Tuesday Tidbits - Farewell, Summer.
To me, the end of August brings the last Summer hurrahs - last road trips, last clam bakes, last days laying out in the sun, last baskets of juicy, red strawberries, last mornings or evenings where just a T-shirt and shorts will do. When we break out the light sweaters for morning or night, the signal is clear - Summer is coming to a close. The end of Summer calls out to put our lazy days behind us and to get in gear for the things to come. Goodbye, Summer 2015. You were a hot one!
[Don't worry, the official start of Fall isn't until September 23! My internal clock still follows the start of the new school year as the official end of summer!]
Here's some motivation to get us going:
* The world is your oyster. Eat it up.
* A French perspective on happiness
* Need a creative spark? There's an app for that.
* Being a go-getter is no fun
* Travel the world; be a better entrepreneur.
* Wanna learn a foreign language? Act like a local.
* Where do Europeans go on vacation?
* Girlfriends - illustrated.
* Out: book clubs. In: social change dinners.
* Artist studios - creative minds spill out into the real world.
* And more here... can't get enough.
* Sister Rosemary: Ugandan nun vs warlord
* Quit the internet, cold turkey. Try it.
* See what it's like to hear for the very first time.
* Hold onto the diversity of life. Don't let it fade away.
* A reminder of those we have lost.
* I want to have lived a day in their lives - fearless females.
* Time to get back to work.
* We all were artists once.
* Misty Copeland - bad ass ballerina
* Nostalgia - a provider of meaning
* On getting our heads out of our digital asses and get ourselves dirty
* She-sheds - the new man caves
* Advice from a 40-year-old to a 30-year-old
* Fourteen and sailing the world. What were you doing at fourteen?
* Fathers and their selfies... for their daughters.
* When college is no longer the only option
* Emoji - the evolution of a wordless language
* Fairy tale architecture in Norway
* It can all change with a haircut
* Visual heaven in film
* Inside Hemingway's scrapbook
* Capturing the lost art of unplugged play
* Seeing beauty in animal disabilities
* Parisian bakers on vacation
* Lovely, miniature art
* How to pull it together