“Every day, try to find one little bit of annoyance in the apartment/home/shack and shift it. Do this for 30 days and you’ll have an entirely new home in spirit, if not possessions.”
— Craig Mod, Roden 037
This has been working wonders for the spirits in my house too.
This morning’s thought: Love takes courage. The price of love is vulnerability. The deeper the love, the more vulnerable one must become. To love, is to open one’s self up to another and trust them with the power to carve the deepest of wounds. Love is a kind of bravery.
Having cleaned my fountain pens a few days back, I’m trying something new for me. I’ve only inked up one of them and plan to only use that one until it runs dry. That way, I don’t have a bunch of inked up pens not getting used fast enough, thus, drying out before I get to them.
Up my alley: The Plain Text Project.
(via Steve Best)
Resiliency through redundancy.
There’s little question at this point that we will all come out of this somewhat changed.