Nata Metlukh’s animation “Awkward” lives up to its name as it transports viewers right back to the last time they bumbled a handshake or didn’t properly judge the distance
– The Curve, social distancing stories that bring us closer together.
– Whoa, this is a treasure trove: Coaching and Feedback Tools for Leaders\
– I love this color wheel. Makes a great gift for a kiddo. Or a kiddo at heart, like me.
– So many resourceful answers in this Twitter thread about how people organizer their favorite recipes.
– Why Some Memories Seem Like Movies: ‘Time Cells’ Discovered In Human Brains, a 3-Minute Listen over on NPR
– I want me a “knuffelcontact”: Everyone Gets a Cuddle Buddy in Belgium’s New Lockdown.
– “To choose to live in a city is, at the end of the day, to choose human nature over Mother Nature. It’s to choose to live in connection with other people, accepting in equal measure all the risks this brings as well as the rewards. It’s the choice to be part of the collective.” The Death and Life of the Greatest American City
– This looks interesting: Compose high-performing audience-based ad copy in seconds with copy.ai
– This is a beautiful book for little ones: Little Champions of Justice, 8 true stories about social justice, courage, and kindness — for ages 6-10
– Poketo teamed up with Casetify and created some beautiful Phone and AirPod cases.
– Sandwich Haikus. Delightful. (And I don’t even like Sandwiches.)
– In No Great Hurry, 13 Lessons in life with Saul Leiter
– I am starting to crack. I downloaded the Petfinder app, looking at adult and senior dogs to rescue. I’ll start out with this black pug sticker for now.
– Not that I have room for fancy frying pans in my small kitchen but this Egg Frying Pan is exciting for an egg sunny side up lover like me.
– I love love love Japan’s Mundane Halloween Costumes
– Tattly Tins bring on the happy.