I am back once again! Aaah!
Re-doing the kitchen while also working full time and having two little kittens around is a lot of work! I’ve been daydreaming about blogging.
That aside, I had to find time to post about the Amazon discount! I just got $10 off of this book:
A Sketchy Past: The Art of Peter de Seve
So it’s 30% off but only up to $10. Still a pretty good deal!
Limit 1 book discount per account. The code is HOLIDAY30
Enjoy, and happy Thanksgiving!
From the creators:
About this Product
Our entry into the Siri design competition, an accessory which slides onto the iPhone and serves as the ‘face’ of Siri. The androgynous face has a wry, elusive smile suggesting the machine knows something that the user does not. Behind Siri’s all-knowing gaze, the glow of the iphone screen is visible through the sculpture, and the main buttons are still accessible even when the screen is obscured. The design, when placed over the iphone, forces the user to interact with Siri instead of tapping on the screen to engage commands. For more complicated tasks requiring the screen however, the phone can easily be slipped out of the top of the case.
I am sharing this information because I have experienced it first hand. When I was more active I also did more projects and was more excited to do projects. After landing a desk job with a lot of overtime, I have become a lethargic slug that just wants to eat Toblerone and play video games.
How Physical Health Supercharges Creativity
“Physical health seems to always take a back seat to the rest of our lives. Scapegoats include our careers, our dedication to art, our families, our social lives, and so on. So we won’t mind not being in shape, we’ll eat anything that tastes good to cope with stress, and we’ll “sacrifice” sleep to get more done. While this sounds like a noble endeavor, it may not be as effective as you think.”
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