I am a scrapbooker and love collecting ideas, inspiration, photos, and random bits and pieces from my life. While I love my small Moleskine journals and carry them most places with me, the glue/pen combo that slides right into a loop on the journal is so smart.
Come April, maybe I’ll be carrying one of these around. (Or maybe two if I can’t decide between the Mod and Doodle styles.)
Links to five things that have been inspiring me this week.
In no particular order:
Innovation/Leadership: Fast Company Design lifts up Apple and IKEA and offers an argument for why designers–not users–should drive innovation.
Wellness: Good.is reports that youth in a Naperville, Illinois, high school who participated in physical activity just before classes improved reading and math scores. What if we had fitness classes before
Education: RSA Animate offers a video illustration of one of Sir Ken Robinson’s talks on how our education systems are killing creativity.
Technology/Youth Ministry: danah boyd writes about teens, Twitter, and managing privacy in public. A favorite line from the article: “Access to content is not the same as access to interpretation.”
Ministry:Rachel Held Evans reflects on the Epic Fail Pastors’ Conference and encourages pastors to tell the truth and be more transparent with their own struggles.
reflections from the intersection of faith + design + storytelling + business + technology