I’ve been working on a collaborative writing project, but today I’ve been stood up by my writing partner!
Instead of fretting, I’m embracing. Feels like an unexpected day off, to catch up on stuff like updating the ol’ bloggity blog (Kia Ora!) and I just might fold some washing and do a bit more work on an article I’ve been slogging away at.
Oooooh … or I could unroll my mat and indulge some sneaky online practice: Yoga with Adriene, I love you. What would you do with some unexpected hours to yourself?
First, please enjoy some links from your geeky friend (that’s me).
First, another angle on the importance of relationship. This is from the folks at Harvard Medical School and it touches on the value of existing relationships between patients and doctors. You don’t say … !
Here is a link to a piece by the Scientific American summarising some interesting findings from (their descriptor, not mine!) a Giant Brain Fest. And even though they shouldn’t have to, here is some info about the ways that the American Academy of Pediatrics is advocating for children to have access to recess (we’d call it ‘playtime’).
Here is a li’l something from Mothering mag, about the ways that loving touch can alter an infant’s DNA, and HERE is a piece from the Atlantic about Tristan Harris, who I love. He founded the “Time Well Spent” movement, and he is like Jamie Oliver promoting healthy eating to fast food lovers … except the fast food is addictive technology, and his name is Tristan, not Jamie. But still … you get my analogy, eh?
I love how they use WMD – not as “Weapons of Mass Destruction” as that abbreviation has historically been used, but as “Wireless Mobile Devices”, with the destructive potential implied.
Also, same but different, this from the Guardian … a piece about a rehab in Washington State for those addicted to tech.
Finally, a sweet video from the lovely outgoing editor of OHbaby! mag, Ellie. Enjoy x x x