Good Morning

How would you like your eggs this morning?

Trust Your Body

“trust your body
it reacts to right and wrong
better than your mind does
it is speaking to you”
— Rupi Kaur

Material Dock

Wow, now this is a stylish way to charge your Apple devices. Well done, studio neat.

Color Wheel Socks

These Color Wheel Socks make me so very happy.

Aphorisms on Kindness

“We can be kind and successful, kind and exciting, kind and wealthy and kind and potent. Kindness is a virtue awaiting our rediscovery and our renewed, un-conflicted appreciation.”
Aphorisms on Kindness

One’s Own World

“To create one’s own world takes courage.”
— Georgia O’Keeffe

This Winter Coat! OMG!

This sculptural winter coat by Moncler stopped me in my tracks. There’s also a dress that goes with it. I love EVERYTHING about this!

Attention: You Are Wonderful

A guerrilla art series of unexpected sayings on metal street signs, installed in public spaces. Love this project by April Soetarman. She is running a Kickstarter so you can get your own sign, here.

Cutting Mat Scarf

This Cutting Mat Scarf by Naomi Nomi is brilliant. (Whispers: Hoping for a black version.)

(via Carly)


“anger. is often grief that has been silent for too long.”
Nayyirah Waheed

Friday Link Pack

How playing an instrument benefits your brain

– I regularly go through my quotes archive to unearth some gems I have forgotten about. Fascinating to see my personal evolution in the quotes I saved over the years. You can see all of my collected quotes from the last 13 years here.

– These Avocado Chips look delicious.

– This Thumb Wrestling Game could be fun at family gatherings.

– I want to experience this.

Ceramic phone amplifier. Like how this looks.

Urgent versus important

Apply to travel the world for free for 4 months with the sole purpose to make friends.

– This article on leaf blowers made me laugh. I hate them. Wholeheartedly. My neighbor across the street uses one and it turns me into a total hater. “The tragedy of the leaf blower is that it makes assholes of us all, users and neighbors alike.”

6 Things No One Tells First-Time Homebuyers

Revelations in a Wheelchair | A recently disabled New York City photographer gets an education in the discrimination that people like him must face.

This case turns your Apple watch into an original iPod

Michelle Obama’s book tour playlists, curated by Questlove

– “They measured three types of perfectionism: self-oriented, or a desire to be perfect; socially prescribed, or a desire to live up to others’ expectations; and other-oriented, or holding others to unrealistic standards.” The Problem With Being Perfect

– In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. Here are the 17 Goals.

– This seems like a fun game grown-up party game.

– WHAT?! Macy’s used to set the balloons free after the Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York ended and offered rewards for their return

– If you’re in NYC, here are two exhibits worth checking out: Hilma af Klimt at the Guggenheim and Do Ho Suh’s translucent apartment at the Brooklyn Museum

– Proud of my team’s approach to the Black Friday Sale: Tattly is donating proceeds to DonorsChoose, supporting art teachers and their projects. Discount code HEARTART30 gets you 30% off until Monday night!

– Thank you Onsen for sponsoring my blog and RSS Feed this week. (Their towels are *the best*!)

Cool jobs to apply for: There are over 1,200 jobs listed on the new CreativeMornings job board. Search full time, part time, contract, remote, freelance, internships.

– My friends at FictiveKin in Brooklyn are looking to hire an office manager and executive assistant.

Who’s There Group in Los Angeles is hiring a Content Editor. is hiring a Senior Product Designer. Remote friendly!

STORY in NYC is looking for a Director of Visuals and Store Design

See all of the jobs.

Designer Room Cat House

I wouldn’t mind this cathouse in my house. Or, a larger version of it as my house.

♥ / Onsen

A big thank you to Onsen for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week.

Looking for the perfect gift? Then this one’s for you :)

Onsen married functionality with minimalism to craft a lightweight bath towel that dries like its job depended on it. The key to this obsessively designed towel isn’t what they added, but rather what they eliminated. Most towels go through a chemical bathing process so that they feel soft and fluffy, at least at first. Not Onsen. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen relies on premium materials and traditional techniques to deliver a thirsty towel that only gets softer over time.

Visit to see special holiday offers.

(Psst… I have replaced all towels with Onsen towels in my house! LOVE them!)

(Interested in sponsoring a week of my RSS feed, learn more here.)

Forever Pizza

I can’t remember last time art made me chuckle this much. Steph Mantis’ Forever Pizza is pure delight. It’s real pizza, from her family’s pizzeria, encased in acrylic. I just ordered my forever slice.

The Simple Joy of “No Phones Allowed”

“Every time someone in a group of people deploys a screen, the whole group is affected. Each disengaged person in a crowd is like a little black hole, a dead zone for social energy, radiating a noticeable field of apathy towards the rest of the room and what’s happening there.”

Read the full post: The Simple Joy of “No Phones Allowed”

(via Hurry Slowly)

The Fear of Being You

Relationship with Others

“If you love yourself, you love others. If you hate yourself, you hate others. In relationship with others, it is only you, mirrored.”
— Osho

My Favorite Zen New Twitter Account

(via @Hugc)

Quilt Cloak

YES to this Quilt Cloak by Haptic Lab.

Veja x Oliver Jeffers Sneakers

This collaboration between Oliver Jeffers and Veja is wonderful.

First Earth Selfie

Love this Slow Factory scarf featuring the first color image of the whole Earth from 1967. The image was taken with a black an white TV camera which took three photos with a red, green and a blue filter to create the color image. The small ball in front of the picture is a colour match card.

Kindness is Strength

YES to this message. Designed by Anthony Burrill.

100% of proceeds are going to Kindly Collective, a charity which funds and supports grassroots projects in three areas: women, kids, and creatures. The Limited Edition print aims to encourage a wave of kindness to sweep across the country, both in its message and its fundraising.

Apply to Travel The World and Make Friends

My friend Yvonne and her sister Corrinne launched a remarkable project called Yuujou, celebrating friendship.

If you’re a creative type and into traveling, you can apply to be one of the lucky few to be paid to travel around the world for 4 months. Yep, for reals.

This is a privately funded project. No sales pitches or hidden agendas. It is a media project entirely here to underline the importance of friendship and that we are all connected. Refreshing.

Two thumbs up. Apply here.

The Belief of The 4 Minute Mile

(via Danielle La Porte)