About Sofia Papadima, LL.B.

Sofia has a bachelor degree in law. She is moonlighting as a writer and aspiring to one day gather enough experiences and turn them into ink and paper. The intricacies of the human mind and its peculiar ways have always fascinated her and urged her to explore more, not only the human mind but humans and humanity as a whole, hopefully leading her to interesting findings. Sofia is a literature, music and movie geek to boot.

10 Amazing Hotels Across the World That Will Blow You Away

By |2020-04-22T15:12:16+03:00July 29th, 2015|Categories: Design, Travel|Tags: , , , |

These amazing hotels listed below are unlike any other, scattered across the world. Hotels are curious establishments. They have a certain creepiness, all these uniform rooms and too neatly made beds, that you know have been used time and time before, by hundreds of people with their own stories. At the same time, they provide a sort of anonymity that we all seek sometimes. Most of all, they are seen as practical places, sometimes more or less luxurious, but still practical nonetheless. Nobody really thinks

Someone Transformed This Tree Stump Into a Fancy Hobbit House

By |2019-06-16T22:49:27+03:00July 10th, 2015|Categories: Home Improvement & DIY|Tags: |

Do you remember those awesome hobbit houses from The Lord of the Rings? It seems that someone has built a sort of hobbit house on a Canadian island. The Haida Gwaii, translated into “the islands of the Haida people”, previously known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, is located on the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Apart from the abundant wildlife and the Haida people (indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast), the islands are also home to insanely large trees. Trees that leave behind

This Revolutionary Throw-and-Shoot Camera Drone Will Capture You While Flying Behind You

By |2019-06-16T14:51:53+03:00July 5th, 2015|Categories: Science & Technology|Tags: , , |

Meet Lily, the newest tech gadget to combine two rising trends and bring them together in a revolutionary new creation. It's not a bird. It's not a plane. It is a camera drone. Lily can fly, follow the user around, and record them. Its difference from most camera drone gadgets is that it doesn't require manual control from the user, but relies on computer vision technology and GPS to recognize and track the user. Creator Antoine Balaresque states: “We designed it as a camera, and

This Man Transformed Old Boeing-727 into an Awesome House in the Woods!

By |2020-01-31T23:36:08+03:00June 6th, 2015|Categories: Home Improvement & DIY, Inspirational, Lifestyle|Tags: , , |

In the late 90's, electrical engineer Bruce Campbell spent approximately $100,000 for an aircraft. The Boeing 727 was used, scrapped of valuable parts, and destined to become a project spanning decades and costing more than $200K. In Campbell's opinion, the retired jetliner would be an ideal home, much better than the conventional “stick homes” that most of us live in. The aircraft is less fragile, Bruce claims in his blog, more secure, and much easier to maintain and keep clean. Dust and insects are

This Invention Will Help Millions of Poor Children Around The World

By |2020-02-10T22:56:51+03:00May 4th, 2015|Categories: Life Hacks, Lifestyle, Science & Technology|Tags: , , , |

There are millions of children around the world that have no shoes to wear, or whose shoes don't fit them. The result is going barefoot, and susceptible to injuries as well as parasites that can be sustained by the feet. Even if shoes are donated in bulk, over time the feet outgrow them, much faster so in the case of children, who are constantly developing and growing. That's when a simple guy named Kenton Lee had an idea, having had no previous experience or

This Robot Chef That Can Cook 2,000 Meals Will Be Available In 2017

By |2019-06-16T14:48:16+03:00April 27th, 2015|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Science & Technology|Tags: , |

What if you were told that in about two years, you could have a robot chef cooking for you? You would probably imagine a droid looking machine with a little chef hat on its head. That's not quite what Moley Robotics, the company who is developing this new technological leap, has accomplished. Moley Robotics has developed a pair of high-tech robotic arms (destined to be built into the appropriate kitchen). By the time they hit the market, the robotic arms will be able to make

Son Doong Cave: A Hidden World

By |2019-06-16T14:08:31+03:00April 15th, 2015|Categories: Environment & Planet|Tags: , , |

It was a normal day in 1991 when a local farmer in the Bo Trach district of the Quang Binh province in Vietnam heard a strange sound near where he was walking. It sounded like a flowing stream and whistling wind. It was hard to figure out where the sound came from, and even more astoundingly, it seemed, after some inspection, to be coming from an opening in the ground. It turned out to be the largest cave in the world, with a history of two

Top 10 American Suburbs to Live in

By |2020-01-31T23:44:02+03:00March 20th, 2015|Categories: Lifestyle, Travel|Tags: , , , , |

Starting a family life is a big event for those who decide to do so. It makes sense then, that young people looking to settle down and live the American Dream would want only the best for themselves and their families. Taking this into consideration, a list of the top 10 American suburbs to live in has been compiled. The list factors in the population, distance from the nearest urban area, poverty and crime rates, commuting time, school ratings, and of course, housing affordability. As