With thanks to Doug McGinnis for his bee talk at Atlantic Center for the Arts. We learned all about almond groves in Florida, and the lives of commercial beekeepers and their bees, what plants were good tucker, and then honey tasted ourselves into unconsciousness with honey from around the world. Most delicious! Transcript Things I […]
Saying things in condensed format always seems to take a lot of practice. With each new idea the condensation process isn’t necessarily easier, but it can get more efficient and one can get more comfortable with the discomfort it takes to distill! Transcript Thing 1: How do I work on my project? Thing 2: tell […]
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This can apply to adding structure to creative work, or processing feeling feelings. Finding even the smallest bit of beautiful structure can help. Transcript When a feeling is big, sometimes you have to build a structure to hold it first. Thing 1: I think I’ll build a cabin Thing 2: maybe a winding road for […]
Transcript Thing 1: I like these new people Thing 1: So smart, so creative, so many great conversations. Thing 1: They probably think I’m the worst. Thing 2: It’s pro… Thing 1: WORST Thing 2: What makes you think that? Thing 1: because I TALKED to them.
It’s been a busy time at Things Without headquarters. We are proud to announce that 2017 calendars are now available on Spoonflower. It’s a teatowel! It’s a reminder of just a few of the interesting days throughout the year. http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/4748675 World Braille Day World Day of Social Justice Pi Day World Sparrow Day International Day […]