Let’s have a cup of tea today, shall we? And read through some of the best things I’ve seen in my travels around the web recently. It’s funny, isn’t it, that when I think of relaxing and reading, I think of a cup of tea. When it’s socializing I want to do, face to face, it’s coffee. So today, it’s a cup of tea and a songbird to accompany reading.
Curated for your reading pleasure this tea time:
Clutter is on my mind these days, as I go through 10 years of detritus from a storage unit. So of course this post on decluttering –everything–home and work– caught my eye. And I do mean EVERYTHING. I’m confident you’ll find advice you need here, een if it’s about the most obscure kind of organizing task ever.
My friend, Corinne, had a lovely piece on the need for stillness in our lives. You can find it HERE.
A beautiful and moving story of panther and how we really can communicate with all living things.
Neurologist and best-selling writer Oliver Sacks has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and as usual, has some wisdom for us HERE in a beautiful essay published in the New York Times. If you don’t know him and his fascinating writing, you should. Grateful he will leave us so many gifts.
I shared this in another post not too long ago. It’s an essay about a radical new cancer treatment: don’t treat. You can find it HERE if you missed it the first time.
Let me what resonates for you in this compilation of online reading.