Link Pack

Tenderly by Roland Tempelaar

How Should We Meet? And Who Decides? by Priya Parker

– This is so real and shows how broken most of the web is today: This is how we experience the internet today.

– I like the look of this refillable mouthwash container.

These ceramic heads make me smile.

– Whoa, design-y toilets from France.

– Random and weirdly delightful: Teaching cats to ring a bell

Parents Are Not Okay. We’re not even at a breaking point anymore. We’re broken. By Dan Sinker

Nature Track is a podcast that opens a window on the beautiful sounds of the Australian wilderness. These long, uninterrupted soundscapes are the perfect relaxing soundtrack for your work, exercise, meditation or sleep.

Miniature Calendar (via)

You’re Still Exhausted, by Anne Helen Petersen (via)

– A few years back, Lara Hogan wrote the book Demystifying Public Speaking. Now she made it available online, for free. (Via Kai)

– Yes to these ultra-absorbent, washable cloths. They are free of all plastics, petrochemicals.

Questions Jason Fried asks when checking references. (The question I always ask is “Would you hire this person again?”)

Hair-ties that look like bracelets. Smart.

Ikea is launching a furniture buyback program

Stoop concerts. I love you Brooklyn.

The Humane Home, a sustainable living guide. Via Kai Brach’s remarkable Newsletter Dense Discovery.

– Come work with me! CreativeMornings is hiring a Support Coordinator. You will make friends around the world. Seriously.

– Pretending is fun. Put some Tattly on you.

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2 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Thank you for this weekly dose of inspiration. I was pleased to see Nature Track get a mention, it’s a lovely study soundtrack. ‘Gentle rain on a tin roof in the outback’ is a favourite.

  2. Nature track is wonderful, but you owe us 8c a day. Ta.

    (Any Australian will tell you why … having said that, enjoy the ABC and have a look at their podcasts. Many are excellent. “Conversations” is a good place to start.)