Earthy, understated tones bring an elevated dining atmosphere at @ora.kw in Kuwait.
Adhering to the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi (the acceptance of transience and imperfection), @tzed_architects employs a subtle palette to flush out the accent colours of the food and surrounding artworks.
Visit the link in our bio to discover the design details of this gorgeous space.
"WHY, HOW, and WHAT" is probably the world's simplest idea. This is the golden circle. It is exactly how our brains work.
The golden circle explains why some leaders and organizations are able to inspire where others aren't.
Truly inspired leaders and organizations communicate from inside out. They know WHY they do WHAT they do. And people don't buy what you do, people buy why you do it.
You have to know your WHY. You have to know WHY you do WHAT you do. "Every single person, every single organization on the planet knows what they do. Some know how they do it. But very, very few people or organizations know why they do what they do". says Simon Sinek.
Picnic dinners are fun and free. And they are so sweet for a child's soul. They make a simple meal seem like a luxury without any special ingredients or going anywhere but our yard.
Take time today to nourish your child's soul. Get down on their level and see the world through their eyes. Kick a ball around, build Legos, curl up on the couch and read stories until your voice goes hoarse. These are the things they will remember. These are the things that seem insignificant to us but are the big things to them.
Remember, our children are the most important "things" (that aren't things at all, but tiny little people with all the emotions and feelings of a big person) in life. Cut the clutter. Cut the to-do list. Keep it simple and keep them the priority.