Margarita Randl was born in Siberia, raised in Europe, firstly in Hungary and then Vienna. For over 20 years she has been living in Vienna, fluently speaking four languages, Russian, Hungarian, German and English. She has a degree in Law and Business Administration and is married to an Austrian. Together they have a 10 year old son, Arman, and a Parson Russell terrier, Massimo. Margarita is involved in her husband's business, enjoys art and is the friendly AWA Marketing and Office Manager. In her spare time, Margarita volunteers for Die Möwe and is an active class parent at her son's school. She reads at least two books per month and is passionate about everything related to a healthy lifestyle and positive mindset. Each day she starts with meditation / Kundalini yoga and ends by reading a book.
Science & Technology
Alfred Adler and Jacob L. Moreno developed the theoretical foundations for family therapy in Vienna, building on the work of Sigmund Freud.
As the mind never sleeps, instead of exaggerating our anxiety, let us give it something to do and stop the downward spiral.
An E-workout can be an inexpensive alternative to on-the-ground fitness studios and the only available option in lockdown times. From weight reduction to yoga and meditation, paid or free, the online market offers a wide variety on alternatives. The only difficulty is to find the right program for you.
By Margarita Randl and Dardis McNameeWhile they may be consecrated ground and centuries old, to the Archdiocese, houses of worship are, in the en...
The new Red-White-Red Card envisions a holistic change in the migration strategy, encouraging qualified migrants and addressing asylum applicants apart from the wider labor force.