“The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.”
And from Bernadette Jiwa, I was referred to this insightful read on being great.
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Food for thought from Elizabeth Gilbert: “I’ve never met a bored person who isn’t also boring.”
On consistency, from this fascinating read on how the Simpson’s is made: “Characters are drawn to match a model sheet—a guide of established poses and expressions for the show’s characters. Whenever Homer shouts with joy, the style sheet explains, his mouth opens in just this way.”
Zen Habit’s rules for getting organized and decluttered.
40 hilariously honest advertising slogans.
Crave the background noise of a coffee shop without the $6 latte? Your wish is granted.
It’s like an oracle for your business.
On showing up and being seen. What it takes. Brené nails it, yet again.
Oh great. This means I’m doomed: Study confirms that ending your texts with a period is terrible. Guilty as charged.
The creative process, simplified.
Words to remember: “It’s preposterously uncomfortable to be inauthentic.”
—Jim Gordon in On Being interview with Krista Tippett.
Sometimes the truth hurts: “[Social media] is contrived images and edited clips ranked against each other. It’s a system based on social approval, likes, validation, in views, success in followers. It’s perfectly orchestrated self-absorbed judgement.”
Ironically, words I absolutely live by: “. . .but words rarely change things. Actions do.”