➡ Start your day with a bowl of great conversation and a cup of laughter! ☕️😁 💑 After getting married, Nicole and Prax quit their jobs in the Philippines to set out on an adventure! 🌴 They relocated to Bali. Lived as retirees at the age of 29. And explored life beyond the confines of their home, job, and identity. 🌱 A year after their adventure of self-discovery, they went home to begin a new chapter - a family. 💎 As they continue their journey, they'd like to share the nuggets of truths the ...
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The Boston Athenæum, a membership library, first opened its doors in 1807, and its rich history as a library and cultural institution has been well documented in the annals of Boston’s cultural life. Today, it remains a vibrant and active institution that serves a wide variety of members and scholars. With more than 600,000 titles in its book collection, the Boston Athenæum functions as a public library for many of its members, with a large and distinguished circulating collection, a newspaper and magazine reading room, quiet spaces and rooms for reading and researching, a children’s library, and wireless internet access throughout its building. The Art Department mounts three exhibitions per year in the institution's Norma Jean Calderwood Gallery, rotating selections in the Recent Acquisitions Gallery, and a number of less formal installations in places and cases around the building. The Special Collections resources are world-renowned, and include maps, manuscripts, rare books, and archival materials. Our Conservation Department works to preserve all our collections. Other activities for members and the public include lectures, panel discussions, poetry readings, musical performances, films, and special events, many of which are followed by receptions. Members are able to take advantage of our second- and fifth-floor terraces during fine weather, and to search electronic databases and our digital collections from their homes and offices.