thought was relevant. However, the analyzes have a sporting vocation, in particular to calculate a level of “body battery”, the theoretical energy that one can expend during a day.

Sleep tracking, SpO2 and “body battery”.

A bad night’s sleep and not enough recovery from the previous day, and the watch will advise against engaging in demanding workouts.

Little “get old” during the Christmas period!

We can also organize a whole training program thanks to the Garmin Connect application, the watch then taking care of compiling the data to help us in monitoring our performance and our state of form.

Sleep tracking, with a little admonishment about the late bedtime.

There is good GPS capture with a stable signal and a location that rarely deviates from the actual route. The barometric altimeter is also a plus in terms of the precision of the height difference measurement, complementing the GPS altimetry well. On the other hand, it is necessary to do without navigation, the Garmin Venu 2 still not embedding a base map and not being able to rely on the smartphone for this.

Analysis of a running race.

With regard to the heart rate monitor, same observation, the measurements obtained with the Venu 2 prove to be precise. During a single run at a steady pace, we measure only 0.6% difference compared to the data obtained with our reference Polar H10 chest strap. The difference rises to around 1% during a split race, the curve obtained via Garmin Connect following that of the Polar very well.

Running activity with changes in heart rate. Garmin Venu 2 on top, Polar H10 on bottom.

Announced as much more autonomous than the first Venu of the name, the Venu 2 would be able to operate for up to 11 days in classic connected use and 12 days with energy saving activated. The use of GPS during an activity results for its part in an autonomy of 22 hours at most, dropping to 8 hours if you listen to music at the same time, still according to Garmin.

Our tests are consistent with this data since we exceeded the week of use after each full charge, with the default settings, automatic brightness, three to four sports activities per week and wearing on the wrist H24 (with sleep monitoring). Unless you run for a long time listening to music every day, you can reasonably only worry about charging the watch once a week. A fairly common performance in the world of sports watches, but remarkable in comparison with the autonomy observed with more connected models. lifestyle which often struggle to exceed two days of operation. Be that as it may, endurance enthusiasts will turn to sports watches offering two to three times more autonomy than this Venu 2, which is aimed at a wider and less extreme audience.

The Venu 2 is charged in just 1 hour with the supplied proprietary cable and a conventional smartphone charger.

) [summary] => At the end of 2019, the Venu arrived with an original proposal, that of a... [atom_content] =>

At the end of 2019, the Venu arrived with an original proposal, that of a sports watch with an AMOLED touch screen embellished with health functions and similar in design to the more connected models. lifestyle, such as Apple Watch, Galaxy Watch and other Huawei Watch. A way to seduce a public of athletes looking for a watch adapted to their activities, all the same elegant and practical on a daily basis.

Launched at 400 €, i.e. 20 € more than its predecessor, the Venu 2 is also available in Venu 2S, more compact (40 mm against 45 mm) and at the same price. For an additional €50, the Venu 2 Plus fits between the two formats (43 mm), but above all gains a microphone and a speaker to manage telephone calls, use voice dictation dedicated to messages and control the voice assistant. of the smartphone.

The Venu 2 largely takes the design of its predecessor and we will not complain about it. Both sober and elegant, it contrasts with the more massive and sometimes convoluted designs of many sports watches. The finish is still of a very good standard with a stainless steel bezel bonded to a reinforced polymer case and encircling a Corning Gorilla 3 reinforced glass dial.

The Garmin Venu 2 connected sports watch.

Although the plastic aspect of the case seems less prestigious than the metal of some watches, this does not affect the comfort or the resistance of the Venu 2.

In silicone, the bracelet sold with the tocante is quite classic, but pleasant to handle and wear. Its 18 holes allow a precise adjustment to the wrist and a metal buckle ensures its locking. A small clip comes to block the end of the bracelet. We appreciate that the 22 mm straps are in the standard watchmaking format, which allows easy changing and a very wide choice.

The Garmin Venu 2: steel bezel on a polymer case, silicone strap.

