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Students, art, mathematics

During the last teaching day before the long-awaited summer holiday, more than 50 students and the teachers participated in a graceful morning. The colorful and varied programs – hosted by the House of Science and Tecniques in Kecskemét – brought people’s logic and imagination into the workshops and to the tables. Among logical games from different parts of the world we also brought our caraWonga mosaic stickers to the event.


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Faces of Home – Modern Style

It is definitely one of the most popular interior design styles, its name indicates its character was tailored to the needs of contemporary people. Modern style is the first in our articles series Faces of Home. (more…)

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5 tips on how to reduce our ecological footprint

Nature needs time to regenerate, renew and clean itself. If humanity stays within the 1,7 hectare ecological footprint, these processes will provide us with the conditions necessary for life. If we outgrow this, we are taking away food from tomorrow’s pantry and our children, leaving them nothing but an Earth drowning in garbage and oil. One person’s ecological footprint in Qatar 12,6 hectare, in the USA 7,99 hectare, in Austria, 5.44 hectare. There are some who think by taking their needs to a smaller level, their standard of living will decline. However, this is not true. Here are 5 really helpful tips on how can we live more happy with a lesser ecological footprint.  (more…)

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Is it really worth slowing down? – Thoughts about slow life

For a lot of people the answer is clear, though it is probably not uniform, yes or no depends on the person answering. Yoga enthusiasts are nodding, those obsessed with work are shaking their head. One thing is certain though, we live fast. People of this age are characterised by global overwork, wasted wealth, loneliness enveloped in the likes of hundreds or thousands of friends and irresponsible behavior toward our environment. Posing as an alternative and as protest is the slow life movement. Since 1986, when journalist Carlo Petrini has founded the conceptual and spiritual basis of the movement by protesting – the movement has been gaining more popularity. People, small enterprises, companies and even whole cities have embraced this proactive and forward-thinking approach.   (more…)

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