Monthly Archives: April 2011
Well, I’m in the midst of April’s challenge and in need of some continued activity, but I wanted to take a moment to share something that I’ve been learning and experiencing in the process. Namely this, a little daydreaming can … Continue reading
Hey all, Today we’ll take on a classic exercise from Robert McKim of the Stanford engineering school. It’s called the 30 circles test. Download and play. You have 1 minute to draw items from the cirlces. For example you may … Continue reading
I was surprised by how quickly 3 minutes and 33 seconds passed by.
So, how many different stick figures can you draw in 3 minutes and 33 seconds? Grab a regular 8 1/2x 11 sheet of paper and start drawing. Then photograph it and post it somewhere to share. If possible, link it … Continue reading
“To know anything well involves a profound sensation of ignorance.” – John Ruskin I was surprised to discover this quote providentially placed at the top of my planner page for today. It is a great place to begin. I believe … Continue reading
Well, this little play day is simple enough. Visit Dictionary.com and read the word of the day. Your challenge? Use it in conversation a minimum of 10 times in the next 24 hours. If it happens to be something you … Continue reading