Part of why this accountability partnership works so well is the winning combination of sincere reciprocal support driven by rooting for each other + being able to recognize and take pride in reaching our personal goals. This is Sam’s reflection on the year: For the past year(has really already been a year, seems more like… Continue reading Sam Hansen Reflects: The Past Year…
(based on my class at MaxFunCon)I was a part of this cheese-making adventure! So fun!
This best-of video from RiffTrax doesn’t do justice to the howling I did listening to Bill and Kevin do some shorts about art projects with grass, safety, nothingness, and more at MaxFunCon. Their humor is spot-on and compliments their meticulously-curated content and timing brilliantly. I feel very lucky to have seen them do a live… Continue reading
What goes on at MaxFunCon? More than you might think. Cheese-making was one of the highlights of my weekend, because it was so hands-on, low-stress, high(maximum!)-fun, and extra tasty. Chef Julia Crookston engaged our long-lost scientific appreciation of proteins, schooled us on the etymology and mechanics of crème fraîche, hinted at the brilliance of Trader… Continue reading
Facebook friends should actually be called loose ties, because your loose ties are people who think more differently than your close ties and therefore challenge you to think and develop your ideas. Brooke Gladstone