Often times I collect articles and notes from things I've read and seen online. If online hoarding was a thing, I'd need an intervention. I'm the type of digital hoarder who'll find an article in a solidified bowl of oatmeal in a dusty corner of my computer hard drive. Gross? Well, it's the truth.
In order to purge some of my finds, I wanted to share them with you today. Because sharing is caring (and it also makes me feel less guilty for hoarding).
This adorable info graphic from Format on how to live like a creative is just too smart. Made my heart glow.
And if you have five minutes, you MUST read The Impostor Syndrome. Augh. So good.
“Very few people have the humility to start as amateurs. They procrastinate doing the work they want in the name of perfectionism. You know these people. The one's who have been saying for years that they're going to do something but never do. Yet inwardly, they're terrified of what other people will think of them. They're caught in a state of paralysis by analysis - too busy calculating and never reaching a state of flow. Rather than doing work their own way, they do what they think will be well-received - being merely imitators of what is already popular.” – Benjamin Hardy
Can we have a moment for this taco pillow? I want to give it to JD for Valentine's Day.
If you're a fellow hoarder and want to share good finds on the web, leave a comment…I can always use more stuff! 😉