Livre Famille (presque) Zéro Déchet - Ze Guide Un guide pratique, illustré et plein d'humour pour se lancer dans un mode de vie durable qui fait du bien. Le zéro déchet, l'essayer c'est l'adopter ! Réduire ses déchets pour la planète, pour sa santé, pour le porte-monnaie, c’est le moment ! Mais comment s’y prendre ? En marchant dans les pas de Jérémie et Bénédicte. Ce livre, à la fois carnet de bord pas triste, et guide pratique, vous mènera au but en vous épargnant bien des pièges !
uk.businessinsider Paramount Pictures One of the most frequent questions I get asked on Twitter is: What books should I read if I want to work on Wall Street? Mention Ayn Rand or Sun Tzu and you’re likely to elicit the NSFW version of the eye roll. And forget about Machiavelli. Bernard Heidsieck Track 1 From the LP Futura Poesia Sonora (Cramps Records, Milan) Track 2 from the LP Fylkingen Sound Text Festival: 10 Years Track 3 from the LP Dial-a-Poem Poets: Big Ego (Giorno Poetry Systems) Track 4 from the LP Le Corridor blue (Nimes, 2001) Track 5 from the LP Dial-a-Poem Poets: Totally Corrupt (Giorno Poetry Systems) Track 6 from OU 20-21 Christo’s Newest Project: Walking on Water PILZONE, Italy — It was a long-held dream, but finally, this week, the conceptual artist walked on water. On Thursday, he tried out his latest project, “The Floating Piers,” a walkway stretching three kilometers, or nearly two miles, that connects two small islands in Lake Iseo, in ’s Lombardy region, to each other and to the mainland. Christo stepped out on the floating walkway of puckered yellow-orange nylon fabric, designed to change color according to the time of the day and the weather. On Thursday, it was pockmarked with bright orange blotches left by footsteps treading on the rain-drenched fabric. Video “It’s actually very painterly, like an abstract painting, but it will change all the time,” Christo, 81, a Bulgarian-born American, said of his project.
Ebooks libres et gratuits Can Reading Make You Happier? Several years ago, I was given as a gift a remote session with a bibliotherapist at the London headquarters of the School of Life, which offers innovative courses to help people deal with the daily emotional challenges of existence. I have to admit that at first I didn’t really like the idea of being given a reading “prescription.” I’ve generally preferred to mimic Virginia Woolf’s passionate commitment to serendipity in my personal reading discoveries, delighting not only in the books themselves but in the randomly meaningful nature of how I came upon them (on the bus after a breakup, in a backpackers’ hostel in Damascus, or in the dark library stacks at graduate school, while browsing instead of studying). But the session was a gift, and I found myself unexpectedly enjoying the initial questionnaire about my reading habits that the bibliotherapist, Ella Berthoud, sent me. Bibliotherapy is a very broad term for the ancient practice of encouraging reading for therapeutic effect.
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