Tag: Greek Goddess

Ancient Parthenon Brought to Life as 'Temple of Boom'

Ancient Parthenon Brought to Life as ‘Temple of Boom’

Former ancient temple on Greece’s Athenian Acropolis, the Parthenon, will be brought to life once again this summer in the National Galley of Victoria courtyard in an epic, evocative reimagining.

SOMA+SOUL: The First Clean Greek Skincare

Soma+Soul: The First Clean Greek Skincare

When Elena Koutsoukos’s pappou lost his battle with cancer, his passing brought the family together under sorrowful circumstances. Amongst the colourful stories shared in the celebration of his life, Elena was reminded that her great-grandmother made soap in her village in Megalopoli. So began her quest to obtain her proyiayia’s original recipe, a journey which has culminated in her creation of Soma+Soul, the first clean Greek skincare brand.

Laiik Greek sneaker Artemis

Laiik’s New Greek Sneaker Fit for Artemis

Attention sneakerheads! Made-in-Greece brand Laiik launch their first eco-friendly leather sneaker that’s fit for the goddess Artemis herself. Three years after redefining the classic Greek leather sandal for the modern American and international woman, US-based footwear brand Laiik are expanding their proud Greek craftsmanship into one of the market’s most popular and competitive categories: hand-crafted, leather sneakers.

ancient greek gods artichokes

Artichokes: An Ancient Greek Remedy

Artichokes are a 3,000-year-old detox secret, highly prized over the centuries for its potent medicinal properties. The Ancient Greeks valued this rare, edible blossom that it was known as ‘food for the Gods’ and reserved for the aristocratic alone. Modern research confirms just how right ancient healers were about the medicinal powers of this thorny, armoured vegetable with the sweet, sensual heart.

ancient greek gods artichokes

Artichokes: An Ancient Greek Remedy

Artichokes are a 3,000-year-old detox secret, highly prized over the centuries for its potent medicinal properties. The Ancient Greeks valued this rare, edible blossom that it was known as ‘food for the Gods’ and reserved for the aristocratic alone. Modern research confirms just how right ancient healers were about the medicinal powers of this thorny, armoured vegetable with the sweet, sensual heart.

Ana Mavridis Zoom

Strong Greek Women Inspiring Women: Award-Winning Zoom Real Estate’s Ana Mavridis

Her late Pappou always said, “Χωρίς Άννα δεν Σω” (without Ana I cannot live). Living by the valuable life lessons taught to her by her beloved Pappou helped to make Ana Mavridis, of award winning Zoom Real Estate in Burwood the incredible woman that she is today and her Pappou so proud. On Mother’s Day – a day that we honour the women who have helped others to become the strong and beautiful women that they are today – we tell Ana’s story.