How To Stay Positive At Home


1. Find the optimistic viewpoint in a negative situation.

One of the simplest but most effective ways to build a more positive outlook has in my experience been to ask more helpful questions as often as possible.

When I am in what seems like a negative situation – maybe I have been lazy, made a mistake, failed or stumbled in some kind of way – then I like to ask myself questions like:

·         What is one thing that is positive or good about this situation?

·         What is one opportunity within this situation?

2. Cultivate and live in a positive environment.

Who you choose to spend your time with and the input you get from further away like the TV, the internet and magazines will have a huge effect on your outlook.

To be able to stay positive it is essential to have influences in your life that support you and lift you up instead of dragging you down.

So carefully consider what you let into your mind.

You can for example ask yourself:

·         Who are the 3 most negative people I spend time with?

·         What are the 3 of most negative sources of information I spend time on?

3. Go slowly.

I have found that when I go too fast, when I try to think, talk, eat and move around in my world really quickly then things don’t go too well.

Stress builds up. Negative thoughts about just about anything start to well up and I feel like my own personal power decreases.

But if I slow down just for a few minutes – even if I have to force it by walking, talking and eating slower – then my mind and body calms down too. It becomes easier to think things through clearly again and easier to find the optimistic and constructive perspective.

4. Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill.

It’s very easy to lose perspective, especially if you are stressed and you are going too fast.

And so a molehill can become a big and terrifying mountain in your mind.

A simple three step way to handle these situations so they don’t get out of hand is to:

Say stop.

In your mind, shout “STOP!” or “NOPE, we are not going down that path again!” as soon as thoughts of this kind starts to spin in your head.


After you have disrupted the thoughts by shouting stop sit down and just be still.

Breathe with your belly and focus on just your in-breaths and out-breaths for a minute or two to calm your mind and body down.


Question your mountain building thoughts by talking to someone close to you and getting a more grounded perspective on the situation by just venting or by getting his or her input.

5. Add value and positivity to someone else’s life.

What you send out you tend to get back from the world and the people in it.

Not from everyone. And not every time.

But what you send out there matters a whole lot.

What you give them and how you treat them is what you’ll get back. And they way you treat others and how you think of them also tend to have a big effect on how you treat and think about yourself.

So give value and spread the positivity by for example:

Helping out.

Lend a hand when moving. Give a friend a ride in your car.

If he or she needs information then help out by checking it up on Google or asking a friend of yours.

Or start a blog or a podcast and share what's helped you out in life.

Just listening.

Sometimes people don’t want any direct help.

They just want someone to be there fully and listening as they vent for a little while.

Boosting the mood.

Smile. Give hugs when appropriate. Play uplifting music when hanging out with a friend or suggest an inspiring movie for your movie night.

Or encourage when someone has had a bad day or are going through a tough time.

6 Mediterranean Places to Travel After These Days


Mediterranean ... Turquaz waters, a warm wind and a glass of wine. These sacred blue shimmering waters are the great morass that many civilizations want to live on the shores of.

Golden sands, peaceful towns ... The Mediterranean is more than these.

We share you the pictures of the most beautiful Mediterranean towns without comments and unlimited.

6 magnificent Mediterranean towns that we cannot get enough of the blue that Roberto Bravo chose for you.

Bay Of Kotor, Montenegro

Dubrovnik, Crotia

Creete, Greece

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Santorini, Greece

Kaş, Turkey

8 Spotify Playlists to Relax at Your Home


We have chosen acoustic, classical, meditation playlists that will relax you at home and take you on a journey to your soul and take away the stress of the day.

Sit back and immerse yourself in the breeze of these awesome Spotify playlists, because the sun rises differently every day.

1.Classic Acoustic

2. Hanging Out and Relaxing

3. Meditate to the Sounds of Nature

4. Ambient Relaxation

5. Chill Hits

6. Chilled Jazz

7. Creamy

8. Relax & Unwind

5 Best Daily Motivation Apps to Help You Keep Calm at Home


Over the past couple of years mindfulness has exploded in popularity. Like many trends, it has faced questions about whether it’s just another health-crazed fad.

Finding motivation to pursue your goals isn’t always easy, especially if you’re struggling with  stress or negativity. But inspiration can come from surprising places — including the palm of your hand.

Here is the best 5-day motivation app we chose for you


Price: Free with in-app purchases

Find the motivation and positive mindset you need to succeed with daily encouragement. This app is designed to inspire you with positive affirmations and self-talk — a proven technique to make your mind work for you. Choose the ones that resonate for your goals and learn how to reduce negative self-talk now.

Fabulous: Self Care

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Find the motivation and positive mindset you need to succeed with daily encouragement. This app is designed to inspire you with positive affirmations and self-talk — a proven technique to make your mind work for you. Choose the ones that resonate for your goals and learn how to reduce negative self-talk now.

