These articles held my interest this week:
Enjoy these twelve creative articles.
Don’t spend one more day not knowing about these things:
For your weekend reading pleasure. Lose yourself for an hour in these great articles.
A feast for the eyes, a banquet for the heart.
4, 6, and 7 are especially beneficial for the new year.
- I’ve read a bunch of these memoirs and found a few to add to my TBR pile.
- Natural fashion.
- For all the writers. Especially the freelancers. Do you deserve a reward today?
- How to be a good father.
- I love The Frugal Crafter! Here’s an upcycling project she recently posted. I love the video as well as the instructions.
- Ways to put failures and setbacks into perspective. (Warning: the F-word is used liberally in this article.)
- Using the Da Vinci Schedule to increase your productivity and prevent burnout.
- I think my next quilt project for myself should be a red-and-white Christmas quilt. Some of these done up in Christmas fabrics would work very nicely.
- I’d love to see the tools this artist used to cut this lacy octopus.
- Why art matters.
- I find this sculpture particularly moving.
- Your creativity requires structure.
I apologize—I forgot to post some Juice for you last week.
Here’s the latest installment of creative ideas from all over the web:
- Prize-winning photographs.
- If you haven’t read these classics, you should.
- Beautiful tangles!
- 50 years ago they were arrested. What happened to the Freedom Riders between then and now.
- Animals acting like people.
- How have I lived for 65 years without knowing about the existence of these exotic birds?
- This very short article on productivity makes some very good points.
- I love this artist’s watercolor journal.
- Steve Jobs had some dramatic failures, but he credited them as necessary lessons which made his great successes possible in this speech he made six years before his death.
- How the climate of teaching has changed in light of school shootings. (I know this isn’t about creativity, but this essay is so well-written I have to share it with smart people.)
- Stop-motion animation.
- Need wall art? There’s a robot for that.
Just in time for weekend reading: