Monday Morning Dispatch - Volume #95

Start your Monday off right: 

  1. The photographer, Xavi Bou, combines multiple images into a single frame creating beautiful patterns from bird's flight path. I love the image of the birds take off from the lake. 
  2. A museum celebrating miniature architecture models is opening up in Tokyo. I would love to wander the hallways finding all the tiny details that their creators put in the models. 
  3. The artist, Petros Vrellis, creates these magnificent portraits using a single thread of string and a circle loom. I have no idea how you learn how to do this. It seems that a couple of wrong threads and it wouldn't work out. 
  4. “Often we imagine that we will work hard until we arrive at some distant goal, and then we will be happy. This is a delusion. Happiness is the result of a life lived with purpose. Happiness is not an objective. It is the movement of life itself, a process, and an activity. It arises from curiosity and discovery. Seek pleasure and you will quickly discover the shortest path to suffering.”  Sir Thomas Lemuel Hawke 
  5. I am the worst at starting daily habits. I have attempted to write daily multiple times. James Clear suggests utilizing the paper clip strategy as a great visual clue to help you achieve your goal. 
  6. Work in the creative fields is defined by subjectivity. You must believe that your idea is good in order to keep producing but we never if we are actually know if we are right. This is the root of the creative stress