Personal Development

Personal Development

First World War centenary in the Brussels region

Last October, the Brussels Government launched a call for projects to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. In view of the success...

Personal investment opportunities in 2016

After the worst start of the year for the stock markets for a long time, Dave Deruytter wonders what to expect next. Falling share indices...

Pilates: Reform your fitness

Orsolya Nagyistok, Personal Trainer at Aspria, explains what the Pilates Reformer is and its fitness benefits. Most people haven’t heard of Pilates machines and those...

Less power for the monarchy?

Following the announcement from the Palace, the politicians were quick to launch into the debate. The Flemish nationalists (N-VA) immediately told parliament that King...

Tricothon: Knit a hat for a smoothie

1.6 million people are on in five children in Belgium live below the poverty line. Poverty is also often synonymous with social exclusion. It...

Preparing for an endurance run — the smart way

You've signed up for an endurance run. Congratulations! You'll soon be strapping running shoes to your feet and stepping up to the starting line...

Philosophy: Reflecting on our mortality

Philosophy fan Gemma Rose contemplates death… in a good way. Probably just a couple of inches from my desk, there is about a 50-metre drop....

Personal development: Setting goals

Not too long ago, the self-help world was taken by storm by the book The Secret, by Rhonda Byrne: selling 19 million copies, grossing...

How to approach keeping fit

Nowadays, busy lifestyles and an increasing external focus on healthy living have a major impact on our approach to fitness. There’s plenty of thinking behind...

Charity at Christmas and all year round

Paul Morris talks to two Belgian organizations at the forefront of helping people in distress. One of the main players in Belgian aid services is...
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