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This talk moved me.

– This rocking chair knits as you move back and forth.

This is a beautiful Twitter thread on leadership and lifting up the next generation.

The Legacy of Toni Morrison, by Roxane Gay

Carrd: Simple, free, fully responsive one-page sites for pretty much anything.

– I am completely fascinated by this: People retrofit their vintage cars with Tesla motors.

– I want to go here. Please.

– Ears form a heart when you put them side by side. Also the word EAR is in heart. Love this.

PolyGlu is a coagulant made from fermented soybeans to purify water. It’s safe and eco-friendly and just a gram can treat up to 5 liters of polluted water.

– I discovered these Turkish Towels at my local Brooklyn farmer’s market a few months ago, bought a few and am completely in love.

– Over 200 free icebreaker questions you can use to start any team meeting or gathering

– “But the most radical act we can commit is to be well!” The Black Art of Escape, by Casey Gerald.

Nomad List – Best Cities to live and work remotely

– Are you a Miyazaki obsessive? If so, you’ll enjoy this series covering 10 years of his life. (via)

– As a single founder, this moved me: Best friends for 30 years, business partners for 15. Mills and Sinx, Co-founders of ustwo, are a testament to the strength of friendship.

– I like this birds-eye-view photograph of skiers.

22 percent of millennials say they have “no friends”

– Love this question: What are you secretly good at?

– Ah yes, please, DIY Tiny Doors. Made me smile.

This made me laugh.

Embroidery gone tattoo.

– Do you listen to On Being with Krista Tippett? Her team is hiring a Managing Editor. (The CreativeMornings Job Board is global and currently features over 5,600 jobs, ranging from full-time, part-time, remote, contract to internship)

– A big thank you to noissue for sponsoring my blog and RSS Feed this week.

2 Comments leave a comment below

  1. If you like Tiny Doors, then you should check out Ann Arbor’s Fairy Doors!

  2. Love a tiny door – we have http://www.dinkydoors.co.uk appearing around Cambridge (UK), and they are utterly epic!

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