– This vintage pin made me laugh out loud.
– “In every endeavor that isn’t already easy for you, progress requires you to move into certain uncomfortable feelings with regularity. So it makes sense, if you can, to interpret those feelings as good, rewarding, and reassuring—even though they aren’t, in and of themselves, pleasant.” The Art of Enjoying The Burn (via)
– I feel this: Live to Make Enamel Sign
– This Best Bud + Patch card is adorable.
– A resource for learning about indigenous territories, languages and treaties native-land.ca
– “de-personalizing” the situation by viewing feedback as useful data rather than an attack on your character. Pay attention to the facts you’ve received rather than your emotional response to it, and compartmentalize the feedback by incorporating only what’s useful to you. How to deal with negative feedback
– Meg Lewis created a self-discovery workbook and video series empowering to be you, called FullTimeYou. This looks fun.
– This Tweet on dating made me laugh, then sigh.
– How to Work Alone, by Paul Jun
– I captured my favorite NYC moment of this week. It was glorious!
– An old mobile home turned into a swimming pool. So cool!
– Thoughts of dog. Made me chuckle.
– Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world.
– “The point is, when you’ve been conducting your working life at the speed of a freight train, it takes quite a long time to roll to a stop and/or point yourself in a new direction—toward a new way of being, living, and working.” Confessions of a Burnt Out Over-Achiever
– I am collecting favorite songs to dance to. What is yours?
– A big thank you to the Noun Project for sponsoring my blog this week.