Motivate: Daily Motivation

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Motivate’s goal is to help you make the first steps toward a more driven, focused, inspired life. The app features thousands of handpicked motivational videos from mentors around the world. Use the customizable notifications to build your daily habit and start discovering what works for you.

Forest: Stay Focused

Price: $1.99 on iPhone; free on Android

The Forest app offers an innovative approach to help you fight your phone addiction and overcome distractions. Use the app to turn your focused moments into a lush forest by creating more positive habits. It all starts with a seed.


Price: £9.99/month, £44.99/year, iOS/Android
Headspace is one of the best-known meditation apps on the market. Following its launch in 2010, it has accrued more than 60 million members across 190 countries – and it’s not hard to see why. The app is a great choice if you want to learn the essentials of meditation and mindfulness, with a free 10-part “basics” course and whimsical animations to help you find your feet

5 Top Netflix Series to Watch at Home


That's what we chose our recommendation to Netflix series for you. Sometimes we will laugh and sometimes you will be surprised. But we sure about you will like our recomendation.

Peaky Blinders is a gangster family epic set in Birmingham, England, in 1919, several months after the end of the First World War in November 1918. The story centres on the Peaky Blinders gang and their ambitious and highly cunning boss Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy).

In every home; on every desk; in every palm - a plasma screen; a monitor; a smartphone--a black mirror of our 21st Century existence. Black Mirror is a contemporary British re-working of The Twilight Zone with stories that tap into the collective unease about our modern world.

Wild Wild Country is In the early 1980s, a guru, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, moves from India to near the town of Antelope, Oregon, USA. He buys a large ranch and sets up a commune for his followers, building an entire city from scratch. The architect and implementer of his plans is his devoted secretary, Ma Anand Sheela.

Premise. Russian Doll follows a woman named Nadia on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City. She dies repeatedly, always restarting at the same moment at the party, as she tries to figure out what is happening to her.

Summaries. A financial adviser drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder money to appease a drug boss. ... Except for the job of Marty, a Chicago financial advisor who also serves as the top money launderer for the second largest drug cartel in Mexico

Bonus: Sam, an 18-year-old on the autism spectrum, decides it's time to find a girlfriend, a journey that sets Sam's mom on her own life-changing path as her son seeks more independence. Atypical is a coming of age story that follows Sam, an 18-year-old on the autistic spectrum as he searches for love and independence.

Top 5 Movies to Watch at Home


Here are 5 films that are most liked by you, beautiful and wonderful legends.

1- Shawshank Redemption: Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.


2-     Green Mile :The lives of guards on Death Row are affected by one of their charges: a black man accused of child murder and rape, yet who has a mysterious gift.



                3-    Forest Gump: The presidencies of Kennedy and Johnson, the events of Vietnam, Watergate, and other historical events unfold through the perspective of an Alabama man with an IQ of 75, whose only desire is to be     reunited   with his childhood sweetheart.



                4- Schindler’s List: In German-occupied Poland during World War II, industrialist Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazis.


                 5-  The Intouchables: After he becomes a quadriplegic from a paragliding accident, an aristocrat hires a young man from the projects to be his caregiver.


Jewellery Care


We know that jewelery is one of the accessories you value and care for. Claning should be very attentive for long-term bright and eye-catching use. The right solution to this situation will be to take it to your jeweler. The product you bought from Roberto Bravo has a lifetime maintenance service.

If we have to do jewelry cleaning at home, let's briefly look at the commonly known cleaning methods and their negative effects on jewelry before purest method.

Olive Oil / Hazelnut Oil and Vinegar

In this method, half a cup of hazelnut oil or olive oil is mixed in an oil filled bowl and mixed. Jewelery is put into it and left overnight. The next morning, with the help of a brush, it is cleaned using soda.

The first prominent problem here is oil and vinegar, albeit slightly acidic. If it is kept as long as one night, it may seriously damage the jewelery.

Another factor is related to our brush selection. The toothbrush to be used for cleaning should be chosen as new and very soft.

Salt, Soda and Dishwashing Detergent

Again, one of the frequently used methods is to put the jewelery into these products, which are placed in a container, for 10 minutes.

Then it is dried with a towel and prepared for use. In this method, salt and soda have the potential to seriously damage jewelery.

Hot Water and Soda

It is important to remember the potential for harm in this simple solution. Gold is a soft mineral. The water may be hot and can cause acidic damage.

DIY Jewelry Cleaning

Warm Water and Dishwashing Detergent

The formula that will not harm the jewelery you can make at home, is placed in a bowl of warm water and dish detergent in a way that does not exceed a few drops.

After waiting for a minute, it is put in another container that is not too cold from warm water to rinse. Then it is cleaned with a paper towel.

