How to switch-up your routine in 2021, an in-depth look at fashion history, an amazing virtual tour of the world’s best-preserved cave art, and some free online psychology lessons from Harvard. This Week’s Good News.
Not sure what to do with yourself while you wait for the vaccine to finish rolling out? If you’re looking to shake things up a bit, check out this article from the Behavioural Scientist. They outline the routines, rituals, products, and apps that helped them get through 2020 – maybe they’ll help you get through early 2021, too!
Do you love history? Do you also love fashion? Dive into this presentation from global fashion icon Florence Müller for a riveting journey through 70 years of Christian Dior House (courtesy of the ROM). Check it out for some gorgeous snapshots of fashion through the ages.
Speaking of history, if you’re interested in learning about pre-historic life, check out this fascinating online exhibit on the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc Cave. Explore some of the world’s best preserved cave paintings up close and personal through virtual tours, videos, and articles. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped through a portal into the past.
For those of you with an interest in psychology, here’s a great opportunity from Harvard professor Steven Pinker. He’s posting his “Introduction to Psychological Science” lectures online so that you can watch them for free – check them out here!
Awww of the week: this very happy chinchilla.
See you next week!
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