Wow, these planters are crazy sculptural. I love it!
“You can’t be what you can’t see.”
― Marian Wright Edelman
I was gifted this Monk Oil last week and it makes me happy. I believe it protects and supports me in my day to day, in this bustling city of NYC.
I needed to hear this. I appreciate it Tara Brach so much. She has gotten me through some dark times and keeps reminding me to stay in my heart.
A big thank you to Parsons at Open Campus for sponsoring my blog this week.
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This T-Shirt made laugh. (Also, I own a framed oil-painting of a stick of butter. Seriously.)
10 Years with Hayao Miyazaki: An exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the genius of Japan’s foremost living film director, Hayao Miyazaki. Miyazaki allowed a single documentary filmmaker to shadow him at work, as he dreamed up characters and plot lines for what would become his 2008 blockbuster, “Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea.”
I love love love this Blue Floral Watercolor Tattly Set by Helen Dealtry.
There are some real gems in this conversation between Russell Brand & Brené Brown.
This really got me thinking. Are people doing the best they can? I want to believe they do.
Japanese couple Ryo and Hiromo Yamazaki create custom-made hats for their three cats out of the animals’ own shedded fur. I find this quite amusing.
This illustration by Hallie Bateman definitely speaks to me as I have been (and still am) working through my complicated relationship with money.
I have learned to realize that money is neutral. It’s energy that allows me to do more of what I want to do in the world.
I enjoyed Magic Money, by Holly Alexander on this topic. Is this something you relate to? Anything you have come across that has help you understand and improve your relationship to money?
“Talking about our problems is our greatest addiction. Break the habit. Talk about your joys.”
I don’t remember where I saw this, but it really struck a nerve.