Nathaniel Drew explores the challenge of making friends as adults.
An updated version of Powers of Ten, based on current science. Fascinating.
This made my day.
I had the great pleasure to meet Victor Saad, founder of the wonderfully inspiring Exeperience Institute yesterday. I am so lucky that my work (CreativeMornings) consistently reminds me of the many wonderful humans out there, who are heart-forward, generous, and believe in an optimistic, creative, community driven future. Just like Victor. You can hear more of his story, and especially the Leap Year Project, here.
I needed this humorous and visual comma rules refresher.
My friend Barbara made this Lemon Tart by Claire Saffitz yesterday and I can’t stop thinking about it. It was the most delicious desert I have ever had.
I keep cracking up about this. One of my favorite Schitt’s Creek scenes.
I enjoyed this talk. In her first book, How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy, multi-disciplinary artist and writer Jenny Odell argues that taking control of our attention from the capitalist forces determined to monetize it and reconnecting with the world around us is a critical form of resistance.
Always coming back to this one.
John Cleese Presents His 5-Step Plan for Shorter, More Productive Meetings (1976)
This is moving. Deeply moving.
Dear White Parents offers an intimate view of enlightening, sometimes uncomfortable, family discussions focused on parents helping their children understand racism through current events and sharing their own stories about how they first became aware of racism.
The website Dear White Parents is a remarkable resource to help us raise an anti-racist generation. Have a look at the curated library of age-driven resources and discussion guides, as well as anti-racism workshops and discussions. I appreciate the work that went into this.
This made me smile.