Month: September 2016 (page 1 of 7)
“Dress for Success has been outfitting disadvantaged women for nearly two decades. Can clothes really open up a whole world?”
I love this. What a great organisation. I was just inspired to see if there’s a local chapter in Sydney, and there is! I’m going to donate some cash to them, and instead of taking old clothes to the Op Shop in the future, any good things are going straight to them.
- guardianstage: 'I came to see it all as a love story' @David_Suchet on starring in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? @AlmeidaTheatre https://t.co/QOMg5ovcDS
- lucykbain: Dev used Pride and Prejudice response gif (from the BBC version no less!) at work today. So good! cc @web_goddess… https://t.co/msZ4XA5Cc0
- trycatchally: Is this an easter egg or a bug? https://t.co/POaul80Ilv
Last month I went to a talk with my friend Amy called “How to Find Balance: Mindfulness to strengthen focus, clarity and productivity”. A panel of experienced meditation practitioners told us their stories and then walked us through some exercises. It was great, and I walked away energised and ready to start making meditation part of my daily routine. And then I promptly forgot about it and never did any of it.
BUT today I found this handy 2 minute “Meditation 101” video which has renewed my inspiration. (I also really like the animation and voiceover!) So I’m going to create a “Meditate for 5 minutes” task on my To Do list and commit to doing it every day. (Thanks to kottke for the video.)