Welcome to Kinfolk Issue Fifteen, the Entrepreneurs Issue.
Hans Ulrich Obrist, critic, art historian and curator at the Serpentine Galleries in London, tells us how he assembles the objects next to his bed.
In this excerpt from Carl Honoré’s book In Praise of Slowness: Challenging the Cult of Speed, he writes about the benefits of flexible hours and the importance of downtime.
We speak with one of the world’s most respected advocates of the Slow movement—about the way we live, work, eat and communicate.
Our career paths can be filled with plenty of unexpected detours, speed bumps and potholes, and it’s not always easy to decide which route to take. Sometimes it’s best to enjoy the road you’re on as you confidently stride into uncharted territory.
Designed with budding entrepreneurs in mind, our coffee-inspired recipes will give you ideas for other ways to fulfill your daily caffeine consumption.
The world is full of pseudoscience, bad advice and new age self-help jargon. Thankfully the School of Life has refreshed the idea of emotional education.
Alain de Botton is a one-man media empire, best-selling author and a thinker who helps us solve problems using history and culture as a guide.
This tasty dish can be prepared the night before and will provide all the carbohydrates and protein you need to make it through the rest of your workday.
These comforting potato pancakes have traditionally been served during Hanukkah, though latkes have come to represent celebration in all its forms.