Happy Easter! After cold and dark – hope arrives

Happy Easter to all of The Digital Teacup followers! It has been an eventful season, and the weather in Finland keeps giving us surprises each day. Today was beautiful and sunny. During the weekend we spotted some snowflakes again. But our bicycles are out and we're getting on the road again. (Well, of course, some of the brave Finns never stopped cycling - the tires just got a whole lot bigger!)

“Our core values should help us stand out in the world – “

Life Inspired by Nature  "Our core values should help us stand out in the world - and yet, integrate us with the beauty it has to offer." Maria Lehtman In a world full of uncertainty there is still a hope that comes from everyday connections. People who continue to inspire us and be inspired. Despite the numerous … Continue reading “Our core values should help us stand out in the world – “

“You choose the weather in social media – Let the Sun shine”

“You choose the weather in social media - Let the Sun shine” ~ Maria Lehtman Social media is a place where we can be genuine about who we are - in many aspects of our personality. We can empower people, encourage right behaviors - share inspiration, advice, success stories, challenges... Ultimately it all comes back … Continue reading “You choose the weather in social media – Let the Sun shine”

When Oceans Collide – Water and Population Growth

"A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man.” On a global basis, the consumption of water goes first and foremost to agriculture: 70%, and thereafter 20% to industries and 10% for domestic use. The alarming factor is that freshwater consumption has tripled over the last 50 years. The demand is growing 64 billion cubic meters a year. Where are the trends taking us? @LehtmanMaria

It’s all about kindness!

Happy International Women's Day! It's all about kindness! "A woman is like a teabag - you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." ~Eleanor Roosevelt #quotes #women #tea #EleanorRoosevelt