I may apologise for my unnotified absence last week. But too many things got in the way and I allowed myself a few days of vaccation. However, of couse, I tried to attend a couple of events. The most inspiring was probably the one at Unrulyversity, where Dr @
Rhiannon Mac Donnell shared the three most valuable Twitter marketing tips. In retrospective, thank you!
Shopping tip: Random but cool
You better hurry up if you want to attend the shop oppening launch of
Tiger. The Danish brand is supplying customers in 20 countries with most random goods and is now available in our district as well in Old Spitalfields Markets.
Today, they will be handing out Tote Bags containing lovely goodies. Why not? Free.10am. Today. 16 Horner Square, E1 6EW
Nice to have: Your balance
Since the conference
Hacking Happiness, I am constantly on the outlook for good meditation remedies. So in my routined browsing process, I found a space that looks rather promising: the Open Meditation Studio London. Tonight, there are still
20 available spaces for the drop-in-class "Relax and Unwind". £10. 6.30-7.30pm tonight. Unit 8, Chandlery House, 40 Gower's Walk, E1 8BH
Considering my none existing baking skills, I am reviewing last year's disaster every time I was asked to bring a little something to snack to the Christmas gathering. Struggling and messing it up each advent Sunday again, I was hoping to attend a Baking workshop this year. Lack of time permitted this.
YouTube it is then! Rather funny, happy and a little weird = my style!
Stage: Vibration, woman, matter, lust and dance
Are you raising a question on any of the title phrases? A female French artist, Maria Sideri tried to answer them with her dialogue
Vibrant Matter/ La Métachorie. It is based on experiences she has made in Italy and France. Even though the artistic output is not yet widely distributed I recommend it based on my readings on her and the work. £5.7.30pm today. Toynbee Studios 28 Commercial Street E1 6AB