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Rowing: Harmony, Balance & Rhythm
Ry Hills is the founder and co-director of Megunticook Rowing. She shares her love of rowing: an eco-friendly, life-long activity that nurtures a healthy body through the use of all major muscle groups. It is an activity that not only provides the benefits of physical fitness, but also builds friendship, sportsmanship, discipline, fun, teamwork, and camaraderie.
Balance in the Life of An Architect
BY MICHAEL PFEFFER
@ AIA 2014 CONVENTION
ON JUN 26, 2014
Mike Pfeffer, AIA Chicago member and winner of the 2014 national AIA Young Architect Award, has spent almost three months in the air flying between Chicago and China in the past six years. He talks about what this entails in his job as Managing Director of SOM in Chicago.
"Presentation of the Day" on August 19, 2014.
My life as a Side Hustler
BY JUDY CHANG
@ VOL 10
ON JAN 22, 2016
A blender of ideas and roles, Judy Chang is a data storyteller by day and life coach by night. Her talk explores how her outlook on life changed when she decided there was more than one way to answer the question “what do I want to be when I grow up”?
How to Bond
BY CHANTHAL MUIJRERS
@ VOL 30
ON JUN 13, 2016
There's a broad upcoming sense that in our daily, busy life making a true connection with another person is not that easy. We feed ourselves with a spectacular variety of social activities that are maybe not that social at all, when we take a closer look. Chanthal Muijrers' approach is refreshingly motivating, combining her clients talents and social skills to empower them.
The Energy of Well Being - A New Framework for Life Balance
BY LYNNE STEWART
@ VOL 17
ON NOV 24, 2017
Lynne Stewart’s new framework for life balance is grounded on the pillars of a balanced, well-rounded life and the impact of energy on our well-being. Lynne highlights that life balance can be achieved through blending individual components and workplace components such as strategy for eating, strategy for sleeping, and strategy for playing to motivation and strategic decision making.
Balancing Work and Life: The Founding of a Co-Working Space
BY STELLA CHEUNG BOYLAND
@ VOL 45
ON MAY 08, 2018
Andrea and Stella met in architecture school and later developed a co-working space that enables them and others to achieve the best work-life balance. Follow their journey and hear their insights into work, family, and happiness.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
A Life as a Luthier
Let Anton Varela guide through "A Life as a Luthier," a presentation given at last July's PechaKucha Night in Ferrol Vol. 2. The presentation is in Galician, but the images alone do tell a great tale.
Water for Life
We're going to end this week's postings on the blog with two new presentations on the site, both recorded at PechaKucha Night in London Vol. 4. First up is Simon Taylor and his presentation that covers the exhibition he designed for the "Water for Life" project, in the building you see pictured in the above photo.
Houdini's Charmed Life
Charles Greene III speaks on the most famous magician of all time: Harry Houdini. He goes into depth on Houdini's life, illusions, accomplishments, and the escape art that catipulted him to worldwide fame. In "Houdini's Charmed Life" from PKN Bemidji Vol. 19, Charles shows us how -- like Harry Houdini -- we may escape from life's restraints and confined spaces, and become true escapologists.
Life on the Pole
"If it involves hanging upside down while trying to make my body imitate a pretzel, I'm into it." Darci Thabes loves the acrobatic sport of pole dancing. In "Life on the Pole" from PKN Bemidji Vol. 19, Darci talkes about what the life of a recreational pole dancer is like, and we find that even those who have been practicing pole for years are still learning new moves.
Balance in the Life of an Architect
84 days on an airplane. Buying Ferraris after lunch. The life of one architect. Mike Pfeffer, AIA Chicago member and winner of the 2014 national AIA Young Architect Award, has spent almost three months in the air flying between Chicago and China in the past six years. In "Balance in the Life of an Architect" from a special 2014 AIA Convention edition of PKN Chicago, Mike talks about what this entails in his job as Managing Director of SOM in Chicago.
Fire & Sky & Life
“At the end of their lives, these stars celebrated their achievements by hurling life-giving elements into space, in a gently expanding display of intense, nebula beauty.” Retired Professor of Astronomy from the University of Hawaii Gareth Wynn-Williams speaks about the stars and the universe. In “Fire & Sky & Life” from PKN Honolulu Vol. 22, Gareth shows us what 34 years of fantastic astronomy lectures results in.
When Life Gives You Lemons
“Even if the lemons are really big, and really sour…” Nadine Boesten tells the inspiring story of how epileptic stress-induced seizures have affected her life in both negative and positive manners. In "When Life Gives You Lemons" from PKN Maastricht Vol. 26, she shows us how to turn a journey of despair into hope; 'how to turn lemons into lemonade.'
The Best Things in Life are Cheap!
"Our mission is to dispel this myth that Tokyo is this crazy expensive place." In The Best Things in Life are Cheap! from Tokyo Vol 125, tech entrepreneur Chris Kirkland shares how from humble beginnings, his website, Tokyo Cheapo, a travel and culture guide dedicated to life in Japan on a budget, has grown to a monthly readership over 150,000. From getting to and fro, to staying in rock-bottom-priced accommodation, even to finding love, Tokyo Cheapo covers it all on life in Tokyo on the cheap!Enjoy!
Different Rhythm of Life
"With a global trend towards simple life style, there is an undeniable need to just slow down and rethink our priorities and regain our connection with nature." In Different Rhythm of Life from PKN Tokyo Vol. 135, entrepreneur Asako Hibi shares about Tabica, a collaborative consumption service that enables farmers and artisans in rural areas of Japan to connect with those looking for off-the-guidebook experiences. Tabica advocates simple, sustainable lifestyle and wants to support the repopulation and development of local communities throughout Japan.
A Life in the Making
Carl Bass began building, making from a very young age with erector sets. This snowballed as he grew. He later moved on to making things out of wood. Now he's devoted to making tools that help people to develop creations of their own. In A Life in the Making from Tokyo Vol. 108, he explains all.