Welcome to this “catalog” of what piqued my interest in recent days…
1. We Are All Dots: A Big Plan for a Better World by Giancarlo Marci is one of my favorite kinds of books merging the simplest kind of illustrations with tight text with an important message.
2. What is your learning style? I share this video and survey with my students to help get down to the bottom of theirs.
3. Do you resonate with LinkedIn’s findings on stress levels?
4. Mind maps are an effective note-taking and study tool for students—and useful for grown-ups too!
5. Enjoy this massive collection of visual insights courtesy of Qaspire Consulting.
6. I love it when people think of an idea, then go full tilt with it—like these painted plates of last meals by Julie Green.
7. Lisa Congdon is one of my favorite artists—this Dieline article sums up her work and inspiration well. (And now I’m determined to collect all of those cool Method hand soaps by Lisa’s design!)
8. I’ve made two of these teardrop hanging baskets for storing keys, masks, gloves, etc.
9. ‘Tis the season to be grateful! Share your stories of gratitude with Chicken Soup for Soul for possible publication! (Don’t worry, the deadline for submission isn’t until January.)
10. Anchor provides an easy—and free—way to produce podcasts, even working hand in hand with WordPress to import blog content for conversion to voice. Why not, right?
Have a link to share with me for a future catalog? Please comment below. Thanks for reading!