“A men’s group is a group of men that commit to getting together on a regular basis, usually weekly, bi-weekly, or even monthly. The general purpose of these meetings is simply to interact and communicate a level (or many levels) deeper than a normal social interaction.”
Every day, in an obscure corner of Japan’s Shima peninsula, traditional pearl hunters dive beneath the waves to harvest from the ocean floor. If you live in NYC, you have the chance to see a documentary that follows three female divers of varying ages out onto (and under) open water and back into their homes, describing the little routines which make up their lives. Plays at the Metrograph theater on Saturday May 3rd!
Last weekend I noticed a woman sitting next to me at a cafe with this beautiful leather handbag. Couldn’t help but ask her where she got it from, a thing I was told not to do growing up in Switzerland. Good thing I live in NYC now.
Jane’s Walk is an organization offering citizen-led walking tours in over 200 cities. The walks get people to tell stories about their communities, explore their cities, and connect with neighbors. I love EVERYTHING about this.
I consider helping my kids understand themselves, so they will head into the direction of a career that will fulfill them, the biggest task of my life. Thanks to the newest book by School of Life I now have back up help: A Job To Love is designed to help us better understand ourselves and locate a job that is right for us.
At this point I might as well just give The School of Life my credit card info and have them send me everything they put out. Absolutely love what they do!
Brilliance, it seems, is the product of a well-rested mind, not artistic all-nighters. Beautiful illustration of the sleep schedules some of history’s greatest minds. Click through to see a larger version.