Melinda Bor


The other face of … flea markets

We all know it has to be done from time to time, even though it’s quite hard for some and results in anxiety attacks for others. It can be painful. Unnerving. It may involve tears. But it’s also healthy – and in some cases (Hey there, hoarders!) even necessary. You […]


The Power of Taking Time Off

With the Christmas holidays coming up, lots of people are looking forward to having a little bit of time off to recharge their batteries, get their head out of the game for a little while and hopefully come back to whatever it is they are pursuing full of energy and […]


Beware of Limitless Brain Gain

In the movie “Limitless” from 2011, Bradley Cooper plays an author suffering from writer’s block who gets his hands on a cognitive-enhancing drug, thus making him able to learn far more quicker and remember things from his distant past. As a consequence, he becomes rich, powerful and even gets the girl […]


A few more things to expect at TEDxVienna 2013

Only a few more weeks to go before the TEDxVienna UnlimiTED conference, which is why it’s important to not only talk about the last of the great selection of speakers who will be in Vienna on November 2 but also introduce some of the amazing interactive experiences that will accompany this year’s […]


Why 30 Is Not The New 20 By Meg Jay

Millenials. Generation Y. The Me Me Me Generation. These names generally refer to people who were born between 1980 and the early 2000s, who are further characterized by their open-mindedness, familiarity with digital media and technology, as well as their disinterest in politics, according to several international youth studies.