CreativeMornings - 🦋 The deep ecology of life

April 7, 2022
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“Deep ecology reminds us that we’re interconnected and interdependent with life, and that the choices we make as a human species affect the entire world.”


How we can be here for each other, all that is human and non-human, and cherish what we have on this planet? In her talk for CreativeMornings/Palm Beach, Valerie Silidker shares her path of transforming heartbreak into action, from her activism against animal cruelty and marine mammals in captivity to a wider spiritual and ecological awakening. When we assume leadership and advocate for something outside of ourselves, it ripples far beyond than we could imagine. Watch Valerie Silidker’s moving talk and see the world anew. 

Val Silidker is the founder and director of Psychospiritual Institute (PSI). She is passionate about rewilding our hearts and believes that through love and authentic connection we are inspired into action toward a more compassionate and whole world.
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Making Time for a New Look

Our favorite time-tracking software and partner Harvest has a new look! Their refreshed brand better reflects their mission to help teams spend time wisely. Check out the beautiful illustrations and glyphs that nod to the long, long history of people marking and depicting time. 

(From our content partner Harvest)
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Take a fortune, leave a fortune, and other stories of kismet.

“People have 250% more meetings than they did before the pandemic.”

Seven new rules of storytelling, by Carmen Maria Machado, Hrishikesh Hirway, and more. 

City streets where people are the protagonists and cars are the guests. 

This Climate Does Not Exist uses AI to visualize climate disasters

Inspiration for when you’re struggling to write your “about me.” 

An illustrator’s advice for getting started on art journaling.*

”Block traffic" on Google Maps with a wagon of cellphones. 

Four loops that cause creative struggle.

Playing with shadows.*

*Thanks to Julie Schneider and Emily White for the link inspiration.
 
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Art Processors is seeking a QA Engineer in Australia (remote-friendly). 

Could you be OpenBB’s next remote Social Media Manager?
 
Mailchimp is looking for an Associate Editor, Motion Designer in Atlanta or New York. 

Shaw Industries is hiring a Concept Designer for Interior Design Visualization in Cartersville, Georgia. 

Authors is seeking an Administrative Assistant in Louisville, Kentucky (remote-friendly). 

Here’s your chance to be Jambb’s Director of Growth Marketing in Boston (remote-friendly).   

Rising Tide Interactive is hiring a Content Strategist in Washington, D.C. (remote-friendly). 
 

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