While the first Venu decided on a 43 mm format supposed to be suitable for all wrist sizes, the Venu 2 opts for 45 mm and is therefore more suitable for large wrists (from 135 to 200 mm). However, Garmin offers the 2S version of its Venue in 40 mm format (from 110 to 175 mm). This second version takes the opportunity to integrate a larger AMOLED panel, this time reaching 1.3 inches (3.3 cm) against 1.2 inches for the Venu. The occupancy rate of the screen compared to the total surface of the facade climbed three points, to 52%. Too bad there is a 3.5mm wide black ring all around, adding to the 2mm of the bezel. A next version without edges would not be refused. Nothing really shocking, however, thanks to the perfect blacks of the AMOLED technology, which thus merge with those of the border.

The Garmin Venu 2 on a wrist of approximately 17 cm in circumference.

We still appreciate the quality of the AMOLED screen which offers excellent contrast, a beautiful display finesse and a satisfactory maximum brightness. However, the latter would benefit from further increasing to ensure sufficient readability in direct sunlight. A sensor is also responsible for adapting the brightness automatically. The various digital dials are thus in the spotlight and those displaying hands are strikingly realistic.

One of the Venu 2’s needle dials.

Connectivity issue, no change: there is a proprietary connector for recharging the watch. Too bad Garmin did not opt ​​for a magnetic connector or wireless charging.

Always tactile, the Amoled screen of the Venu 2 remains its centerpiece. The interface takes full advantage of this, displaying a number of information using bright colors on a perfectly black background that highlights them. In addition to the date and time (digital or analog with hands), of course, the dial can also display other information such as the number of steps taken during the day, the heart rate, the remaining autonomy… The wide choice of dials in principle meets the expectations of the vast majority of users, who will also find others to download via the Garmin Connect app.

To obtain more information on our activities and our health, consult the weather forecast for the day or even access the latest notifications transmitted by the smartphone, you can access a multi-level menu with a simple swipe of the finger on the screen: from top at the bottom to access the beginning of the list and vice versa for the bottom of the list. A little disturbing if you’ve gotten used to the way systems like Google Wear OS and Apple Watch OS work, which instead display their notifications and settings respectively with those same gestures on the screen. But let’s not forget that the Venu 2 is above all a sports watch and therefore logically puts sports data in the spotlight.

The information displayed in the tiered menu.

The Venu 2 interface also uses the two physical buttons on the right side of the watch. Pressing the top one gives access to the activities which are then selected via the touch screen. Pressing the lower one corresponds to the cancel function and return to the previous screen. A long press on these buttons triggers their second function. The top button thus displays a crown of shortcuts for triggering a stopwatch, activating do not disturb mode, locking the watch, controlling music playback, and more. Note also that the Venu 2 has internal memory to store and play music without using the smartphone. A long press on the bottom button gives access to the choice of dial, clocks, history and general settings.

In general, the operating logic is acquired quite easily and the interface is pleasant to use despite a fluidity that is sometimes lacking.

It is possible to pay contactless with Garmin Pay on the Venu 2.

The Venu 2 always synchronizes with the Garmin Connect application which also centralizes many other sports devices of the brand. Very complete, it is organized by tabs, the first grouping together all the information that seems important to us under the heading My day.

The Garmin Connect application, “My day” tab.

The second corresponds to the challenges that we intend to take up to motivate ourselves and confront us with our contacts. Then comes the Calendar tab which gives an overview of our activities of the past days. The last tab displays the latest sports activities of our contacts, which can be commented on and appreciated with a little “like” which is always a pleasure.

Many training programs are also offered.

The various health and activity records provide a large amount of information to analyze and compare. Garmin Connect is one of the richest apps at this level.

Despite its air of connected watch lifestyle, the Venu 2 is no less rich in sensors than other Garmin sports watches: heart rate monitor, GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, compass, barometric altimeter and pulse oximeter (SpO2) are responsible for collecting as much information as possible to increase the relevance of activity analyses.

The small protuberance accommodating the sensors is not awkward on the wrist.

Less focused on health monitoring than some more specialized connected tocantes, the Venu 2 still provides stress and sleep monitoring which we thought was relevant. However, the analyzes have a sporting vocation, in particular to calculate a level of “body battery”, the theoretical energy that one can expend during a day.

