One scoop of spring, please!
– Maggie Doyne’s Blink Now organization now sells goods which are crafted by the Kopila Valley Women’s Cooperative. I love this so much!
– Weekends looks like a wonderful animation.
– Remember some of these beautiful posters by Herbert Leupin from growing up in Switzerland
– Wait what? This is how you eat a pineapple?
– Thats a pretty incense holder
– I like this laundry canvas truck
– A minmal backpack. I like.
– 20 questions with… Oliver Jeffers
– Legal advice for startups by Johnathan Rees
– The promising young studio Hawraf is shutting down. The four partners decided to go out by publishing comprehensive documents about how they ran their business.
– “The path to become unmistakable is the willingness to be wrong, to be criticized and most of all, to matter. And if you’re willing to do something that matters, you are likely to be in the minority – and it probably means you’re doing something that’s unmistakable.” — Seth Godin
– I Love NYC!
– Thrilled about Tattly’s latest collaboration with the wonderful Loveis Wise.
– “The nicest people always come through the CreativeMornings Job Board.” Yep!
Berners-Lee has seen his creation debased by everything from fake news to mass surveillance. But he’s got a plan to fix it.
– Be Like Water: The Philosophy and Origin of Bruce Lee’s Famous Metaphor for Resilience/ (Tattly licensed his famous words and turned them into tattoos!)
– A Beginner’s Guide to Backing Up Photos (Thanks Ajay)
– I own one of these Disco Ball Tumblers and it gives me a ridiculous amount of joy.
– A Thermometer broke at -62°C (-80°F) in the world’s coldest village. Totally impressive photos.
– This hero bookend made me chuckle.
– This stop motion made me giggle.
– Love this geometric ring.
– Adam Grant and his wife share tips on how to negotiate your way to a better marriage
– What a treasure trove! 36 Ideas for Finding More Creativity & Meaning in Your Daily Work
– I bought this pretty three minute hourglass and now my kids brush their teeth longer. It works.
– See you at the Women’s March in NYC tomorrow, wearing these.
Life is never a straight line, that’s for sure. Fine / Not Fine print by Marc Johns.
– “People are the way they are because of wounds they have not tended to. Whatever the reason, we cannot heal another. Only they can.” Read the full article here.
– A few simple tricks to be less on your phone.
– Love the idea of a swing as a night table in this post. But good luck putting beverages on it, as shown in the photo.
– This made me laugh: Productivity hacks to rule kindergarten like a Silicon Valley boss (via)
– Lovely! Dipped hoop earrings.
– Whoa! Check out this experimental bike which features a frame that twists in the middle.
– I like this minimal Wonky Grid Duvet Cover
– 5 Mantras for Dealing with Difficult People and Tense Situations. I really liked the first one: “Don’t push buttons that don’t need to be.”
– Beautiful project by Adobe Resident Aundre Larrow studying how our sense of place impacts us.
– A literal nest egg, to collect change and be smashed when full. (Ouch, the price though)
– I want one: ‘Kniterate‘, a digital desktop knitting machine, will help you make custom clothing from scratch.
– Mailchimp (100% bootstrapped) has an “investor relations” page about their investments in their community
– I love love love the new Tattly Mod Florals Set by Inaluxe.
– “Observation is no substitute for doing.” On being a bad manager, by Jason Fried.
– “There’s a lot of anxiety right now about Gen Z’s amount of screen time. But have you seen what we’re up to?” Letter home from Camp Wolfram
– Here’s a wall hook for the cycling obsessed.
– Start Planning for Fall Now With This Interactive Foliage Map
– The remarkable James Victore is sharing his wisdom
– If you close the Amazon app, get off the couch, and shop at independent shops this holiday season, you could be helping rebuild your local economy.
– A monthly expenses template for digital workers. Digital expenses sum up quickly.
– You can now see Instagram Stories on the web.
– Son secretly makes a video about his mom to help her find a boyfriend
– Practical:Sink Caddy.
– MIT researchers created a workout suit with ventilating flaps that open when you sweat and get hot.
– Instagram takes up 30% of mine: How to see which apps are wasting your iPhone battery
– psst… Tattly is running a Labor Day Sale. Get 30% off on all pairs with code SUMMERVIBES30.
Yes they look ridiculous but I would totally use one of these privacy helmets called Helmfon.
(Anyone know who created this?)
– Download 200+ Free Modern Art Books from the Guggenheim Museum
– Shining a light on the positive impact immigrants have on the world: thebrightside.co
– Seth Godin is going to teach you how to tell stories that resonate with his brand new online seminar.
– The wonderful Olimpia Zagnoli launched a Skillshare class.
– An alarm rug that forces you to get up. Brilliant and annoying.
– Dieter Rams’ classic design principles updated for the tech industry
– Nomadic gardener rents people’s yards to grow produce
– Here’s your chance to explore Sicily with one of my favorite humans, Linda Sarris, aka The Cheeky Chef. A week of Italian culture and culinary delights. YES!
– Page Weight lets you see how images affect your page speed.
– Helen Dealtry makes beautiful scarves.
– This wall rack is beautiful and practical. The two conditions that have to be met to enter my home.
– A person is a person through other persons. “We know from everyday experience that a person is partly forged in the crucible of community. Relationships inform self-understanding. Who I am depends on many ‘others’: my family, my friends, my culture, my work colleagues.” (via one of my favorite newsletters)
– Jamila Woods – “Holy”
– Beautifully designed weight training equipment? Wow!
– I want to give this Make-Ahead “Ham & Cheese” Breakfast Casserole a try!
– “No parent should ever have to decide if they can afford to save their child’s life. It just shouldn’t happen.” Jimmy Kimmel
– Love what Jason Fried is doing over at Basecamp with their new referral program: You save $50 on your first month if you sign up with this link and the best part: They are going to be donating $50 per signup to the Chicago Food Depository.
– I feel great. I feel great. I feel great.