The above video was made by my good friends Shanai and Colin at Works Progress. I’ve known Nia since we were 14 (!) and I love the work that they’re doing for artists and rural America. Isn’t awesome when the people you knew as a kid turn out to be awesome adults, too?
I’m adding this book to my nightstand.
This graduation speech about regret is so lovely and moving.
So here’s something I know to be true, although it’s a little corny, and I don’t quite know what to do with it:
What I regret most in my life are failures of kindness.
Max Wagner’s photo prints are so sweet and joyful and summery. I’d like at least three.
I’m a huge, huge advocate of community colleges – I’ve even considered teaching at one. I really liked Shauna’s musings on why she chose to go to one and what she got out of it.
I love entertaining and I live in an apartment. As such, I liked this post on how to entertain in an apartment.
A tour of a super stylish travel trailer!
These cheeky leather luggage tags are hilarious.
A reminder about work. There are very few perfect jobs. For now, just look for a good one.
Trying to find passion in your professional life? Here are 8 ways to help you do just that!
Scott Albrecht’s prints are positive and somewhat inspirational without being saccharine.
A post devoted to cheese. Love it.
The end of the road(s). Literally.
Interesting! Despite being incredibly social and outgoing, I think I’m actually an introvert. Here are six things you might has mistakenly assumed about us.
Many introverts aren’t shy; they may feel confident and at ease around people, but simply require more alone time to balance out the energy they expend in social situations. Similarly, an extrovert may seek the company of others but feel insecure or uncomfortable in groups.
Here’s another reason I don’t have a data plan on my phone.
Hope you had a great week!