Justinas MačiulisHead of Legal & Finance at Qoorio
USA starting to show some leadership after a while :)
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Gabija GrušaitėAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
True. It's very hard to balance openness, nurturing environment and fast pace decision making, but we have to do our best.
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Benedetta MarchiorelloViolin player
Ahah in the end I still did not start listening to the vacca viola book, I was procrastinating it the whole day. I played cards quite well with mum and I did buy stocks with dad. Then I did do my day 3 of my 5 days yoga challenge where a black girl did speak about face masks made with food. My cousin is really good with them, I never did them and I find still wired and complex the idea even if I am curious on it. What I found fantastic and easy replicable are the spa treatment based upon steamed water, washing up and water with ice cubes. It seems nice and complex at the same time. It is also nice the idea of heating or cooling a towel and using it on the neck or face. Moreover what seems good is the idea of taking two plastic bags, placing in water with ice, dividing it with an elastic band and using it as an eye mask. That seems nice but I would be to scared that the bag gets open or broke and that everything jumps out. Moreover I don’t have materials but I am full of towels and I do have plenty of ice, at least till I move but even in my new home I should have a lot of cold water and that could do unless it heats up too early. Anyway the cold or hot towel should do and even using the steamed water before and the cold water then should be a good idea. For now I will have a nice yogurt with honey, not all over my face but as an afternoon break :)
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