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The Paradox of Tolerance

Why Six Hours Of Sleep Is As Bad As None At All

Accidental Wes Anderson Sets in Real Life

– There’s a podcast festival happening in NYC, early September. Looks fun!

Ear Hustle brings you stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.

– Impressive: Illuminated Kirigami Lamp of a Castle in the Sky

Neuroscientist Sam Harris Selects 12 Books Everyone Should Read

– I love this kids Tee!

– Some of these made me laugh out loud: 30 things my neighbor Kathy said to help me bounce back after the divorce.

This Is How Your Fear and Outrage Are Being Sold for Profit

– Christoph Niemand will be having a show called The Masters Series in NYC this fall! The retrospective will showcase Christoph’s inventiveness through never-before-seen work from his personal collection, illustrations, magazine covers, animations and digital works that have built his reputation as one of the most renowned creative talents in the field today.

– This Vegan Oreo Fidget Spinner made me laugh.

Above the Fold is a Myth.

– Love love love this wall grid.

– There are no negotiated salaries or raises at Basecamp. Everyone in the same role at the same level is paid the same. Equal work, equal pay. How we pay people at Basecamp

– The Creative Playdate Podcast is for parents that are pursuing creative careers. I enjoyed this podcast with illustrator Keith Negley.

Six Scandinavian Raincoats

The Dieline asked me some questions about what it was like to start Tattly.

Friday Link Pack

Yale Launches an Archive of 170,000 Photographs Documenting the Great Depression

– For parents: Bowing to inherent goodness. Tara Brach’s guided meditations have carried me through a really difficult 2016. I appreciate her and her mind so much.

– These are beautiful serving utensils.

– I love how Joanna Goddard’s home feels.

– My favorite office mug.

9 Terms You See on Sunscreen Bottles, Defined

An underwater treadmill.

– WOW! VSCO launches its first video editing tool

Reclaiming my time.

Do These 5 Emotionally Intelligent Things Within 5 Minutes Of Meeting Someone (via)

– Did you know that you can use a pasta maker as a printing press?

We the people necklace.

– Did you know that in in Alabama, it is illegal to have an ice-cream cone in your back pocket? This photo project documents unusual laws across all 50 US states.

– Imagine a thousand eyes staring at you in your home.

The Pessimist’s Umbrella

– My heart! Penguin Swims Thousands of Miles Every Year to Return to the Man Who Rescued Him

Graphic Shows the House Plants That Naturally Clean the Air in Your Home, According to a NASA Study. But what about the hipster fiddle-leaf fig tree?

– Japanese designer creates a pair of pigeon shoes to make friends with the local birds

– Love this geometric print.

Tattly’s new Tin Can Packs are a huge hit.

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– I love the premise of this service: Stitch is the world’s only companionship community created by members, for members. Our members are often fulfilled with family, work, and finances, but are looking for something more in their lives: partners, friends, companionship. Everybody needs company, no matter what their age is.

– This good-looking backpack uses clever design to defy pickpockets on your daily commute.

– Gah! The IKEA x Hay’s Collaboration is making me swoon

– This would be my Happy Place.

The 12 Stages of Burnout (via)

– Hey Adobe, I want this User Interface to exist.

One of the most common questions in American small talk is considered rude in much of the world

A radio in a jar.

– Research: “Homework in elementary school does not contribute to academic achievement,” but daily reading does. (via)

Concrete sculptures by David Umemoto

An Honest Cover Letter

10+ People Who Found The Best Things In Thrift Stores, Flea Markets And Garage Sales
5 Exercises That Break Down Barriers by IDEO

Raising a Truly Bilingual Child

This made me laugh!

Blueberry bread and butter pudding? Yum.

How to Turn Your Used Electronics Into Cash

– Some of these made me laugh: 10+ Times People Absolutely Won The Food Lottery

10 Ways You’re Making Your Life Harder Than It Has To Be

The Annual Home Maintenance Checklist

– I like this Yamazaki Trash Can.

– “People who drink around 3 cups of coffee a day may live longer than non-coffee drinkers,” landmark study finds. (via)

Try Studio is a platform that empowers one-on-one private lessons in all things creative. Love this so much!

– My egg obsession continues: 11 Tips from Chefs for Cooking Perfect Eggs

– Need to a good gift for kids? The Funnest Pack will win you points and laughs!

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This Twitter account is priceless.

See an Incorrect Google Result? Here’s How to Fix It

Vintage Photos Reveal the Gritty NYC Subway in the 70s and 80s

Host to be an inspiring leader

How to use one-handed keyboard mode on iPhone

– “Your future depends on doing agreements with good people.” All deals are handshake deals

– I love this standing desk design. Would have never guessed it’s an IKEA desk.

There will be a steak emoji! All is good with the world!

The winners of the 2016 50 Books/50 Covers competition

– These cat houses made me smile.

You are the best thing I never planned. Uniqlo t-shirt by Sarah Kay

The people worth impressing.

– Did you know a spray bottle filled with Vodka and lavender essential oils can freshen your clothes between wears? (via)

This quote!

You can watch even more historic NASA flight footage on YouTube now

– Love this cloud poster!

Google Spent 2 Years Studying 180 Teams. The Most Successful Ones Shared These 5 Traits

I feel this.

Chill out with 10 full hours of relaxing Planet Earth mountain footage

Lifelong marriage is going out of style for young people—and their grandparents

The Alternative to Thinking All the Time (via)

– I really enjoyed listening to David Hieatt tell his story. I admire his vision and mission driven approach to entrepreneurship.

– If I was in the market for a new bed, I’d consider this one. I love mine though!

Perspective.

– Psst… Tattly turned six last week. Just like every year we are celebrating with a totally nutso 50% off Birthday Sale.

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Artist Serene Teh created a brilliant page-flipping live animation of Assassin’s Creed with ink on paper

A short history of global living conditions

– I want this Courage pin!

This post makes me want to buy a pool noodle!

– Wow. Buffer has a completely transparent product roadmap. (via)

We Don’t Meet Anyone by Accident

– I work with wonderful humans: Guggenheim Friday Lego Winedown

– These are helpful not just in a sales environment: 23 Email Sales Lines to Spur Action.

LinkedIn Is Testing A New Feature That Matches You With A Mentor

– What the what? Pollock chocolate bar?

– This made me smile: The three cleaning graces

This cat bed!

11 ways that I, a white man, am not privileged, by Matt Caron

An inflatable tent.

– These amphibious adventure sneakers are made from Algae

A planter with a face on it!

– This cactus car charger is cute.

– I love love love classic Turkish towels.

– I can’t handle the cuteness of this ‘walk-bike‘ for little ones.

– I just dealt with a seriously clogged toilet and this article on how to fix it was helpful. I didn’t realize it was about moving the water back and forth, not air. Doh.

– The big whale in the Natural History Museum is my favorite. Here’s how he gets cleaned.

– This jetpack backpack is pretty darn adorable.

– This is one beautiful Glass French Press.

– Honored to be speaking at the AIGA Design Conference 2017 this October in Minnesota.

– Put an Avocado on it.

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A Yawning Kodiak Bear Slowly Takes a Seat Next to a Group of Riverside Photographers in Alaska

– Absolutely stunning paper sculptures.

– I realize I am late to the party but I absolutely love the iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode.

– Oooooh, love the bookchair.

Millennials’ Favorite Brands.

People Are Sharing Photos of Real-Life Places That Belong in a Wes Anderson Film

– Continuously impressed by some of Target’s home accessory lines. Apparently they are launching some new home and apparel brands.

– This is wonderfully weird: Exercises in making poster designs move to music (via)

– You can get anything printed on this custom swim suit.

Muista could make me consider getting a standing desk.

– Interesting: The Difference Between Tylenol, Aspirin, Advil, and Aleve

This camping cutlery tool set speaks to my Swiss heart.

– These blue grey bed linen look beautiful.

This Coat Hanger Will Deodorize Your Clothes

– This wall hook is beautiful.

A unicorn diffuser? Made me laugh.

Amazon’s Alexa now has more than 15,000 skills

– With Internet privacy disappearing, here’s a useful guide on how to go invisible online.

