I assiduously follow Amelia and Dave Jensen on social media. They are living a cool life. In Alberta, Canada, they run a fishing lodge and a guide service. Then, during the N. American winter, they head to New Zealand to camp and fish during that hemisphere’s summer. And, they post some amazing videos, like the one
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,
I just bought my first piece of art. A friend, James Cooke, built a one-of-a-kind desk lamp for me. Here’s a picture of it. I’m writing about this because I’m very grateful for the insane creativity and amount of work. I’m also writing this because I think it’s important to support artists in our community.