This one got my attention.
Followed shortly by this one, by the same researcher/story teller (although they may have been given in reverse order originally).
“We cannot selectively numb the dark emotions. When we numb vulnerability and fear and shame of not being good enough, we by default numb joy.” -Brene Brown
As a teacher but more so as a learner, I’m always interested in ideas on education, especially drastic differences like the ones highlighted in this article. I’d like to see more to support the western vs. eastern dichotomy (seems like it could just be a difference between some American schools and some Japanese schools), but overall the article seems to point to an important distinction.
How do we view struggle, and how do we act on it in practice, as opposed to the lip service we all can easily pay it?
I may or may not be a bit a of a word nerd, definitely a book nerd, so when I saw these shirts with books written on them, I naturally didn’t know any better than to think they’re cool. I even like some of the visual interpretations of the books too. Well done, Litographs.com.
I found a blog that just took an hour or more of my life away…. while I’m in India! The idea is simple: what’s do you carry with you every day? Followers contribute photos of their carries, and everyone checks them out. I can see this definitely fueling a frenzy of materialism, but yeah… it’s what I’ve discovered lately. If you’re curious, it’s called EDC (Every Day Carry).
Every once in a while I see some photos that inspire me to want to get into photography. Today, these are those photos.
If you’ve ever wondered, now you know.
I like this, a couple who shared the experience of their first 100 days married.
I like that they’re digging into what it’s like to be married. I like that they’re experimenting. And I like that they’re creative enough and perceptive enough create an interesting brand around what they’re doing. Come on… The Walking UnWed? What’s not to like about that?