Google developed a school curriculum to help kids fight trolls and hackers (via)

52 Research Terms you need to know as a UX Designer

Feelings in a jar.

– 101 books to dive into this summer: a massive reading list

Recently turns your camera roll in a monthly magazine.

– Facebook introduces workplace.

– Tattly asked: What Does Being An American Mean to You?

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Michael Ventura spoke at CreativeMornings/NYC on how we have savant-like talents residing in us and we don’t take enough changes to find out.

– Super cool: NASA Apollo Saturn V Lego set

– You can now search for jobs on Google. Wow.

Send this 9 year old a birthday Tweet. I just did. He is being bullied. Let’s shower him with love.

– I could use this at the office: Tip-Proof drinkware.

These photographs are stunning.

Chill desk looks super versatile.

Instagram tests favorites, a major rethinking of private sharing (via)

Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?

Neuroscience Tells Us How to Hack Our Brains for Success

– KILD architects have designed a wildlife crossing that will help animals pass over a busy highway near Seoul in South Korea. Beautiful.

The 25 most influential people on the internet, according to TIME Magazine.

– Every citizen of the U.S.A should know about advocate.io.

Go Pro now offers a drone. This is the first time I’d consider getting one.

It’s a Llama. It’s a doorstop. It made me laugh.

Wealthsimple is beautifully designed and seems incredibly thoughtful.

Our Mothers as We Never Saw Them

– Live in NYC? La Marina is magical. We are having our next CreativeMornings there and I CAN NOT WAIT!

– Do you ever wonder if you’re normal? This can help.

– My friend raved about Chime, an app to find a babysitter. Looks really good.

– Hey New Yorkers with interest in Swiss culture: Alain Tanner movies are coming to Metrograph in NYC.

How to Live With Critics (Whether You’re an Artist or the President)

– Lovely: A DIY Japanese kite kit that comes in its own reusable cardboard briefcase.

Philographics is a visual dictionary of philosophy explaining big ideas in simple shapes.

– How did I not know about 1stdibs.com?

– It’s 4th of July weekend. Put a burger on the grill and a Rosemary Tattly on you.

Friday Link Pack (late on Sunday)

You Are Not What You Earn, by Alain de Botton

Sweden’s gender-neutral preschools produce kids who are more likely to succeed

– For the pizza lover: Fluffy Pizza Pillow.

Language alters our experience of time (via)

Twist is a communication app for teams.

Tips for learning a foreign language.

Emoji in architecture.

How To Build an Igloo

– Here’s a framework to help you build meaningful communities.

– This weighted eye pillow made me laugh.

Write a letter of resignation, but don’t deliver it.

– This made me smile: UX of Parenting

Nine minutes of video filmed in New York City in 1911

Why you will marry the wrong person.

– “Executive and team portraits for startups can to be a bit of a drag. From the boring “Hey! It’s me in front of a wall!” shots to the corny “Look at us! We’re so fun!” kind.” Staff Portraits For Startups, by Wesley Verhoeve

– “Good lord, evolution, what is that?”

– No matter what kind of stuff you tell the world, or tell yourself, your actions reveal your real values.

– Interesting read: The funny thing about wanting something badly, by David G. Jensen (via)

– Kids off to summer camp? Send them some Tattly Camp Bundles!

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Rollin’ Wild what if animals were round?

– These croissant faces made me laugh!

– These female support system hooks are everything! The placement of the screws. YES! (via)

– I can’t stop watching this.

Hear Bob Dylan’s Newly-Released Nobel Lecture: A Meditation on Music, Literature & Lyrics

The Problem With Life.

– Sophie Greenspan is doing a small paper cut-out each day for a 100 days.

LEGO cats! Wow! (via Chris)

– These paper sculpture birds! WOW!

– Some of these same sex wedding photos go right in the heart.

10 Outdoor Art Projects That Are Easy to Clean Up

This throw!

– I didn’t know albino dolphins existed.

