An interview with Esther Perel From the New Yorker Festival, the couples therapist and podcast host discusses infidelity, apologies, and the problem with wedding vows these days. THE PSYCHOTHERAPIST ESTHER Perel knows how to work a room. Since the publication of her first book, “Mating in Captivity” in 2006, she has travelled
WHEN EUROPEANS FIRST arrived in the Canberra area, it was said that the open hillsides glowed yellow with yam daisy flowers — a delicious indigenous staple food. This little yellow-flowered plant looks remarkably similar to a dandelion, but up close it is quite different. Sadly today yam daisies are quite hard
Severe droughts and extreme heat threaten to deplete barley yields, making beer rarer and more expensive, an international study has shown. Depending on severity of the weather, yield losses are expected to be between 3 and 17 percent, but the authors expect this will mean crops are prioritised for essential goods
Japan’s ‘zero waste town’ is so good at recycling that it is attracting foreign visitors Residents of Kamikatsu diligently sort their waste into 45 different categories so it can be recycled, reused or composted. YOUTUBE: How this town produces no trash. > Read the related article here. This is how the Carter family from
PERFORMED BY DINGOES Breakfast in support of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, currently being decimated by the NSW government. https://youtu.be/0oZfm_XN6Qc Listen, Like, Share, Comment – then listen again! Thanks for your support. — Park Watch NSW > See NSW State Budget 2018: Regional impacts.