Sleep tracking, SpO2 and “body battery”.

A bad night’s sleep and not enough recovery from the previous day, and the watch will advise against engaging in demanding workouts.

Little “get old” during the Christmas period!

We can also organize a whole training program thanks to the Garmin Connect application, the watch then taking care of compiling the data to help us in monitoring our performance and our state of form.

Sleep tracking, with a little admonishment about the late bedtime.

There is good GPS capture with a stable signal and a location that rarely deviates from the actual route. The barometric altimeter is also a plus in terms of the precision of the height difference measurement, complementing the GPS altimetry well. On the other hand, it is necessary to do without navigation, the Garmin Venu 2 still not embedding a base map and not being able to rely on the smartphone for this.

Analysis of a running race.

With regard to the heart rate monitor, same observation, the measurements obtained with the Venu 2 prove to be precise. During a single run at a steady pace, we measure only 0.6% difference compared to the data obtained with our reference Polar H10 chest strap. The difference rises to around 1% during a split race, the curve obtained via Garmin Connect following that of the Polar very well.

Running activity with changes in heart rate. Garmin Venu 2 on top, Polar H10 on bottom.

Announced as much more autonomous than the first Venu of the name, the Venu 2 would be able to operate for up to 11 days in classic connected use and 12 days with energy saving activated. The use of GPS during an activity results for its part in an autonomy of 22 hours at most, dropping to 8 hours if you listen to music at the same time, still according to Garmin.

Our tests are consistent with this data since we exceeded the week of use after each full charge, with the default settings, automatic brightness, three to four sports activities per week and wearing on the wrist H24 (with sleep monitoring). Unless you run for a long time listening to music every day, you can reasonably only worry about charging the watch once a week. A fairly common performance in the world of sports watches, but remarkable in comparison with the autonomy observed with more connected models. lifestyle which often struggle to exceed two days of operation. Be that as it may, endurance enthusiasts will turn to sports watches offering two to three times more autonomy than this Venu 2, which is aimed at a wider and less extreme audience.

The Venu 2 is charged in just 1 hour with the supplied proprietary cable and a conventional smartphone charger.

[date_timestamp] => 1642313419 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => IMAGO Iter, a mini but charming Japanese Tiny House of 6.5 m² [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/lifestyle/imago-iter-a-mini-but-charming-japanese-tiny-house-of-6-5-m%c2%b2/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Peter Crossley ) [pubdate] => Sat, 15 Jan 2022 16:11:23 +0000 [category] => LifestylecharmingHouseIMAGOIterJapanesem²miniTiny [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/lifestyle/imago-iter-a-mini-but-charming-japanese-tiny-house-of-6-5-m%c2%b2/ [description] => You may have noticed, if you follow us, that we love to present you with... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

You may have noticed, if you follow us, that we love to present you with tiny-houses from the other side of the world… The rise of these tiny-houses exists in France, but all over the world, these tiny-houses seduce, challenge and give designers original ideas. If, in normal times, the surface of a tiny-house is around 15 m², it is time to reduce the space, with maximum functionality. IMAGO comes to us from Japan, it is a dwelling halfway between the tiny-house and the cabin… In view of its small surface area of ​​6.5 m², it can be transported everywhere, and is more like a cabin on wheels than a tiny-house… But it is really cute and we are going to present it to you a little more in details.

The IMAGO cabin by BESS

BESS is a Japanese company specialist in the construction of wooden houses. They have just presented their brand new design: IMAGO iter, a tiny wooden cabin, mounted on a trailer. Future owners will be able to do what they want with it, such as a rest area, a work area… Or why not, a guest room! Teleworking in the family home is not always easy, with the life that comes alive around the office. These mini-spaces become real havens of peace to work serenely close to the living room!

Backpackers will love it!

According to BESS the manufacturer, “ the hut becomes a journey “! A nice slogan to talk about IMAGO Iter. For them, whether you are leaving for 30 minutes or 30 days, the little cabin is always ready to follow you to allow you to discover the world. This little hut which could also be defined as a caravan Hitches to any vehicle in minutes. With its small size, there is no need for an outsized vehicle to tow it. This may be the solution for your next getaways?