Pics Of Cats High On Catnip

– “If you have ceiling fans, make sure they’re spinning counter-clockwise, which helps keep air moving and keeps things feeling cool. In the winter, fans should rotate clockwise to push the air upward and circulate warm air.” That’s one of many Life Hacks for Staying Cool This Summer

You Should Renew Your Domains Before They Expire

– “One of the most valuable lessons I have learned over the years, and that I have observed many senior leaders struggle with, is the ability to set aside multiple hours per week to think.” 10 things new startup design leaders should do

– Here’s how you can make your own eco-friendly shaving cream. I’ll try this with my kids, just for the fun of it.

– Did you know Tattly collaborated with VOGUE to bring some of their vintage illustrations to your skin?

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Need proof that you should never give up on your dream? Here you go! Yep, it made me sob.

– 60 prompt cards with ideas and questions to help us to find confidence and battle against timidity.

– I want to hang this figure it out banner everywhere. Especially my kids’ rooms.

This commercial featuring the iconic blue IKEA bag is pretty poetic.

A Chrome extension that always redirects Amazon to smile.amazon.com so you give with every purchase. (via)

Relationship advice, distilled from 700+ older people

– A NYC style pour over coffee maker. Made me laugh.

– My daughter would love this rainbow-panda pencil pouch.

Saddest phone ever lapel pin.

– This work table!

– Serve milk for your coffee in style with this ceramic beauty.

– Always coming back to this classic stool/side table. One day I will own one.

– Truly interesting read on morning routines

– Now this is a refreshing way to deal with ants.

– David Shrigley Be nice tea towel.

– Couldn’t help but giggle seeing these ear buds.

How to preserve your herbs so they stay fresh longer

This Twitter account keeps making me laugh. I want to hug the person that is the Photoshop wizzard behind it all.

– Change may be inevitable. But our relationship to change can be better or worse. We can use change well or we can be baffled and distressed by change. We can grow or diminish. This essay explores the four key problems that can occur around change – and what we can do about them.

– Here’s your chance to give a 7 minute talk at the August CreativeMornings in NYC. Apply by June 20th.

– Tattly got a shout-out for some of the pride designs in the NYTimes Style Section yesterday! Here is the entire pride collection.

Friday Link Pack

See a decade of change in NYC thanks to Google Street View

It’s not healthy to spend too much time alone in the confines of your own mind

Extraordinary routines.

– A brief history of America’s shameful inaction on climate change

Noisli helps me focus.

– Damián Ortega’s Disassembled Art Installations

Take all of my money.

Warby Parker’s Prescription Check app lets you skip the eye doctor

– My kids would approve of this gigantic emoji beach blanket.

Body: Why do I feel terrible?

Nest’s latest home camera

– “Personal kanban”: a life-changing time-management system that explodes the myth of multitasking

How to track the smartphone apps that are tracking you

Minimal, geometric poster designed by Denmark based Wrong Studio.

– This Stay Warm Illustration made me chuckle.

I’m a woman in tech, and this is what I want in a company

– Oh, this retro desk clock is super nice. A bit pricy though.

Cooking hacks.

– This fish thermometer shows fahrenheit and celsius. Adorable.

– Made me laugh: Seven helpful tips on how to be miserable

– Summer is here! Tattly season.

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– Digital Revolution: More and More People Are Paying For Content

– My favorite scarf brand, Slowfactory, is running a sale! SPRING40 will take 40% off. Love this one, NYC by night.

Your summer 2017 reading list, provided by Bill Gates

– I always use paper bags for my recycling, but they tend to fall over. This bin will make it more sturdy, and it looks good. Totally getting one.

It was never a dress.

Activist mug.

Periodic table of NYC trash. (via)

Advice vs Feedback.

– This beach tent looks good for someone fair skinned like me.

– MoMA’s ‘unpacking the archive‘ exhibition celebrates 150 years of frank lloyd wright

– Yep, big believer in “suck it up Sundays“. I find them weirdly satisfying.

Airbnb started a magazine to share human stories.

How to customize your Facebook feed, how to improve what the algorithm shows you, how to set up lists that filter your feed, and how to control what you see as shortcuts in your sidebar.

– This Vietnamese playground with multicolored flags is lovely.

