Saw this on social media and thought I’d share. It is pretty cool. With all of the serious maneuvering going on in Congress, I thought it would be fitting to have a Friday moment of levity. Have a great weekend, everyone!
There is a very good article on motherhood in today’s New York Times, called “The Birth of a Mother.” When a child is born, the focus tends to be on the baby. But, parents change drastically. Before our son graduated high school, the school asked parents to meet as a group with a child-development expert.
I just received our most-recent electricity bill. It’s zero. Last September, we installed solar panels onto the back side of our roof. Mrs. T. felt strongly about it, I dragged my feet, but, in the end, went with it. She found a few vendors, we interviewed the one we liked most, and then had a
I’m really grateful to Jacqueline de la Rosa, who mentioned ArtLifting.com. It’s a website that features art from disabled and/or homeless artists. TechCrunch had a really good article on the site (here). I really like how the company is striving for “profit with a purpose.” I particularly like how making art, and then selling it,
For fun, I periodically Google my Myers-Briggs type. Yes, I need a life. I’m a big fan of the test, as it helps name people’s style preferences, and I’ve found it to be pretty accurate both in work and home settings (all of my blog posts on Myers-Briggs here). So, I found this article very interesting.
We are founding investors in Cloze. But, I’m writing this because Cloze is an app I use every day, multiple times a day. I can access it on my laptop or my mobile devices. A game-changer for me. Along with email, calendar and weather, Cloze has become a “must have” in my life. I think