The technical specificities of the IMAGO Iter

The small mobile cabin is made of 70 mm thick cedar wood. Each of its facades has a window to have a view of the world and take advantage of the supply of natural light. As the product is delivered raw, you can then let your imagination and your creativity speak to paint it in your image… Or in a very classic way, it’s up to you! Which, by the way, will make it completely unique!

On the side of the trailer, it benefits from suspension and electromagnetic brakes for perfect stability. The trailer has also been tested by the Japanese Institute of Automotive Research, which has validated the device. With a weight of 2.4 tons, it is much lighter than classic tiny-houses. As for the price, it will still cost between 26,500 and 31,300 € to acquire it. Available in Japan, it is a priori not planned for export… But that could give ideas to French designers, because the principle is just brilliant!

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You may have noticed, if you follow us, that we love to present you with tiny-houses from the other side of the world… The rise of these tiny-houses exists in France, but all over the world, these tiny-houses seduce, challenge and give designers original ideas. If, in normal times, the surface of a tiny-house is around 15 m², it is time to reduce the space, with maximum functionality. IMAGO comes to us from Japan, it is a dwelling halfway between the tiny-house and the cabin… In view of its small surface area of ​​6.5 m², it can be transported everywhere, and is more like a cabin on wheels than a tiny-house… But it is really cute and we are going to present it to you a little more in details.

The IMAGO cabin by BESS

BESS is a Japanese company specialist in the construction of wooden houses. They have just presented their brand new design: IMAGO iter, a tiny wooden cabin, mounted on a trailer. Future owners will be able to do what they want with it, such as a rest area, a work area… Or why not, a guest room! Teleworking in the family home is not always easy, with the life that comes alive around the office. These mini-spaces become real havens of peace to work serenely close to the living room!

Backpackers will love it!

According to BESS the manufacturer, “ the hut becomes a journey “! A nice slogan to talk about IMAGO Iter. For them, whether you are leaving for 30 minutes or 30 days, the little cabin is always ready to follow you to allow you to discover the world. This little hut which could also be defined as a caravan Hitches to any vehicle in minutes. With its small size, there is no need for an outsized vehicle to tow it. This may be the solution for your next getaways?

The technical specificities of the IMAGO Iter

The small mobile cabin is made of 70 mm thick cedar wood. Each of its facades has a window to have a view of the world and take advantage of the supply of natural light. As the product is delivered raw, you can then let your imagination and your creativity speak to paint it in your image… Or in a very classic way, it’s up to you! Which, by the way, will make it completely unique!

On the side of the trailer, it benefits from suspension and electromagnetic brakes for perfect stability. The trailer has also been tested by the Japanese Institute of Automotive Research, which has validated the device. With a weight of 2.4 tons, it is much lighter than classic tiny-houses. As for the price, it will still cost between 26,500 and 31,300 € to acquire it. Available in Japan, it is a priori not planned for export… But that could give ideas to French designers, because the principle is just brilliant!

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Cradle of fruity sweets, the region saw this culinary heritage decline after the Second World War. But traditional confectioners and newcomers are committed to preserving local know-how and revitalizing the sector.

On one side are volcanic soils, steeply sloping down to the south. On the other, the wetlands of the Limagne marshes, a peat bog born from the marriage between a sheet of water and an upwelling of magma. We are in the heart of Auvergne, where two biotopes meet which have historically favored two types of crops: on sloping plots, stone fruit trees; on flat land, beet sugar. It is in this green setting spreading out to the east of Clermont-Ferrand that the art of Auvergne confectionery was born in the 15th century, with its candied fruit and fruit jellies at the top of the gondola. . So many sweets that allow, thanks to the preservative that is sugar, to consume all year round the fruits of the beautiful days.

