How are jellyfish born? Why does exercise hurt? Next time your (or someone else’s) curious kid stumps you with a science-related question, head to Simple Scimum for accessible, thoughtful explanations.
There’s a post in the drafts folder of the blog called “November is the new January” but frankly November kind of just pounced on me, tackled me to the ground, and pinned me before I even had a chance to tap the mat. I keep losing track of time and dates and missing deadlines and […]
I’ve written before about how I use exercise to manage my mild anxiety and depression. I know I’m not alone in using exercise to manage not only my mental health, but also regular emotions. After all, if I were, rage yoga and countless motivational posters telling you to work out your anger wouldn’t exist. Often, […]
Marika Malaea reflects on being a brown white girl: “My whole life has been me thinking that I’m super incognito, when I’m actually the painted elephant in the room, whispering, ‘So what are we all staring at?’”
Josephine, a photographer in Munich, Germany, makes digital art that’s imaginative and often surreal. Here, she creates a dreamy landscape in “Bonsoir Le Rêve.”
Graphic design agency Graphéine imagines client feedback on iconic posters, from the famous “Tournée du Chat Noir” to a CD graphic of Bob Dylan.
When there’s too much and too little to say, poetry often shows us the way.
The blog of a home interiors company in England inspires and informs its customers.
Michelle Anneliese, a self-described “Ravenclaw from District 13,” writes on various aspects of geek culture — from gaming and cosplay to Harry Potter — with a fresh, always-curious perspective.
On learning to speak French: “When you hear that sweet wobbly French from a tentative little face, the joy is nothing you have to manufacture. They understand! And they are understood. And that’s a beautiful, beautiful thing to share with someone.”