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!

Art:

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

Photography:

This Guy Uses Books To Create Magnificent Self-Portraits

Stunning Photo Series Spotlights the Graceful Movements of Dancers

Texas Bluebonnets

Spirituality:

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

Ideas:

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

Books:

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

Movies:

Brene Brown Netflix Special

Food:

Soups that Taste Like Spring

Poetry:

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

                 

                                                    

                                                          

I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.

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