But after the rural exodus of the interwar period, beet fields and orchards gradually disappeared in favor of more profitable wheat and rapeseed monocultures. This landscape change threatens a culinary heritage in this region now best known to the general public for its cheeses – bleu d’Auvergne in the lead – and its invigorating specialties such as truffade and tripou. However, sugar and fruit are still part of the local identity. “When I was younger, my parents often sent me abroad. I have the memory, at 14, of arriving in England and having with me a box of fruit jellies to offer to the family who welcomed me. This kind of attention

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Cradle of fruity sweets, the region saw this culinary heritage decline after the Second World War. But traditional confectioners and newcomers are committed to preserving local know-how and revitalizing the sector.

On one side are volcanic soils, steeply sloping down to the south. On the other, the wetlands of the Limagne marshes, a peat bog born from the marriage between a sheet of water and an upwelling of magma. We are in the heart of Auvergne, where two biotopes meet which have historically favored two types of crops: on sloping plots, stone fruit trees; on flat land, beet sugar. It is in this green setting spreading out to the east of Clermont-Ferrand that the art of Auvergne confectionery was born in the 15th century, with its candied fruit and fruit jellies at the top of the gondola. . So many sweets that allow, thanks to the preservative that is sugar, to consume all year round the fruits of the beautiful days.

But after the rural exodus of the interwar period, beet fields and orchards gradually disappeared in favor of more profitable wheat and rapeseed monocultures. This landscape change threatens a culinary heritage in this region now best known to the general public for its cheeses – bleu d’Auvergne in the lead – and its invigorating specialties such as truffade and tripou. However, sugar and fruit are still part of the local identity. “When I was younger, my parents often sent me abroad. I have the memory, at 14, of arriving in England and having with me a box of fruit jellies to offer to the family who welcomed me. This kind of attention

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Japanese cuisine – but without pink and green hair

“My passion, at the beginning, was baseball. I was playing really, really well, and I probably could have continued as a professional,” he says. Thanks to the departure of his family to the United States, he found himself in Aspen, Colorado. Mountain, powder, we are here more in the land of sliding than ballparks. For him, it will be snowboarding, at an almost professional level “and even a first French sponsor”. Until this meeting with chef Kenichi Kanada, settled in Colorado in the early 1990s. “He was cool. When I had an accident and wanted to see if I could work with him, he first asked me to shave my head because I had pink and green hair “, seems to smile the chef behind his mask. If learning is not always easy, Akira Back discovers the subtleties of Japanese cuisine, without hesitating to infuse it with his own Korean influences. Seven years later, the boy is at the Bellagio, the famous Las Vegas casino and then, soon, in charge of his own establishment. The Yellowtail then sees Taylor Swift, Eva Longoria, Joe Nonas or even the Olsen sisters parade in front of a beef tataki, a lobster carpaccio and their signature pizza.

L’AB Mushroom Pizza, en version 100% champignons Eringi.

In Paris, America bulogi sauce

But back to dinner. “The chef’s vision is a vision of the world”, explains one of the waiters while bringing the famous AB Truffle Tuna / Eringi Pizza, an ultra-thin pizza that “summarizes the chef’s vision: the raw tone for the Japanese side, the spiciness for the Korean dimension, the wheat tortilla for the American aspect”. All generously garnished with fresh truffles as an echo of the obsessions of the country of Pantagruel. Will follow scallops and kiwi, with truffle and yuzu soy paste, as well as remarkable « Jeju Domi », a roll of sea bream, masago and chojang (a condiment made from fermented soybeans). The beef tacos also play the traveling card, an American version with bulogi sauce, while the beef brisket, cooked at low temperature for 48 hours, acclimatizes the restaurant to a tradition of braised meats that is a little more European. It’s a shared cuisine, which delights both the Mayor and a representative of the Champs-Elysées Committee, not a little proud to see the district regain momentum, both thanks to the hotel dynamism and the arrival of the big luxury brands on a “most beautiful avenue in the world” which really needed it. As for the Austrian General Manager, his expert eye moves discreetly from one plate to another to see if they have indeed been emptied (the answer is: yes). Meanwhile, Akira Back slips through the darkness. After dessert – pomme hakumi ou Shiso Yuko extra costs – there will be no extensions for the reasons we know.

