✨Create a Time Capsule: Quarantine Edition ✨

April 29, 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT. Hosted at FieldTrips on Zoom

About this FieldTrip

Welcome to your personal time capsule: quarantine edition. This FieldTrip, part of the Time Well Spent interview series, is designed to both support you in capturing where you are at this unique moment in history, and help you think about how to create new perspectives, rituals, and habits for your days, as we navigate this unusual time together and apart.

While there are many ways to approach this exercise, our method will be to engage our imaginations through writing, drawing, sharing, and reflecting with one another. With this said, absolutely no writing or drawing experience is required to engage in this FieldTrip. Everyone is welcome.

We’ll provide beautifully designed, bespoke slides to support you on your journey, as well as friends, reflection/goal setting activity prompts, and mellow tunes.


“Need to have” Please make sure to bring the following…

✏️A writing utensil

📓Something to write on like a notebook or sheets of paper

✨An open mind!

“Nice to have” The following will add delight and warmth to your experience…

🕯A candle and match, or lighter

🖍Markers, Crayons, or anything to color with

💌A large envelope or ‘container’ for your time capsule materials

🍪Your favorite snack or fun beverage


Time Well Spent is an interview series from Harvest and CreativeMornings featuring Keith Yamashita, Debbie Millman, Holley Kholi-Murchison, and Madeleine Dore. It was created for anyone who wants to feel more satisfaction and joy from their days, anyone curious about their relationship with time and the way that it ebbs and flows over the course of a lifetime. Each interview is packed with useful tips, resources, and timeless wisdom so that you can have more clarity and insight into spending your time well.


Alexa Kutler has spent many years learning how to build a career in the made-up field of Creativity, Design, and Adult Learning. A highlight from her journey includes her role as a Designer and Project Manager for the Creative Computing Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she organized and facilitated creative learning experiences for adults through the ScratchEd Meetups Network and T550: Designing for Learning by Creating.

At the heart of Alexa’s work is a desire to support adults in feeling confident, curious, and compassionate in the face of creative learning, personal reflection, and everyday life. She gleefully joined the CreativeMornings team in July 2019 as Partnerships Coordinator.

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