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based, The School of Life is a cultural enterprise which offers great ideas for everyday life in the Capital. Like any school, they offer a series of workshops and services to help you live wise and well.

As well as helping with the day to day. They also ask the big questions…Why is work unfulfilling, why are relationships challenging, why is it hard to be calm. These guys aren’t afraid to tackle your issues, nor are they therapists.

The School of life will direct you down a path that crosses over philosophy to literature, and the visual arts. At The School of Life, you’re more likely to meet the curious, social and openminded people than depressed Donna from the office. It’s about exploration and enjoyment.

Offering communal meals (we wonder if there’s dinner ladies?) holidays, and a shop which has just produce the most inspiring and beautifully designed stationary, we cant wait to start scribbling.

The fun graphic design features notebooks, pencils and cards which include typography covers that state the words Productive and Pessimist. Each is lined by art by names such as Cy Twombly’s, Pascal and Chamfort.

If you fancy finding out the answers to your biggest questions or just want to zone out for the day and pick up a pencil on the way out. Take a trip to The School of Life, who knows what might happen?

The School of Life, 70 Marchmont Street, London, WC1N 1AB