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Putting off a big project? Before you can stop procrastinating, you need to figure out why you’re doing it. Most people procrastinate for one of three reasons: perfectionism, emotional avoidance, or fear. Do something small toward your goal each day. Little steps and you’ll get there. Unless of course you’re planning to walk around the world, if that’s the case maybe get a move on.
Running from the 1st February to the 30th April, our 90 Days of Wellness is a daily nudge designed to help you feel better both inside and out. Join us for the journey on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
Welcome to a place where running a bath is more important than running a marathon. Where watching cat videos can improve your health, and making friends with salad comes before making friends on Facebook. Welcome to 90 Days of Wellness with Rogerseller, a daily nudge designed to help you feel better both inside and out.
And if you need even more perking up, we’ve gone around the world to bring you the most extraordinary ideas, people and products dedicated to the Art of Wellness. Look out for these amazing stories throughout the coming months!
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Rogerseller’s 90 Days of Wellness runs from the 1st February until 30th April.
Daniela Fantini is passionate about how water, as a vital human resource, can change the future of a country. 100 Fontane: Fantini for Africa is a personal project dedicated to improving the wellbeing of the men, women and children of Burundi.
Burundi is one of the poorest countries on the planet, with around 8 million inhabitants, 68% of who live below the poverty threshold. The population is primarily of the Hutu and Tutsi ethnicities, who after many years embroiled in civil war, now undertake the huge challenge of reconstructing the social and economic fabric of its society.
The new Via Veneto Vetro collection by Falper, with a unique soft-touch satin glass bench top, reinvents the timeless sophistication of the existing Via Veneto range.
Vetro is a new release of the Via Veneto collection which adds a unique satin glass top with integrated washbasins to the existing oak cabinetry. The cabinetry containing spacious, fully-opening drawers featuring milled pocket hands – a stunning, timeless characteristic.
The range is available in varying lengths, with single or double bowl and a choice of 16 timber veneer finishes with internal draws in matching timber veneer. The integrated 10mm satin glass top and bowl(s) is available in 6 colours.
To complement the integrated cabinets the range includes a timber framed wall mirror (3 size options) and a self-supporting floor mirror.
The Via Veneto Vetro range will be available exclusively at Rogerseller in February 2013.
It can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate and inspire, suppress and even surprise. Colour is one of the essential building blocks of design and also the inspiration for a new art collaboration currently on display at Rogerseller showrooms across the country.