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While summer always brings dreams of weekend or whole-weeks getaways, the urge to get the hell out of town has never been stronger since the pandemic restrictions finally started to ease. But the age-old question remains: where, exactly, should I go. Do you have already decided where you would like to enjoy some sunny days?

Regardless of your choice of destination, at Cor quo vado we believe in the importance of summer vocations.

Vocations are not a luxury, they are a necessity and are good not only for our mood but also for our health.

Discover 5 evidences of the importance of vacations:

  1. Vacations have the potential to break the stress cycle. After the holidays we are better able to face the demands of the world.

  2. Vacations improve general health and well-being general health status like humor, blood pressure, energy level, fatigue and life satisfaction.

  3. Vacations contribute to increased productivity at work.

  4. The change of pace imposed by the holidays contributes to the increase of creativity.

  5. Family vacations contribute positively to family bonding, communication and solidarity. They promote growing and lasting family connections.

Vacations is an important predictor of our well-being, life satisfaction, health, work engagement, creativity and even marital satisfaction, that’s why we wish you a beautiful summer, full of health and good vibes.

Cor quo vado is a simple way to feel free, elegant and beautiful. Inspired by the joy of life of the contemporary and demanding woman.

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The scarf has long been a wardrobe staple. It was already playing its role as an accessory in the heads of the ever-elegant queens of ancient Egypt before it made its debut in Hollywood. In the golden age of cinema, it became a wild card for Audrey Hepburn, and it wasn't long before luxury brands also fell under the spell of scarves by tying them around the necks of models, or wearing them on their heads.

Now celebrities, influencers and the web seem to be embracing the scarf look.

And the reason is clear: whether it's the scarf or the scarf itself, it's a trend that's everywhere at the moment.

And the reason is clear: whether it's to look chic or to hide a bad hairstyle, scarves are the right choice. In some cases, they even turn into clothes, like little sleeveless blouses. Blouses made from scarves are the bold new sensation of the season. It's an unusual but stylish way to complete your look.

Cor quo vado also embraced this trend and we even completed our looks with a chain.

This is exactly why the scarf remains a wild card: it is a flexible, easy and super fashionable accessory. Be creative - use and over-use our scarves

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The relationship between nature and mental health has gained increasing prominence among the scientific community. And no wonder: several studies have shown that exposure to nature can bring enormous benefits to people, especially those who live in large urban centers.

Besides, spending time in green spaces or incorporating contact with plants, flowers, trees, sea, mountains into your daily life is a simple way to relax and take a break from the daily rush. Mental disorders are among the main causes of disability and absence from work activities worldwide. But the solution to the problem seems to be much closer than you think. A study published in the journal Nature in 2019 reveals that just two hours a week of contact with nature can promote a significant increase in the feeling of well-being, improve mood and alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress.

Nature's Benefits for Mental Health

  • The influence of nature helps to recover the brain from fatigue caused by daily activities, improving performance at work and in studies and personal satisfaction;

  • When incorporated into building design, nature provides calm, inspires environments and encourages learning and curiosity;

  • Green spaces are ideal for physical activities, which improve learning, memory and cognitive functions;

  • Outdoor activities can relieve symptoms of Alzheimer's, dementia, stress and depression; Contact with nature helps children's development, encouraging imagination, creativity and social interaction;

May will be happy - May will be Health - May will be in Peace

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