A New Year’s resolution is a tradition, most common in the Western Hemisphere but also found in the Eastern Hemisphere, in which a person makes a promise to do an act of self-improvement or something slightly nice, such as opening doors for people beginning from New Year’s Day…
I was little bit late to post about that but I want to reassure you: I wrote down my resolution in time on my 2016 planner (look this photo).
But I felt that I’ve missed something and that’s it: an article open my mind ” Earlier this week, Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, posted a few new year’s resolutions on Facebook . His physical goal for 2016? To run one mile a day for 365 days. Props to Zuckerberg for bringing awareness to health and fitness, but he’s not the first one to come up with the idea”
Yes, of course…I set a few realistic goals but I didn’t really insert an hard one…and we decided (yes my and my soulmate) to set this goal: to do everyday ten push-up. It’s realistic because we’re in shape, we’re healthy but it’s difficult because we live blended in a society that ask you constantly to do more and more and more, giving up what that really matter to you to do something else.
Now it’s the time to reclaim our time and do things that we love…and that we’re inspired to do.
I’d like to suggest you to spend few minutes looking and this pictures
they’re lovely and obviously the name of the website it’s everyday love art.
Also I’d loke to share with you just few articles that captured my mind: the first one is about JDBanke an artist from Seattle how define it’s self with this words I use my intuition when I paint and create installations. I don’t believe in dressing simple ideas in frilly costumes to appease conventions. I enjoy what I do. Interesting !
The second one it’s about the Science of Taste that describe 12 fun facts you might not know (such as the fact that tastes can be genetically determined, or the fact that sweeter foods create stronger food memories).
And last but no least an article from The New York Times titled ‘Design Thinking’ for a Better You: Bernard Roth, a prominent Stanford engineering professor, says that design thinking can help everyone form the kind of lifelong habits that solve problems, achieve goals and help make our lives better. “Design thinking on the highest level is a way of reframing the way you look at the world and deal with issues, and the main thing is this idea of empathy,” Dr. Roth says. “If you have tried something and it hasn’t worked, then you’re working on the wrong problem.”
Ok folks I think that’s all for today
See you soon!