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New York has requested the design of a vocational family culture foundation. Hailing from some of the Nation's university leadership and museum resident programmes, we're supervised as internationally ivy / one hundred school league with mentor instructors and all level industry sponsors. By Appointment most days, according to availability.


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Across the U.S., from Michigan and Virginia to Texas and California, these state schools offer a world-class education for a fraction of the list price at top private colleges.


I could tell you I am fantastic at everything, but I’d be lying.

I just finished recording my audiobook, Be Useful. It comes out October 10. I could tell you how amazing it was to sit down and record my own words, but the truth is, I was absolutely dreading it.

Here’s my secret: I’m a terrible reader. They didn’t talk about learning disabilities in Austria in the 1950s, so most of the time, when I was asked to read out loud in class, it was just a disaster, and I got smacked with a ruler. But now I know that I’m dyslexic.

When I prepare for a movie, I read the script over and over for months until I’ve memorized every line. I need time and reps to get my mind around the words.

They told me authors ready their books in 2 or 3 days at the studio. I asked for the recording equipment at home and told them I’d do 20-30 pages a day. That way I could log in with the director and producer twice a day for shorter sessions and I could practice non-stop in between.

In this process, I used my own lessons.

1. I let myself dread it and complain for a minute, but then I forced myself to get moving, because denial wasn’t going to get it recorded.
2. I did so many reps I couldn’t count. I broke it up into small pieces, knowing that small wins build up into big victories, or in this case, a whole book.
3. I had the help of a fantastic team. My own team, but also the producers and directors Nithya, Danny, and Kris, and Eric who set up the equipment. All of us need help; none of us are self made.

When you listen to the audiobook, I hope you’re inspired, not just by the words, but by the process of recording them. You can pre-order now at and subscribe to my newsletter if you want stories like this in your inbox at


If you are interested a clutter free closet and want to know how to start a capsule wardrobe, you are in the right place.


Quote of the day.


Another look at our new No Kid Hungry collection. Every celebrity-designed spatula purchased can help No Kid Hungry provide 40 meals to kids. Join us to make a difference in the lives of families and children across the country.

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From tutor to physical therapist to software developer to real estate agent.


See images of the works, which were donated to LACMA, the Whitney Museum, Colby College Museum of Art, and more.


“🫒 also dismantling trolley dust day”


“🌱 with αλήθεια (truth)”


The first dedicated museum of modern and contemporary art in Turkish history is finally opening its doors this week following the completion of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)-designed Istanbul Modern in the country’s most populous city. Clad in an “iridescent” envelope of aluminum...


Missed out on tickets to the Vermeer exhibition in Amsterdam? You can view the whole collection from home at your leisure.

Available on ‘Vermeer. The Complete Works’

Image: A Lady Writing a Letter with Her Maid (detail), c. 1670/71, Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland
© National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin


🐰🌷🥚 Hop into the Easter spirit with these natural Easter egg dyes! Not only are they fun and easy to make, but they're also eco-friendly and free of harsh chemicals.

Here's what you'll need:
* Hard-boiled eggs
* White vinegar
* Water
* Red/pink: beets, raspberries, cranberries
* Orange: onion skins, paprika, carrots
* Yellow: turmeric, lemon peel, chamomile tea
* Green: spinach, parsley, nettle tea
* Blue: red cabbage, blueberries
* Purple: red wine, grape juice, blackberries

To create the dyes, simply combine 1 cup of water with 1 tablespoon of vinegar and your chosen natural ingredient in a small saucepan. Bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer for 20-30 minutes. Strain the mixture and let it cool to room temperature.

Once you've created your dyes, place the hard-boiled eggs in the mixture and let them soak for several hours or overnight in the fridge. The longer you soak them, the deeper the color will be.

Check the video link to learn how to add cute natural patterns!

Voila! You now have beautifully dyed Easter eggs that are both natural and colorful.

🌈 Happy Easter! 🐣


A serenade to the universe in wool and silk.


Ai Weiwei digs deep into design history, gathering everything from Neolithic tools to Lego bricks for his new show at London’s Design Museum. We visit him at home in Portugal for a preview


“Venus and Jupiter cosying up in the night sky ✨ Despite being 400 million miles apart, these two planets appeared remarkably close together this week as we reached a rare planetary conjunction - close enough to be seen within the same trilithon! 📷: Grant Privett”


You can view nearly 500,000 works of art from the comfort of your own home.


Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co. (Morris and Co's predecessor comprised of Morris, Burne-Jones, Rossetti, Ford Maddox Brown) painted a series of 'Labors of the Months' tiles for an overmantel in Old Hall at Queen's College in 1864. A variation of these tiles was then sold through 'The Firm'.


Is the kind of mastery we associate with “prodigies” actually available to every child, with the right encouragement? A new biography of Shinichi Suzuki, the creator of the popular method of music instruction, explores this question. Suzuki was convinced that children could learn music the way that children learn language—naturally, through ample exposure and repetition. Further, he believed that nurturing an affinity for music was the key to a broader revolution in human understanding. “If children all over the globe were sawing away at Vivaldi, they would not make war with each other when they grew up,” Adam Gopnik writes. Read more about the Suzuki method, which was rooted in its creator’s belief in human potential:


Few American novelists of the twentieth century looked as professorial as Kurt Vonnegut, at least in a rumpled-fixture-of-the-English-department way. But though he did rack up some teaching experience, not least at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, he could hardly have been a conventional lecturer.


“Nothing in the world is more exciting than a moment of sudden discovery or invention, and many more people are capable of experiencing such moments than is sometimes thought.”


What did we learn from the way our grandmothers dressed their homes, and how much of it is relevant today? Quite a lot, it turns out


“Which gives you more dopamine:📱or 💌? 🤔”


Rebecca Anne Proctor travels to Jeddah to explore the world’s first Islamic Arts Biennale (until 23 April), a monumental survey of Islamic arts and culture in the religion’s birthplace, modern-day Saudi Arabia


A hardy perennial that can fit happily into almost any garden, the geranium is rarely accorded the respect it deserves


Musical Time. 🎶😍


“On 15 January 1950, John Nash’s paper 'Equilibrium Points in n-Person Games' was published by National Academy of Sciences. Read the paper here:”


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