Five years ago, my son Tilo, 5 y/o at the time, recorded an instructional video on how to draw a person. It brings me so much happiness.
– “Putting 12oz of Oatly into your latte and adjusting for the higher GI of maltose means adding almost a tablespoon of table sugar to your drink.” Oatly: The New Coke (This makes me sad, as I love the brand so much. Didn’t realize it was so sugary. Also, read the first comment, seems to counter what the article says.)
– What are the world’s most interesting people reading? Books Read By
– I am here for my purpose, by Brené Brown.
– I love Holley’s answer to: “How do you decide who you want to connect with?”
– I am here for Zach’s blob touch experiments.
– Marketing is about making soulful bets (Mailchimp always got this!)
– This packable travel bottle seems nifty.
– Adam JK launched the 2021 version of his Unsolicited Advice 2021 Planner
– This Not To Do List Instagram account made me look.
– Every Sunday at noon ET my friend Tony LeRoy offers a donation based guided meditation. You can access it via Zoom or Facebook or even as simple as via Instagram. Here is one of his recent ones. I always feel so good coming out of these.
– I like the SOMA Sport Bottle.
– This is a lovely and unusual looking chair.
– I wear this Mudra pendant every day. Absolute favorite.
– Fred Dust wrote a book outlining seven essential elements of meaningful conversations. Pre-Ordered! You will also be able to listen to it.
– VOTE mask!
– “I saw a post on LinkedIn that recommended adding an emoji at the beginning of your name because you could see who was using some sort of automation tool to send out connection requests. I can confirm it works.”
– I immensely inspired by how sawyer shares the books he’s read. Best part: When you click on the book you can see his highlights. (Unless he listened to it as an Audiobook)
– I grew up in a house where talking about death was totally normal. So, articles like this don’t make me uncomfortable: Why I Hope to Die at 75, An argument that society and families—and you—will be better off if nature takes its course swiftly and promptly
– Urgently Looking For Anti-Racism Training for Your Company? Start Here.
– I highly recommend Baratunde’s new podcast How to Citizen. So timely. So good.
– Can’t wait to read this one: Be Water, My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee
– Earlier this week I wrote about how I have been holding my breath since March.
– The fashion instruction that made Parsons world famous is now available online. The Parsons’ Fashion Design certificate covers design fundamentals — from color theory to flat sketching. A big thank you to Parsons at Open Campus for sponsoring my blog this week.