The menu is convincing, the decoration successful, the service excellent. Akira Back looks delighted, the General Manager too. In a few days, the chef will return to Las Vegas, with a special detour, he slips, by the snowy slopes of Montana. The kitchens of the Prince of Wales, as de rigueur in the “hospitality business” of serial-restaurateurs, will then be entrusted to an executive chef reporting directly to the chef. The prices will play the game of experience and opulent quarters: cold starters between €20 and €30, Black Cod with miso at €35, more expensive grilled king crab, signature rolls around €20…

Scallops with kiwi, onion salsa, truffle paste and yuzu soy: a successful score between fondant, tangy, fleshy and crunchy.

Outside, the freezing weather has emptied Avenue George V of passers-by, but opposite, the chandelier in the dining room of the Bulgari penthouse is lit. A luxury car speeds through the night. Long reserved for luxury tourism, the Triangle d’Or gives the impression of starting to beat again at a more Parisian pace. But after all, everyone will tell you: you are never so Parisian as when you come from abroad. You can also read it in the February issue of Vanity Fair.

Akira Back at the Prince de Galles hotel, 33 avenue George V, Paris VIIIth. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Information and reservations: 01 53 23 75 50 and on akirabakparis.com

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Japanese cuisine – but without pink and green hair

“My passion, at the beginning, was baseball. I was playing really, really well, and I probably could have continued as a professional,” he says. Thanks to the departure of his family to the United States, he found himself in Aspen, Colorado. Mountain, powder, we are here more in the land of sliding than ballparks. For him, it will be snowboarding, at an almost professional level “and even a first French sponsor”. Until this meeting with chef Kenichi Kanada, settled in Colorado in the early 1990s. “He was cool. When I had an accident and wanted to see if I could work with him, he first asked me to shave my head because I had pink and green hair “, seems to smile the chef behind his mask. If learning is not always easy, Akira Back discovers the subtleties of Japanese cuisine, without hesitating to infuse it with his own Korean influences. Seven years later, the boy is at the Bellagio, the famous Las Vegas casino and then, soon, in charge of his own establishment. The Yellowtail then sees Taylor Swift, Eva Longoria, Joe Nonas or even the Olsen sisters parade in front of a beef tataki, a lobster carpaccio and their signature pizza.

L’AB Mushroom Pizza, en version 100% champignons Eringi.

In Paris, America bulogi sauce

But back to dinner. “The chef’s vision is a vision of the world”, explains one of the waiters while bringing the famous AB Truffle Tuna / Eringi Pizza, an ultra-thin pizza that “summarizes the chef’s vision: the raw tone for the Japanese side, the spiciness for the Korean dimension, the wheat tortilla for the American aspect”. All generously garnished with fresh truffles as an echo of the obsessions of the country of Pantagruel. Will follow scallops and kiwi, with truffle and yuzu soy paste, as well as remarkable « Jeju Domi », a roll of sea bream, masago and chojang (a condiment made from fermented soybeans). The beef tacos also play the traveling card, an American version with bulogi sauce, while the beef brisket, cooked at low temperature for 48 hours, acclimatizes the restaurant to a tradition of braised meats that is a little more European. It’s a shared cuisine, which delights both the Mayor and a representative of the Champs-Elysées Committee, not a little proud to see the district regain momentum, both thanks to the hotel dynamism and the arrival of the big luxury brands on a “most beautiful avenue in the world” which really needed it. As for the Austrian General Manager, his expert eye moves discreetly from one plate to another to see if they have indeed been emptied (the answer is: yes). Meanwhile, Akira Back slips through the darkness. After dessert – pomme hakumi ou Shiso Yuko extra costs – there will be no extensions for the reasons we know.

The menu is convincing, the decoration successful, the service excellent. Akira Back looks delighted, the General Manager too. In a few days, the chef will return to Las Vegas, with a special detour, he slips, by the snowy slopes of Montana. The kitchens of the Prince of Wales, as de rigueur in the “hospitality business” of serial-restaurateurs, will then be entrusted to an executive chef reporting directly to the chef. The prices will play the game of experience and opulent quarters: cold starters between €20 and €30, Black Cod with miso at €35, more expensive grilled king crab, signature rolls around €20…

Scallops with kiwi, onion salsa, truffle paste and yuzu soy: a successful score between fondant, tangy, fleshy and crunchy.