– Knife Skills: How to Clean, Trim, and Prepare Artichokes

Trump Snooze.

1Password introduces “Travel Mode” to protect your data when crossing borders

Is the gig economy working?

Never.

Amazon’s data-driven bookstores

– FieldNotes now offers a leather cover & memo books combo. Nice!

– Did you know Tattly makes scented Tattly? It’s like a visual perfume!

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Friday Link Pack

20 minutes dinners!

Embroidery art!

Gather is a minimal, modular desk organizer. Really well done!

Why Americans Smile So Much (via)

– This modular shoe might make me consider occasionally wearing higher heels again.

– A Real-Life Education in Protecting Your Creative Work In a Digital Age

Google’s new AI tool turns your selfies into emoji.

Everything is a game. I watched the trailer. And now, my brain hurts but I am intrigued.

– Is this a thing?

– This is my favorite place in the world.

Personal Democracy Forum 2017: A conference exploring and analyzing technology’s impact on politics, government, and society.

This pot. So beautiful.

– My kids would love this desktop edition pool game.

– This is a stunning print.

– This you’re old cake topper made me laugh.

11 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Divorce

8 Captivating Books on Design History

How to cut cake perfectly.

– I can’t stop laughing. There’s a device that helps you take better selfies with or just photos of your dog.

– This is a beautiful, minimal laundry hamper.

– This years Adobe Creative Residents have been announced. In my next life I want to be a resident!

– Is there an upcoming Creativemornings event in your city?

Skateboarding Rainbow. Of course.

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It’s Friday everyone!

The 29 Most Common Social Media Rules

Cloud Eggs.

The Fear of Feelings at Work

– “If you’re snubbing your partner in favor of your phone it’s called phubbing (phone + snubbing). If you’re snubbing a person in favor of any type of technology, it’s called technoference.” The Phones We Love Too Much

– Proud to say that me and my big heart made it on the back cover of the Pantsuit Nation Book.

– Pre-orders begin for two styles of the Telsa Motors Solar Roof

– Are robocalls flooding your cellphone? Here’s how you can fight them.

Self-healing bio-concrete.

– YES! This girls’ soccer team joined a boys’ league, and won it

The birthplace of soy sauce

Stream 18 Hours of Free Guided Meditations

– Cool new series of videos from Apple, showing how to get the most from your iPhone camera.

Deray interviewed Snowden.

– Some actually made Sean Spicer lawn ornaments you can put in your bushes

Do One Thing Well

– “The Poor Man’s Selfie Drone” by Nico Vuignier

– I am currently in Switzerland and just learned that there is a company in Brooklyn selling authentic Swiss sausages.

– In these politically confusing times, I keep reminding myself of this.

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– I would like this step stool in my home. Also available in white.

– I learned a new term: A spite house is a building constructed or substantially modified to irritate neighbors or any party with land stakes. This article is all about a red and white striped spite house in England. It made me laugh.

– James Greig speaks on self-care for the creative soul.

– This big whale stole my heart.

Food experts share their biggest lessons

How the Internet Is Saving Culture, Not Killing It (via)

– Designers Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed of Standards Manual just launched a Kickstarter campaign to reissue the 1977 EPA Graphic Standards System as a hardcover book. With every book sold, a portion of the proceeds will go to Earthjustice and AIGA.

– This geometric ring is definitely being wishlisted.

Six Danish Cheeses to try.

– A book for our times: Hope In the Dark

– How do you reinvent a workplace ritual so that it truly inspires?

– Where was Tendr when I got married and organized an “Art-Fund”. The service allows you to gift cash in a simple and elegant way.

– I laughed so hard when I saw this. Also, facepalm!

Shutterstock’s 2017 Creative Trends infographic.

– How to secure your online accounts by revoking access from third-party apps

10 Talks That Will Empower Your Work

How to organize your book collection your way. (via)

– A brief visual history of Studio Ghibli

– I can’t get enough of this Twitter Account.

We might buy the same stuff, but we don’t pay the same price for it.

– A Rainbow Flag inspired typeface.

Scented wearable herbs. I love them.