The important thing to consider in this simple solution is that the water is not too hot or too cold and the amount of detergent is not too much.

Jewelery History - I (Sumerians, Egyptians, Aegean Civilizations, Phoenician)


We believe that the jewellery that we use today as a part that sometimes complements our status, decor and elegance, will try to understand the history of humanity and try to understand the view of art and aesthetics. We will mention on summary of Sumerians, Egyptians, Aegean Civilizations, Phoenician, and Etruscan civilization and in second part of this article, we will speak of Ancient Greek and Rome in terms of their history of jewellery.

Before the discovery of precious metals, pearls, fish skeletons, teeth, and colored pebbles that people removed from the sea were easier to use for coastal civilizations. These situations were very effective when moving from nomadism to settled order. People began to their settlements became water resources, it became easier for them to come across gold and precious stones. 

After gold was found and processed, it was used as a status after being presented as a gift to the rulers.  As metal extraction and processing techniques evolved, the tools indicating the decoration, protection and status used became even more complex.

Precious stones used in tombs to respect the dead and it began to differentiate and become personal. These jewelry, obtained from limited sources, continued to be processed to fit all parts of the body. This process that started with embellishing kings, crown, ruling seat, buckle, comb, earring, nose ring, lip ring, brooch, corset, belt, watch strap... etc. These jewels buried with their owners were buried to accompany them in the next world. Here the jewels obtained in archaeological studies come from these tombs. In addition, it has been observed that plastic and precious jewels are used in works such as painting, sculpture, and mosaic.


The tomb of Puabi, the queen of the Sumerians, is at the top of the ancient jewelry samples. BC in the city of Ur, in the cellar, the upper part of the body was made of silver, lapis lazuli, agate, agate, while in other parts there are amulets, crowns and gold with flower figures. These uses give important clues for jewelry in these years

            Queen Paubi's crown and necklace (Image Source:


The legendary mausoleum of Tutankamun (1341-1323 BC) is on display today in the Cairo Museum. It is considered the largest jewelry store in the world. The innermost coffin in this cemetery is completely covered with gold and the mummy is big gold. Diadems, necklaces, pectorals, amulets, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings are of superior quality and have a high degree of refinement, which is rarely exceeded or even equal in the history of jewelry. The use of gold in Egyptian jewelry is dominant and is usually complemented by the use of tricolor carnelian, turquoise and lapis lazuli or glassy pastes that mimic them. Although there are a number of rather limited decorative motif repertoires in all Egyptian jewelry, artist craftsmen created a wide variety of compositions on rhythmic repetition of shapes and colors, mainly in jewelry made of strict symmetry or beads.

                     Tomb of King Tutankamun (Image Source:


The Minoan Civilization was the transit point for important trade routes and their wealth was increasing due to these trade. He emphasized the importance of Minoan Civilization in terms of jewelery history with its aesthetic value and gold business. and jewels of this value were first imitated and developed by other civilizations. Peloponnese, Mycenae and other Greek islands followed this aesthetic development. By creating clothes, crowns and gold necklaces; pomegranate, half-moon, female breast tightening hand, history, lotus flowers are frequently encountered. By creating clothes, crowns and gold necklaces; pomegranate, half-moon, female breast tightening hand, history, lotus flowers are frequently encountered.

 Bees surrounding the sun - Minos Gold Necklace (Image Source:


It was a great place for both trade and production. It was transferred to places such as Spain, Italy, Sardinia and North Africa as it is a trade transit route. It has been imitated in Greece and Italy in the Mediterranean countries. Especially in the period known as Orientalism Period, it became famous for animal motifs and was imitated in Italy and Greek Islands.

 A golden necklace from the Phoenician  (Image Source: openedition.journals)


They made the greatest contributions to history in terms of jewelry by developing the gold motifs they received from Fenike. They had an entirely new concept in which the goals of greatness, impressive size and a great wealth of decoration led to some of the most important achievements in the history of jewelry. Like ornaments such as necklaces and needle heads, fibulae are often decorated with gold dust of opaque grained figures like mountain goats, chimeras, sphinxes, winged lions, centaurs, horsemen and warriors, almost all southwest Asian derivatives come to the fore.


A golden necklace from the Phoenicians (Image Source: openedition.journals)


 Britannica “Jewelley”

Victoria and Albert Museum

History of Jewellery

Britannica “history of Jewellery design ”

Fashion History Love to Know

Venice Festival - Madness Club


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The Venice Festival, which is visited by more than 3 million people every year, will be celebrated this year from 8 to 25 February. Visitors who come from all over the world to experience the colorful and excitement of the city's iconic historical atmosphere will make their mark on carnival with their costumes and masks.

