Words, clips and ideas worth your time, energy and attention this weekend.
‘Ten seconds of courage could determine who you marry, who hires you, who invests in your idea, who endorses your book, who says “yes” to your dream,” writes Alexandra Franzen. She teaches the best lessons for life.
10-Line Tuesday is a highlight of my week.
‘A container garden is a party in a box,’ says Gardenista.
Discover how some of the world’s most accomplished individuals survived their darkest moments to build a life living on purpose. You are not alone.
Editor Katie Steel asked a psychologist, philosopher, a rabbi, a mother, wellbeing specialists and writers (including me!) about the positive lessons our fluffy, scaly and, let’s face it, stinky, friends share with us. Can they encourage us to be more in the moment and lead happier lives? Find out more over at Four-Legged Therapy.
Get down to the Horniman Museum for Colour: The Rainbow Revealed and explore the endless ways colour shapes our world.
Courtney Carver invites you to join Project 333: dress with 33 items or less for three months. Up for it?
Interesting interview on building for wellness and the growth of biophilic design in our cities. (No, I didn’t know what it meant either.)
Susannah Conway’s got a new course and she has a great anti-launch pitch for it.
Not new or narcissistic: Aeon Magazine on our compulsion to share news of our lives here.