Friday Link Pack

– Break the binge: How to turn off autoplay for the next episode on Netflix. (via)

How to Make the Most of Your Workday

Climate March is happening on April 29th

Feminist pin.

– Fire Drills: Communications Strategy in a Crisis

– My kind of gun.

– Really cute Kids Travel Blankets.

How To Cook Asparagus

May you feel awesome like this.

World’s “Mattest and Flattest” Black Paint

– “Both the military and professional kitchens are environments where there’s zero tolerance for slackers and indecision” – Why Chefs and Soldiers Make the Best Product Managers

– This is a smart coat for airplane travel.

– This tray!

– The short doc The Culture of Proximity digs into the notion that millennials see themselves as creators as much as consumers. (via)

– Want to convince someone to help you with a project? Try the bingo method.

Dragons love tacos is one of my son’s favorite picture books. I just noticed there’s a sequel!

The new Google Earth

Ways to Use Leftover Eggshells

– Ms. Management: The Hard Work of Hiring Well (via)

Setting intentions versus goals.

– Some of these signs made me laugh out loud.

The Faces behind Craigslist’s “Strictly Platonic” Personal Ads

– I heard this book helps you teach your kids about money. I’ll order it and will see for myself.

What it means to be a seeker

How Often You Should Do 12 Household Chores

– Here’s something to try at home: 6 fun activities to introduce your kids to physics!

How to keep your iMessages from popping up on other devices

– Made me laugh: IKEA “Relationship Saving Station

– Stina Persson’s watercolor Tattly collection now includes a Panda!

Friday Link Pack

GIF by Thoka Maer.

– “What would happen if we insisted on ‘sort by delight’ instead?” – Seth Godin

– My London friend brought me this small picnic blanket. Love it.

– Wow, these rugs!

The struggle is real.

The joy of slime.

– The true self is just awareness. (via)

Rainbow experiments.

– I like this basket. Would also be great to hold extra bedding or outdoor toys.

– A skinny, modern umbrella stand.

Why are you sad?

Super-detailed visualizations of the complex structure of the human brain

Canopy is a curated Amazon experience.

– SO many interesting posts tagged pleasure principles.

– This drafting kit is pretty cool.

– I found some great Gmail tips in this article. I might want to try Hiver.

How to blow out eggs.

A Very Brief History of Ballet

Rainbow Playing Cards.

Stay or Leave: A tool to decide whether your relationship has a future.

– The 3rd season of the CreativeMornings podcast features some real gems.

– I totally want a pair of these Women Tech Jean by Hiut Denim.

– Which one would you wear? Rosemary or Parsley?

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– I love the internet so much: This made me laugh.

– A hybrid flowering succulent plant with leaves that look like leaping dolphins.

– This thread is simply the best. (via)

1,000 teens were asked to rank brands on how cool they are. WSJ, Vice basically tied for dead last. Not surprised YouTube is winning. (via)

Check This Box if You’re a Good Person (via)

On Raising the Prestige of ‘Details’

– John Maeda and Automattic is putting on a remote conference on design and exclusion on April 21st. Consider me intrigued.

This electric skateboard is a snowboard in disguise.

How to make the most of your work day

– Don’t pass along your Adobe Illustrator files until you follow these steps.

Seneca’s Timeless Lessons on Friendships, Philosophy, and Self-Awareness

9 things to ask Siri that your kids will find hilarious

– Maria Popova is putting on an extraordinary event in NYC on April 21st: The Universe in a verse

Cats don’t always make the best dogs

10 Types of Odd Friendships You’re Probably Part Of

– Mark Cuban credits his success to these 7 books. (Seems odd he added his own book, no?)

– These geometric paper animal sculptures are stunning.

Your job can’t be the only meaningful thing in your life. (via)

– Still Don’t Believe In Influencer Marketing? Amazon Just Showed Us The Future

– My kids would love this: A kit that allows you to turn your veggies into musical instruments.

– My friend Josh Clark researched what it takes to set you ups own private VPN.

– Nostalgia coming over me: How to make your own functional Mini LEGO Mac

– The perfect host gift next time you’re invited to a dinner party: Scented Herb Tattly by watercolor artist Vincent Jeannerot.

– Super proud of my friend Dominie Mahl for creating this adorable nursery rhyme short which just aired on Sesame Street.

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In this beautifully shot video, four skateboarders discover the joys of skating on the frozen sand of a Norwegian beach.

– This coffee table, bench, or whatever you want it to be, caught my eye.

Burly men at sea looks lovely.

– So much respect to the fine folks at Uncommon Goods for their efforts to raise awareness and act as a role model when it comes to Paid Family Leave.

You’re a completely different person at 14 and 77, the longest-running personality study ever has found

Groupmuse helps you organize a classical music concert in your living room. Also, in the same vein, Sofar Sounds.

– This feminist patch made me laugh out loud.

Noun Project on your desktop

– YES! ‘Cards Against Humanity’ Creator Vows To Buy And Publish Congress’s Internet History. Here’s an update.

– My kids and I would like this hammock.

Trump Regrets

Small Victories takes files in a Dropbox folder and turns them into a website. No CMS, no installation, no server, no coding required.

– This faux cactus caught my eye.

– This fold-up meditation stool would totally help my inability of sitting on the floor for a long period of time.

Taking a line for a walk.

Dear neighbor, I don’t love you.

– Of course, my kids couldn’t stop laughing: Fart in a can

– My nerd dad just pointed me to this app called Workflow, an automation tool, enabling you to drag and drop any combination of actions to create powerful workflows for your iPhone. Reminds me a bit of IFTTT. Definitely giving this a try.

– Getting fit takes time, and progress can be hard to notice. Progress app makes it easy to see the small changes as they happen,

– My daughter loves these paper dolls.

– How to use a bullet journal for your mental health. The rant boxes made me smile. (via)

– A Guggenheim curator put Tattly on her living room walls. So good!

Friday Link Pack

When the first train rolls into the station after a big snowstorm, you’d best stand well clear.

– This is so fascinating: A San Francisco Startup 3-D Printed a Whole House in 24 Hours

Solid Advice on Living Alone from a 1936 Guide for Single Women

A Phone Case that bathes your selfies in flattering light. The existence of this phone case made me laugh.

The mixtape of podcasts.

Giant pegboard DIY

– I totally forgot about the existence of hot water bottles. We had a pale pink one growing up and I can still remember the odd texture.

– You’re into modern design? Check out designmilkeveryday on Instagram. It’s by Jaime Derringer, force behind design milk.

– A little absurd and therefore beautiful: A trap for self-driving cars.

This made me laugh.

– Beautifully designed air purifiers.

The Good World helps you find discover socially responsible businesses. So far they cover a few select cities in the U.S. I love this and I hope it will grow and inspire others in other countries.

– This is pure gold: A collection of culture decks, core values, mission statements, and more from real companies.

– Yes, I have experienced this first hand: “If someone shifts from a long commute to a walk, their happiness increases as much as if they’d fallen in love.”

When Does Political Correctness Become Orwellian?

Wall of flowers tracks and mirrors your movement. Too bad it’s behind glass.

The product manager’s guide to the care and feeding of humans

– For anyone having had to go through on boarding processes with new employee will agree, Rippling sounds too good to be true.

– Trying to manifest some spring feelings with wearing all of the Tattly Florals I can get my hands on.

Friday Link Pack

Ten Meter Tower is a social experiment which found people that had never jumped off a 10 meter tower and filmed the results.

– My ten year old and I think this hair dye is supercool. It changes your hair color based on the temperature of the environment.

– I am fascinated by these tricked-out Japanese Trucks.

– Smart: Acteon Compression Packing Cubes

– These photos of old Rwandan Hairstyles are amazing.

This Is How To Stop Checking Your Phone: 5 Secrets From Research

BLOCKS is a modular music studio that lets anyone make music through simple, intuitive gestures.

– Marimekko’s spring/summer 2017 collection reintroduces five iconic garments from the 1960s and 1970s.

Sumo Tube made me laugh.