Outside, the freezing weather has emptied Avenue George V of passers-by, but opposite, the chandelier in the dining room of the Bulgari penthouse is lit. A luxury car speeds through the night. Long reserved for luxury tourism, the Triangle d’Or gives the impression of starting to beat again at a more Parisian pace. But after all, everyone will tell you: you are never so Parisian as when you come from abroad. You can also read it in the February issue of Vanity Fair.

Akira Back at the Prince de Galles hotel, 33 avenue George V, Paris VIIIth. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Information and reservations: 01 53 23 75 50 and on akirabakparis.com

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Do you want to be warm, to have style, and all for cheap? The latest tracksuit released by Lidl is likely to make people jealous!

Lidl continues to surprise everyone! While the brand has succeeded in becoming a stronghold of inexpensive food in Europe, it is now taking on fashion… And his latest tracksuit will be all the rage. MCETV explains everything to you!

Beautiful, chic, and inexpensive

Because a few years ago, no one could have thought that the German brand would become a stronghold of style. But with a few tweaks, the brand started to attract more customers. And for a lot of different reasons.

Truffles, fir trees, organic food, food processors: Lidl has managed to strike wherever nobody expected. And the latest creation of the factories is still likely to surprise. Same fashion fans may have questions.

Indeed, the firm has managed to create a huge buzz with its brand. We think of socks, or sneakers that customers had to tear off … And which, for some pairs, ended up sell very expensive on the internet.

Even though it was just white, red, yellow and blue sneakers, Lidl managed to create a buzz. Quality clothes, inexpensive, and which make customers talk: the brand has found a new niche. And she exploits it thoroughly!

This can be seen with the last tracksuit released by the brand. This time, no colorful adornment, no buzz : just a stylish, understated tracksuit… But that can go anywhere. And even, not just at home.

Lidl: an inexpensive tracksuit

Available in several colors, this tracksuit is part of the “Luxe” range. A well-named range, validated by the magazine She in Spain. The magazine even decides to match it with very different outfits. Because this new product can go everywhere. And with all styles.

Of course, this is a tracksuit. So you can put it on to hang out at your place, warm in its fleece fleece … But you will also be able to go out proudly with your Lidl tracksuit on your shoulders.

The brand has indeed chosen “luxury” as the name of the range for a good reason: it goes with everything. Elle Spain even pushes the vice to wear the white version of the tracksuit, with a long coat and ankle boots. And it matches!

Because Lidl made it simple and efficient. No frills, but a tracksuit with a zipper for the top. A little “luxury” to represent the range at heart level, a funnel neck, some embroidery and you’re done.

For the pants, apart from the tied cord which gives pep, the brand is very sober. What to try several associations. And at that price, you might as well try several colors, too. Because the tracksuit costs only 18 euros in shops !

Something to have fun at a low price. The brand promises it, his tracksuit does “Don’t lose its color, even after several washes ”. Enough to make a small series, to wear without moderation, warm!

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Do you want to be warm, to have style, and all for cheap? The latest tracksuit released by Lidl is likely to make people jealous!

Lidl continues to surprise everyone! While the brand has succeeded in becoming a stronghold of inexpensive food in Europe, it is now taking on fashion… And his latest tracksuit will be all the rage. MCETV explains everything to you!

Beautiful, chic, and inexpensive

Because a few years ago, no one could have thought that the German brand would become a stronghold of style. But with a few tweaks, the brand started to attract more customers. And for a lot of different reasons.

Truffles, fir trees, organic food, food processors: Lidl has managed to strike wherever nobody expected. And the latest creation of the factories is still likely to surprise. Same fashion fans may have questions.

Indeed, the firm has managed to create a huge buzz with its brand. We think of socks, or sneakers that customers had to tear off … And which, for some pairs, ended up sell very expensive on the internet.

Even though it was just white, red, yellow and blue sneakers, Lidl managed to create a buzz. Quality clothes, inexpensive, and which make customers talk: the brand has found a new niche. And she exploits it thoroughly!

