Friday, April 1, 2011

Friday's Lovelies : 4.1.11

A list of silly April Fool's Day Pranks + Free Printable Fake Parking Ticket + Free Printable Faux IRS Audit Pack + Prank vs Prank on YouTube (some vids not nsfw)

Two powerful posts by Kate Swoboda : choose your masters wisely & all you really need to do is breathe

A Letter To My Younger Self by Jen Saunders

Zen isn’t a habit by Karen Maezen Miller

These Instant Comfort Pocket Boxes are so sweet!

Just a few awesome blog posts inspired by Be Gentle, Be Love:

Joyfulness & Making Art
Fragility & Kindness
Love, it happens when we open our hearts
Serenity Triggers: the Dance of Smiles
Musings on Strength
Musings on Joyfulness

If you ever had trouble forgiving someone, the above video by Marie Forleo is for you, wise-wise words.

Are you on Instagram? I am (kindovermatter) - here are 10 Totally New Ways to Play with Instagram!

Wash out your mouth with hope

Maria Shriver Interviews the Famously Private Poet Mary Oliver (found via Zen At Play)

The Laundromat Project is a community-based public art non-profit that brings arts programming to laundromats in the Greater New York area through two core programs: Create Change Public Artist Residency and Works in Progress. Both programs seek to raise the quality of life for people whose incomes do not guarantee broad access to mainstream arts and cultural facilities. (found via Etsy's Blog)

Smitten with these Printable Polaroid Camera Kits (found via Swap-bot)

Happy Weekend Lovelies,
see you Monday!

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jademichlel said...

Jill said...

I. Love. You! That's all there is too it.
You have made my day, my week...I am in SUCH a Great mood now.
I will definately pass it on.
Thank you~Thank you~Thank you! XOXOXOXO!!!

Jeremiah Stanghini said...

The opening picture reminds me of my inclination to the "positive" phrasing as a way to make it easier for the brain to remember things. While I still like it and believe it's useful, I think that it's better for memory if it's phrased as: "Always remember your dreams." or something to that effect.

"Never forget your dreams" (to the brain) could easily be read as (forget your dreams). :-)

With Love and Gratitude,


Joe said...

Hello! Thanks for featuring my photo! Have a great weekend!
This blog is really neat! It's always been my dream to have a well-known blog feature a photo of mine. :P


PesistentGreen said...

What a joy to brush elbows with such fabulous people. Thank you so much for including my blog post (Fragility & Kindness). I'm not sure I would have been able to express the same grace without the guidance of your lovely course. Hugs!

April Cole said...

Such sweet treats this Friday, thank you for sharing the goodness! :]

Josephine Brooke Harriman said...

What a full post....I loved the instant comfort boxes and the "letter to my younger self", I love the idea and actually addressed my "30 at 30" birthday list to my "younger self" on everydayjuju last month. Thanks for all the uplifting goodies!

yasmeen @ wandering spice said...

really happy to have stumbled on your great blog. had a rough week - lost someone very dear to me. all this positive energy is really helping.

Jeremiah Stanghini said...

This is a fantastic video! I've seen it make the rounds of "forwards" at least a dozen times. I always smile whenever I see it in my inbox (or someone on facebook re-posting it).

With Love and Gratitude,


Sarah @ Maison Boheme said...

Lovely post as always! I especially like the "letter to my younger self". Brilliant.

Ville Titus said...

same here...


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