Logobook is a showcase of the finest logos, symbols & trademarks (via)

– Filmmaker Jennifer Crandall has spent the past two years travelling all around Alabama, collecting short video vignettes of people’s lives — “Might we pull out our cameras to capture a few tiny moments from your life?” — and now she’s posting the videos on the Whitman, Alabama site.

– Wow, Lemonade looks like my kind of renters insurance.

La Gif Team. Delightful.

An app to overcome social anxiety. (via)

Is Your Digital Life Ready for Your Death? “Google lets you choose up to 10 people to be the executors of your account once you die or your account becomes inactive via its inactive account manager feature.”

– The submissions stream over on ignant is full of beautiful discoveries.

Publishthis.email Instantly Turns An Email Into a Web Page

– Security experts give their best advice for keeping messages secure, whether you’re at a protest or just want to keep out snooping siblings.

How to eco clean the bathroom.

– Doug Aitken‘s mirrored house Mirage reflects like a jewel

This. Every morning when I wake up the kids.

How To Cook Perfect Steak in the Oven

Should These Foods Be On Pizza Or Not?

– Now you can wear Old Masters, thanks to a collaboration between Tattly and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

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Peaks is a visualization that explores the origin of mountain names in Switzerland.

Cue: Your smart cuckoo clock to build good habits

The science of “hangry”—why some people get grumpy when they’re hungry (via bltd)

– Love this: Wet Cement Perfectly Tells the Tale of a Faceplant

– What happened when one school banned homework — and asked kids to read and play instead

– Interesting read: Why I don’t talk to Google Recruiters.

– I could keep watching this for hours: Oddly Satisfying 3D-Printed Objects

– This Marble Puzzle would drive me crazy. The gradient one is still my favorite.

– Great read on how to give generously without depleting your energy. (via)

– I might have to invest in a Classic Desk Pen given that mine always disappear from my desk.

18 Sheet Pan Suppers Ready in 30 Minutes

How to shoot a 360 video.

– These fish purses made me smile.

– WHAT? The idea that you can’t get Pregnant while you’re already Pregnant? That’s a myth.

This Girl Turned Hillary Clinton’s Concession Speech Into a Song

Architect Turns Old Cement Factory Into His Home! WoW!

Seth Godin blogged about food.

– Interesting post on the topic of ‘whether to have kids or not’.

Explore your life in history: Tell The Atlantic your birthday, and they’ll show you how the world has changed during your lifetime.

Bhutan has a ministry of happiness. The U.S should take a lesson here.

I don’t see you so you don’t see me, right?

– Psst… Come work with me! Team Tattly is hiring a Finance & Operations Manager. You can bring your dog!

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– This door stopper made me chuckle.

– This is a beautiful wall mounted scratch post.

Courage by John Perkins.

How to Hail a Taxi Around the World (via)

22 Questions to Reignite Love

– Loving this tea packaging in the shape of books.

Doing the Right Thing > Doing Things Right

– Never thought I could get so obsessed with a ladder. But the Lucano ladder really won my design heart.

1 Hotel, a new hotel right next to the Brooklyn Bridge, overlooking Manhattan looks stunning.

Boyfriends of Instagram is a humorous ode to the long-suffering boyfriends of Insta ladies around the world.

Celebrating the design of cinema tickets.

– Just as we need food and water to thrive physically, we need to feel a sense of belonging to thrive psychologically

– A perforated yearly calendar. Fun.

– I want to go so I can learn what I should be teaching my kids so they don’t have to go: Adulting School Teaches Young Adults Grown-Up Skills

How to Use Countable to Keep Track of What Congress Is Working On

How to roast any vegetable

100% Human.

Now that’s a beautiful playground structure.

Gumdrop science experiments.

Screen time guidelines need to be built on evidence, not hype

Nutella Crepe Cake. OMG!

– Next time, if you want to make sure that new information has really sunk in, you need to keep practicing a little longer; even after you think you can’t possibly get any better. The Trick to Actually Remembering What You Learn

Combatting stereotypes: How to talk to your children

– Come work with me: I am hiring a Custom Sales Manager for Tattly as well a Studio Manager for Friends Work Here.

MailChimp made a bunch of things that sounds like their name. Just because. I <3 this company.