|This Week's "I want to go to there": Send me somewhere things aren't quite real.|
Photo by Carlos Bryan.
This collection of physical artifacts used to track data is pretty incredible. From a ball of string with knots that refer to major life events to a stick map, it shows the major value of physical artifacts.
You know how you don't realize something is essential until it's missing? That is definitely the case for this photography project by Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz that features windowless houses. Suddenly, there is something very, very wrong.
Photographer Kaija has a hilarious series of images where she is getting hit in the head by various objects. 100% worth a click.
I love Brooke DiDonato's photos!
"The only way to do a thing is to do it."
Often, when we spring clean, we imagine some idealized version of ourselves: one that is always tidy, that has perfect decor and all the "right" belongings. Because of this, we can hold onto things we never actually need or use -- they reflect some future self we want to become or a past self we can't quite let go of. So here is a more spiritual take on spring cleaning: the best way to spring clean is to make peace with who we are.
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