10 May 2015
spreading some internet love
I love Emily McDowell's work. Now even more that she launched the Empathy Cards - brilliant and helpful idea. (via Silvia)
Being sick can be really lonely. One major reason is because most people don't know what to say, so they disappear, or say the wrong thing entirely. And as a friend, it IS hard to know what to say. I created Empathy Cards because I believe we need some better, more authentic ways to communicate about illness and suffering. My goal for this collection is to help people connect with each other through truth, and to help people with illness feel seen and understood. I think these are the most important things I’ve designed so far, and they’re some of my favorites.
A beautiful text.
The Worrier's Guide to Life (hilarious! and so me...)
I live in a one-bedroom flat with my partner and baby son. So yes, to keep sanity, we embrace minimalism and here's 18 five-minute decluttering tips to get you started.
I loved the inspiration from Austin Kleon's book "Steal Like an Artist" so I'm curious about the Journal...
I knew it! This is going to be printed and hanged in the kitchen! (via a cup of jo)
My favourite way of travelling is no doubt by train. So my friend Elinor hit my soft spot when she sent me this amazing list of this 10 espectacular train journeys... #daydreaming
Have a lovely Sunday!