This can be seen with the last tracksuit released by the brand. This time, no colorful adornment, no buzz : just a stylish, understated tracksuit… But that can go anywhere. And even, not just at home.

Lidl: an inexpensive tracksuit

Available in several colors, this tracksuit is part of the “Luxe” range. A well-named range, validated by the magazine She in Spain. The magazine even decides to match it with very different outfits. Because this new product can go everywhere. And with all styles.

Of course, this is a tracksuit. So you can put it on to hang out at your place, warm in its fleece fleece … But you will also be able to go out proudly with your Lidl tracksuit on your shoulders.

The brand has indeed chosen “luxury” as the name of the range for a good reason: it goes with everything. Elle Spain even pushes the vice to wear the white version of the tracksuit, with a long coat and ankle boots. And it matches!

Because Lidl made it simple and efficient. No frills, but a tracksuit with a zipper for the top. A little “luxury” to represent the range at heart level, a funnel neck, some embroidery and you’re done.

For the pants, apart from the tied cord which gives pep, the brand is very sober. What to try several associations. And at that price, you might as well try several colors, too. Because the tracksuit costs only 18 euros in shops !

Something to have fun at a low price. The brand promises it, his tracksuit does “Don’t lose its color, even after several washes ”. Enough to make a small series, to wear without moderation, warm!

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Know this, you are more likely to divorce if your friends divorce …

There are a thousand and one reasons to end a relation. It can be because of infidelity, routine, feelings that evaporate … But there is another astonishing criterion which can have an impact on his choice to break up, a factor brought to light thanks to a study published by the Social Science Research Network.

On the same subject

Divorce from others is more influential than we imagine

By analyzing no less than three decades of data on marriage, the divorce and remarriage among 5,000 people, researchers at Brown, San Diego, and Harvard Universities noted that you were 75% more likely (or unlucky) to divorce … if a friend of yours s had just experienced such a mishap. Additionally, people are 147% more likely to separate if they have multiple divorced friends in their social network, compared to people who are married and mostly hang out with friends. married. Faced with what your loved ones are going through, your turn to ask yourself questions, to doubt and become aware of the difficulties that shake your relationship.

But the study doesn’t stop there, it also suggests that while having a divorced loved one can dramatically increase your own risks of breaking up, the impact of social relationships on divorce goes beyond this first circle: if the friend of a friend separates, there is a 33% more chance that this will happen to you too! Having a divorced sibling means you’re 22% more likely to divorce yourself, while having divorced coworkers increases your chances of breaking up with your partner by 50%. Basically, the divorce would be “socially contagious“…

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Know this, you are more likely to divorce if your friends divorce …

There are a thousand and one reasons to end a relation. It can be because of infidelity, routine, feelings that evaporate … But there is another astonishing criterion which can have an impact on his choice to break up, a factor brought to light thanks to a study published by the Social Science Research Network.

On the same subject

Divorce from others is more influential than we imagine

By analyzing no less than three decades of data on marriage, the divorce and remarriage among 5,000 people, researchers at Brown, San Diego, and Harvard Universities noted that you were 75% more likely (or unlucky) to divorce … if a friend of yours s had just experienced such a mishap. Additionally, people are 147% more likely to separate if they have multiple divorced friends in their social network, compared to people who are married and mostly hang out with friends. married. Faced with what your loved ones are going through, your turn to ask yourself questions, to doubt and become aware of the difficulties that shake your relationship.

But the study doesn’t stop there, it also suggests that while having a divorced loved one can dramatically increase your own risks of breaking up, the impact of social relationships on divorce goes beyond this first circle: if the friend of a friend separates, there is a 33% more chance that this will happen to you too! Having a divorced sibling means you’re 22% more likely to divorce yourself, while having divorced coworkers increases your chances of breaking up with your partner by 50%. Basically, the divorce would be “socially contagious“…

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Read also :

Here is the habit which seems quite harmless but which actually kills your couple slowly

Crusher, is that cheating? Here is the answer of a sex therapist, to finally find out where the deception really begins …

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