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– My friend Gareth launched a beautifully minimal app that tracks how you feel. Love it.

– I gasped multiple times while listening to this interview with Sherri Mitchell in the latest Hurry Slowly Podcast episode on Showing Up in Fullness.

– A little bit of hope: Scientists Discover Method to Break Down Plastic in Days, Not Centuries

– This is wonderful: Royal frogs, masquerading lemurs, and florals with human faces are just some of the eccentric characters in acclaimed illustrator Bill Mayer’s gouache paintings.

– Now that I own a dog raincoats are on my radar. This is a cool one.

– My kids just told me about Photomath and I am stunned.

– A teenage treasure hunter pulled a safe containing thousands of dollars out of a river and returned the money to its rightful owner. Heart full.

– I love this old-school-looking lightbulb lantern.

– Delightful: Mushrooms, flowers, and fish are just some of the things you’ll find on Aynsley of Knotted Neon’s head.

– These stainless steel side tables are fascinating.

– Photographer captures dogs’ faces as they catch treats mid-air, and it’s sheer, hilarious joy

– Yep, my inner 15 year old wants one of these.

– A new study published in Evolutionary Psychology found that being humorous is the most effective way to flirt for both men and women.

– There are currently over 2,000 jobs listed on the CreativeMornings job board. 625 of them are remote friendly. (My wonderful friend Amit Gupta over at Sudowrite is hiring engineers.)

– Want to pretend you got a sleeve tattoo? Team Tattly got you as they launched their biggest tattoo yet: Say hello to the brand new Tattly Sleve Kits: One by Helen Dealtry and one by Jess Chen.

2 Comments leave a comment below

  1. – Raincoat looks dope
    – That treasure-hunting teen is a good kid
    – That lightbulb lantern is fire
    – Dogs look hilarious
    – That bike is really nice
    – Humor is underrated but some people don’t realize they’re actually not funny

  2. Wonderful, Tina. Thank you.

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