Stories Worth Sharing August 2020


Feed Your Soul

In this conversation, Yo-Yo Ma talks about his experience and the immense healing power of Music. It is so true.

Kristin Lin of “The On Being Project” writes this excerpt from what Ma said after 9/11 in her newsletter, and it’s beautiful. “Music will be the way that we will come together, because we’re asserting ourselves as a community, as a people, as a city, as whatever. And we need to be together.”

The whole interview is here. Enjoy!

Feed Your Mind

As a scientist and a designer entrepreneur, I love these lists of black business owners. And, yes, and black scientists too. We must support them as there’s not much representation or visibility in these fields, to create a much needed and real change.

A list of black-owned design business created by Dwell is here.

A list of black female entrepreneurs created by Create and Cultivate, check it out here.

A list of black scientists to acknowledge as they make the world understandable and a better place, learn more here.

Feed Your Body

I’ve been following Heidi for so many years and have all her books. And she has a new book coming up next year that I surely won’t miss.

This woman is a powerhouse, inspiring you to think differently about what you eat and how you eat it. I’ve been challenging myself to get my old, manual pasta machine out and try it again.

Go to her website and just have fun!

Home made pasta recipes

I will then try these new recipes, to create a perfect food day of food.

Watermelon Raspberry bowl

Vegan Sushi

Dinner with friends

Steaming vegetables

Vegetarian Poke bowl

Tomato Sourdough Soup

Peace Love Dip

Summer Berry Crisp

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