Before talking about innovation, let’s spend time on what the Diabetes is, first! I found 2 greats videos: one from CDC and another from Diabetes UK that provideyou info about the disease and its main types in less than 3 minutes. People with diabetes suffer from problems managing blood sugar levels that stem from theirContinue reading “Diabetes: What are the last news?”
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Leadership as Theme of International Women’s day 2021!
The 2021 UN theme for International Women’s Day is “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”. It will highlight the impact women worldwide had as health care workers, caregivers, innovators and community organizers during the pandemic. This article about the world economic forum provides some of today’s highlights like: women stillContinue reading “Leadership as Theme of International Women’s day 2021!”
Hamantaschen cookies! a whole history behind the scenes !
While Jews celebrated the Holiday of Purim last week, this is the occasion to cook, and also learn from History. Cooking is also a great way to engage kids as there is always something fun to share. The Jewish Holiday of Purim celebrates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman (one of the oldContinue reading “Hamantaschen cookies! a whole history behind the scenes !”
🇸🇴 Digaag Kumbe, a Somali delish!🇸🇴
While browsing the website bonapettit.com, I came across a Somali recipe, the Digaag Kumbe (Chicken Stew with Yogurt and Coconut). The name intrigued me so I decided to try this flavorful dish. But, as I like to know the origins of everything, I encourage you to watch Hawa Hassan giving an introduction of spice trade’sContinue reading “🇸🇴 Digaag Kumbe, a Somali delish!🇸🇴”
The intelligence of the Cephalopods!
We couldn’t change the name of this site (ThinkerSquid) without having a post on the cephalopods. We selected two recent articles to understand better the brain’s of squids! The first article is from sciencealert.com that provides some information of its complexity (depicting their brain as complex as dog’s brain) The second article is from ScienceContinue reading “The intelligence of the Cephalopods!”
🇸🇪 The very surprising Stockholm City Hall with a mix of blue and gold ! 🇸🇪
If you are stopping by Stockholm, Sweden, take a tour at the City Hall. We had a fantastic experience and I was not expecting this at all when we booked our tour online. The city hall can be seen from very far as this is a very tall building. It was built in 12 yearsContinue reading “🇸🇪 The very surprising Stockholm City Hall with a mix of blue and gold ! 🇸🇪”
The art of saying “NO”!
From a young age, we have been taught to accept a lot of things from others by convenience or politeness. Then, the more we grow, the more we have to take complex decisions that can impact your personal or your work life. But, there are always some situations where we accept things by default toContinue reading “The art of saying “NO”!”
A great discussion about Data Operations.
Last week, I had the opportunity to do a sit down with James Canosa from Stott and May, a company that provides intelligent executive recruitment for organizations across the UK, Europe and North America. We had conversation around data operations and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) in general. To be honest, I had the experience in providingContinue reading “A great discussion about Data Operations.”
Pavlova? An unexpected origin!
Over the weekend, I prepared a pavlova with mixed berries (I tried with raspberries and blueberries). For the ones who love meringue, this is the ideal dessert. But you have to be very patient as you need at least 4 hours of preparation (to cook a large meringue, it takes approximately 2 hours and 30Continue reading “Pavlova? An unexpected origin!”
Feeling the loneliness during the pandemic!
The pandemic has definitely impacted many lives around the world: many families have suffered by handling death and bereavement or by having a direct impact on their own health/well-being. I was lucky to not have been affected to closely but this pandemic has shaken up our lives by the cancellation of many family reunions thatContinue reading “Feeling the loneliness during the pandemic!”