Time Well Spent: Keith Yamashita
What happens when you are having the best year of your entire life, the best year of your career, and you are suddenly taken down by a stroke? We spoke with Keith Yamashita about how his relationship to time has changed since his stroke, the real power of collaboration, and why it’s important to just be.
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Time Well Spent
Time Well Spent, a series from Harvest and CreativeMornings, interviews four creative leaders to find out what works for them, and how we can reshape our own relationship to time.
Your Relationship Legacy
Happy 2020! Today, we're thinking about relational intelligence, setting goals, taking it easy, and looking forward to the new year.
DJ Jim Q's Playlist: Roots
DJ Jim Q brings us our first music playlist of 2020: "Contemporary forms are all simply mutations or an evolution of preexisting forms."
Meet Our Roots Illustrator: Félix Girard
Félix Girard is a professional painter and illustrator from Quebec City, Canada. He's also our first illustrator of 2020. In this interview, Félix talks about the importance of creative balance, travel, and structure. He shares with us his memories of his childhood and how it influences his work today.
January's Theme is Roots
Happy New Year! Our first theme of 2020 is Roots. How have your roots shaped who you are today? This month's exploration of Roots was chosen by the Québec chapter and Félix Girard illustrated it.
We Need Your Light
How can we honor our past? For our final Weekly Highlights issue of 2019, we're reflecting on the past year, centering our hearts, listening more, checking out cool jobs, and more.
Our Top 15 Newsletter Links in 2019
Over the past year, the Weekly Highlights newsletter has shared over 600+ impeccably curated links from across the web in our ‘Fun Stuff to Click On’ section. Here, our top 15 most-read, most-watched links from 2019!
The 9 Most-Loved Speaker Quotes of 2019
Our CreativeMornings chapters host for their local communities at their magical events every month. As the end of the year draws near, we’re delighted to bring you the 9 most-loved pieces of wisdom, extracted from some of our favorite CreativeMornings talks of 2019.
What is radical hospitality? This week, we're inspired to make others feel welcome, explore the size of space, catch up on trends, and more.
When should we say yes or no? In this Weekly Highlights issue, arts book editor Bridget Watson Payne moves us to do less. We also hear the story of a 100+ year old candy store and learn how to build a sobriety toolbox. It's December and we're feeling retrospective.
DJ Jim Q's Playlist: Silence
Shhh, let's keep it down. Our friend DJ Jim Q brings us another rad playlist. The theme, silêncio, is a peculiar one to use as the basis for a playlist. Music is all about sound after all, or is it? As maestro Miles Davis famously said, “It’s not the notes you play, it’s the notes you don’t play.”
Meet Our Silence Illustrator: Dani Scharf
Our illustrator this month is none other than award-winning illustrator and art director Dani Scharf hailing from Uruguay. In this whimsical interview, Dani talks about his dreams as a child, his love for analog art, and more.
December's Theme is Silence
When silence is intentional, it is valuable and restorative. It brings us back to our senses and is essential to our holistic well-being. Our Montevideo chapter chose this month's exploration of Silence and Dani Scharf illutrated the theme.
Feed Your Creative Hunger
How do you feed your creative hunger? This week, we're learning about food and design, how to perfect our pitch, the future of work, and clicking on a lot of fun things.
Your Original Dream
I turned to my own internal compass of what success looks like and not what other people define as successful. Joshua Gunn represents the crux of what some refer to as the “creative economy.” He...
On Creative Anxiety & Tension
Connect with somebody that can relate to your tension. A few years ago, Colton Mulligan founded a creative agency and in the same month was diagnosed with Type 1 Bipolar Disorder. This brought a...
Good Things Need Time
Good things need time. Protect your time so you can put in the hours. Marc Eastmond is an art director who likes to write and an author who loves to sing. He’s also an eternal optimist who...
Welcome to the CreativeMornings Blog
You might have noticed the CreativeMornings Blog is looking a little different today. What you’re feeling is the result of an intentional and much needed refresh, making it easier for you to disco...
DJ Jim Q's Playlist: Lost
A soundtrack for the searching, music for the missing, a playlist for the misplaced, this months theme is lost. Wayward and astray, let these songs be your guide, or just lose yourself in the sound.
Meet Our 'Lost' Illustrator: Melissa Lee Johnson
Melissa Lee Johnson is an artist, illustrator, graphic designer, and occasional tattoo-giver based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She currently designs and illustrates for the design studio Three-Headed Design.
November's Theme is Lost
When you’re wading through the unknown, it can feel scary and risky. You float around wondering if you’re going in the right direction and want to know what’s next.