Bits and Clips March 2019

Bits and Clips March 2019

Bits and Clips March 2019

This bits and clips post is a monthly feature where I share the best that I saw, read, or heard on the internet during the month, in both memes and links. I hope you find below something that educates, inspires, motivates, or interests you!


Gigi Horr Liverant: Beauty in Failure

Island Music: Nine Silhouettes

Arts-Integrated Pedagogy May Enhance Academic Learning

Ellen Van Dusen and George Sowden Unveil Collaboration with UNIQLO

‘Arts teaching could become more important than maths in tech-based future’ – education expert

Painting Sunsets in Pastel


This Guy Uses Books To Create Magnificent Self-Portraits

Stunning Photo Series Spotlights the Graceful Movements of Dancers

Texas Bluebonnets


The Amazing and Unexpected Power of Prayer

A New View, A New Life

What’s Your Self Image?

How Can I Learn to Love Myself?

Soar, Land, and Sway


The Most Populous Cities in the World from 1500 to 2018

New 4000-Mile Trail Will Let People Bike Across US on One Path

5 Steps of Compartmentalization: The Secret Behind Successful Entrepreneurs

Jacinda Ardern Has Rewritten the Script for How a Nation Grieves After a Terrorist Attack

His Mom Taught Him Something that Changed a Little Girl’s Life

Nike: Dream Crazier

Bill Gates Spells Out Democrats’ Tax Plans as a Capital Gains Hike

The Best Thing to Give Up the Lent is Not Chocolate

What most parents of gifted children wish they had known about college planning


What Gretchen Rubin Read in March

Tips for getting more Reading Done

The Best Bookstores in All 50 States

How a target of students’ ire came to write a book about humanity’s transcendent goodness.

My Father’s Stack of Books


Brene Brown Netflix Special


Soups that Taste Like Spring


A Bright Sadness: Away Grief’s Gasping

and Hope:

Portland’s Ban on Synthetic Pesticides Goes into Effect

I Marvel

Meet the boys who rescued that kid hanging off a Grouse Mountain chairlift

Baltimore 7th Grader is Now National Chess Champion




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