Maps On Maps On Maps

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According to this map by Martin Prosperity Institute, London, Tokyo, and Singapore are the top favored cities for the .002 percent– who by the way, have balances of $30 million or more in net assets.

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Maps On Maps On Maps

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There have been many proposed subway lines in NYC that were never built, as well as stations that were taken out of service. Check out this fun interactive map on 6sqft of everything that could’ve been.

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Self Love Friday, Every Day

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Mind – Dan Harris’ personal journey and take on meditation in 10% Happier is refreshing, relatable and useful. He makes a pretty compelling case for making the time/space for a daily practice – even if it’s just a few minutes each day.

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Self Love Friday, Every Day

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Body – The lovely ladies behind Sakara Life are on to something – uber healthy, supremely delicious plant-based food delivered straight to your door. The best remedy for the over-worked, on-the-go New Yorker who’d otherwise be lost in a sea of takeout.

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Self Love Friday, Every Day

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Spirit – Intentional indulgence is most definitely a part of our personal self love mantra. The raw hot cacao with homemade almond milk from The Butcher’s Daughter in Nolita is shared obsession (the most rich, delicious hot chocolate ever) or, when we’re lucky enough to find ourselves out in L.A., the ‘I am Immortal’ tonic at Cafe Gratitude in Venice Beach is a must.

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Peoples And Cultures

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There are some answers that come to you and others you have to seek to find.

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Peoples And Cultures

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New opportunities, cultural experiences and possibilities. A dream of mine come true.

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Peoples And Cultures

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Discover the story of indigenous Australian basketball player Patty Mills and his rise in the NBA.

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It’s National Robotics Week!

2745 1main Its National Robotics Week!

British Pathé’s collection of 20th century film clips, Robots & Futurism, highlights what we humans hoped technology would do for us then: light cigarettes, open doors, and mow the lawn.

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It’s National Robotics Week!

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In Tinybop’s new app, The Robot Factory, kids create the robots of the future. During play-testing at Tinybop HQ, kids built robots that do homework, live in hotels, help people, and like to party.

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