Venice Festival, which is a typical example of public celebrations, is one of the extraordinary festival examples that stand out with its costumes and masks as well as street parties, parades and entertainment. At the festival, where the best costumes and masks will be chosen by the fashion icons, there is no doubt that the people will reflect the fantasy world and the revel of color.

Although it is said that the most activity of the Venice Festival is the last week for the participants, they will experience a never-ending fun and colorful atmosphere for twelve days. Visitors will witness Martedi Grosso (Big Tuesday), Giovedi Grosso (Big Thursday) and Halloween Parade in last week.

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Short Notes from History of Venice Festival

It is thought to have started in 1094 with the first document signed by Doge Vitale Failero, and the word "carnival" (the name of the great feast period celebrated before the Great Lent in Christianity) was mentioned in this document for the first time. The mask was worn for the first time after this period. The use of masks has been reinterpreted from the Roman and Greek form, for hiding the nobles' concealment, so they was opening the door of the party. The celebrations reached the climax with the liberation of Venice from Germany.

In 18th century, splendor of the Venice Carnival has spread all over the world and visitors was living in fantastic atmosphere without borders. The fact that it was a gambling center in these years. Venice has become the pleasure of the world and the Venice Carnival, which has become the symbol of hedonism, lasted 6 months with its wild parties, illegal gambling and bloody bull shows.

After conquering Venice in 1797, Napoleon was could not belive the landscapeof Venice and he decided to ban the carnival. This ban continued until 1979 and it was tried to be revived by the Venetian natives. The festival now meets its participants in a family-friendly way.

When you walk around the city, it makes unique with costumes, masks, enthusiasm, entertainment, music, pubs, street performances, theatrical and dance performances, and the performances of professional artists portraying in a historical texture.

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In particularly, the St. Mark's Square is one of the iconic values of the Venice Festival. This year will live there Angel's Flight, Eagle's Flight, the best costume contest and many more events will take place and we will be at No: 65 in St. Mark's Square.

We would be delighted to welcome you at Roberto Bravo Venice.

The History Of Gold:Tears of the Sun


This metal, which affects all of people for thousands of years, is not exactly known when it first appeared before humanity. However, BC. It is suggested that gold dust was found in caves dating back to 40000. It is the first metal known with this aspect. It was found before iron and steel.

Gold was first found around rivers before in history. It is attributed to the royal, god and demigods in terms of brightness, naturalness, easy shaping and difficult aging. Gold, which still exists today as a symbol of beauty, power and elitism, was used in the construction and decoration of tombs and idols in its early years. Golden Calf is one of the best examples of this.

The Golden Calf, according to the Old Testament, is an idol made by Harun to please the Israelites when Moses ascends Mount Sinai. The calf was the physicalized version of Israel's God. - (Visual Source: Admiration of the Golden Calf, Nicolas Poussin, Text: Wikipedia)
Then, it continued to be used in areas such as vases, plates, glasses and decorations for royal families.
It is believed that gold, which was perceived as an indicator of wealth and prosperity in the distant period, was seen as a social status in Ancient Greece. Contrary to popular belief, the use of gold medals in the Olympics belongs to modern periods.
One of the most important indicator to understanding its value is a map showing the gold mines known as the “Turin Papyrus” in Egyptians.

Turin Papyrus Map - BC 1160
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In addition, the Phoenicians, Egyptians, Chinese, Indians, Hittites, prisoners of war and criminals were sent to the mines as captives in their efforts to find gold. This was before money, and it is stated that the value of gold is in the direction of the evidence.

B.C. In 2450-2600, King Priamos Treasures (Trojan Gold), known as the treasures of Hellenic Trojan, which is the subject of the Iliad Epic of Homer, were reached, and some of them are exhibited in the Pushkin Museum and the other in Troya Museum.
In addition, Egyptians brought a new understanding to trade by using the ratio of gold to silver. One
unit of gold was worth two and a half units of silver.
Gold coins BC It was used by the Lydians in the 700s. In fact, the use of gold coins beyond what is perceived today is not a cause but a result. It was revealed by the need for a government-approved unit of merchants. The gold particles known as Electrum are made official by being stamped on the state.

An example of the money used by the Lydians Source: Sixbid

This has caused the Lydians to trade much easier and faster. B.C. There was a great deal of gold accumulation in the period of Lydian King Croseus between 570 and 546, and this is why we still use the phrase "to be as rich as Croseus".

Plato and Aristotle stated that gold was obtained from the combination of intense sunlight and water. The transoceanic civilizations Aztek and Inka described it as "tears of the sun". He spoke of Homer as a symbol of wealth in Iliad and Odysey.
As a result, gold, which has reached the same quality even if it is not in the same form until today, has been one of the most important mines that distinguishes one class from another for all civilizations.