There’s lots of action in this July issue, from fabulous beachwear fashion to places you need to visit and experiences you’ll want to enjoy. Our restaurant of the month is the new A Quinta, and our wine choice is definitely in the pink. So get out the suntan lotion, the sanitising gel and a great big summery smile!
Have you ever experienced people coming to you as a go-to-person when it comes to gut feeling? Or can you feel other people’s feelings or next moves without having any interaction with them at all? Then you might possess clairsentient abilities. Clairsentience is commonly defined as a “clear feeling”. It refers to the ability to feel the past, the present, and the future emotional state of other people, even without using any of the five senses- sight, smell, hearing, tasting, or touching. It is also referred to as the sense of intuition because people who also have clairsentient abilities can gather information from non-living materials such as buildings or outside areas also without the use of the five senses.
Welcome to the June issue of AlgarvePLUS magazine. The hazy summer days are here, with just a bit more freedom than in previous months. Shops and restaurants and art galleries are opening their doors, decorators and designers meeting new clients, the season is starting to gather momentum. This issue of AlgarvePLUS brings plenty to whet your appetite: people, places, tastes and treats.
A stressful lifestyle or an innate condition can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, mental fatigue, and even suicidal thoughts. Naturally, this can significantly impede on a person’s emotional well-being. Because traditional therapies and medication treatments prove ineffective in a lot of cases, more and more people are adopting an emotional support animal (ESA) to remedy these common ailments. In essence, an ESA is a four-legged companion (dog, cat, rabbit, and more) whose role is to provide emotional assistance to their owner. They can be prescribed by a health professional, psychologist, or psychiatrist, and are subject to strict legislation. Here, we take a look at how an ESA can help relieve those suffering from mental disorders.
First it was clearing out cupboards and sorting out the unwanteds. Then it was heavy TV watching. But after the first couple of weeks at home many started to discover new interests...
Sometimes we make mistakes. Sometimes we might pick a career that seems to be ideal for us, but that turns out to be wrong. It makes us miserable, even depressed. It makes us wish we had done something else, and we might even start to wonder what other possibilities are out there.
Welcome to the May issue of AlgarvePLUS magazine. This issue focusses on the new lifestyle that is emerging. A mix of interesting reads and pertinent information that may help you through this challenging time. From restaurants that will keep your taste buds happy at home and health advice worth following, to staying entertained with new interests, the travel opportunities that will open new doors, and people and places.
Algarve Fun, a leading provider of tickets for attractions including water parks in Portugal, conducted a survey to measure the expected effect of Covid-19 on the summer season which is so crucial for many tourism businesses.
The survey found that 69.3% of respondents still intend to go on holiday this summer. Of course this will be dependent upon whether there are any restrictions remaining and on the availability of flights. Flights could be in short supply if social distancing measures are introduced on airlines, not least with RyanAir who have already threatened not to fly if they are forced to leave middle seats empty.
- Virtual Concert by pianist Nikola Meeuwsen
- Whatever Happened To...?
- AlgarvePLUS Magazine - April 2020
- Moving Abroad? Here's What You Need To Know
- Get away from it all... an oasis on your doorstep
- Local young fishermen awarded Gold medals
- Expat Centre Portugal - helping internationals feel at home
- Baking resistance in Alentejo