Weekend Reading

July 28, 2013


Hello friends! I hope you’ve been having a great weekend. Here are a few things that have caught my eye (and imagination) lately:

Creatively Living by Jason Hudson
If you’re not already reading Jason’s blog get to it. Just spend the rest of the day digging through his archives. Jason, a super talented photographer and writer, has been spending the better part of the year traveling the world with his long time boyfriend. He recently wrote this post about travel and being a working creative that hit close to home. Check it out.

Why Time Slows Down When We’re Afraid, Speeds Up As We Age, and Gets Warped on Vacation by Maria Popova via Brain Pickings
As I get older, I’ve noticed that time has become such a stretchy dimension. Under the gun, I can get as much done in two hours as I could in two weeks. Some days, weeks, and months, pass in the blink of an eye. Other days – moments and seconds even – seem to last a lifetime. This article is an interesting read for anyone interested in time, perception, and experience.

Meghan Currie’s YouTube Channel
Okay – this isn’t an article but rather a collection of YouTube videos of yogi Meghan Currie. I’ve fallen out of my yoga practice over the past few months – but Meghan Currie’s stop-motion videos always inspire me to get back on the mat.

The Goodwin Project
I got so many amazing responses and comments in this post in which I reveal my desire (and fears) around having a family but also wanting to go on adventures. A blog reader directed me to The Goodwin Project – a documentation of a family of modern-day nomads who use the world as their classroom. I’ll be spending my Sunday digging through the archives.

Let me know what you’ve been reading! I’m especially interested in finding new blogs to become addicted to.

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