Bits and Clips for January 2021

Bits and Clips for January 2021

Bits and Clips for January 2021

This Bits and Clips post is a monthly feature of the best I saw or heard on the internet during the past month. This was an unusual month, in that I also posted an edition regarding the insurrection, and another about the inaugural. Here is what else I found informative, helpful, encouraging, inspiring, amusing, and beautiful this past January. I hope you find these links, photos, paintings and memes worthwhile too:

Art:

First Lady Inaugural Ball Coat Design

Renaissance Nun’s ‘Last Supper’ Painting Makes Public Debut After 450 Years In Hiding

The Birth of Pastel

Photography:

Best Photography 2020

Spirituality:

All the Way

Ideas:

Power of Sharing

The Art of Changing Metaphors | Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer 

12 Pathways To Getting Better At Being Good

The Complete List of Trump’s Twitter Insults (2015-2021)

Adam Grant: Are You a Giver or a Taker?

‘In each other’s shadows’: Behind Irish outpouring of relief for Navajo

Why Freedom Became Free-Dumb in America

Science Says You Need to Plan Some Things to Look Forward To

What I Learned About Love When I Stopped Being Honest

Biden’s Covid-19 Plan Is Maddeningly Obvious

Letter to the Editor: What is wrong with this country?

Meet the Black Woman Who Turned Georgia Blue

How to Stop Making Excuses, Complaining and Judging

Books:

A Brief Guide to Tintinology

Adorable ‘Frog and Toad’ Knitting Pattern Inspired by Beloved Children’s Books

Food:

25 Vegan Soup Recipes

Poetry:

Amanda Gorman, Activist and National Youth Poet Laureate

Inaugural Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman performs her Independence Day poem

Marilyn Monroe’s Unpublished Poems: The Complex Private Person Behind the Public Persona

During These Strange and Really Surreal Times

and Hope:

Baby Tortoises Show Up In The Galapagos Islands For The First Time In 100 Years!

Letters from an American- January 26 2020

                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

        

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