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Yo, I'm sorry I missed last week. Tuesday of last week was my birthday. While I planned to send a new
 
December 26 · Issue #17 · View online
Tuesday TEA Time
Yo,
I’m sorry I missed last week. Tuesday of last week was my birthday. While I planned to send a newsletter, I ended up sick on vacation for a few days and just decided to let it go.
I hope you have been well and you either had a good holiday, got some time off work, or at least got some relaxing done during the past couple weeks.

Tech
The first thing I want to share is this article that posits dressing up as a superhero keeps kids on task and less distracted by technology. The idea seems to be to think of others, delay gratification, and “the ability to reframe the object of temptation into something more abstract.”
Second, this article about How To Design Your Ideal Workday Based On Your Sleep Habits. Because of this article I’ve started having coffee a little later in the day and not first thing. I think it’s been better than before.
Entertainment
Dance in Trinidad: Moko Jumbie On 9-Foot Stilts - YouTube
The first thing I want to send you to is this amazing video series about “Dance in the Real World.” It’s amazing to see different types of dancing, how they originated, and how long they’ve been performed/danced. It’s pretty quick to watch them all. 
And I really liked this collection of The 50 Most Beautiful Shots of The Star Wars Franchise. We just saw the latest Star War yesterday and it was really good.
Art
The first thing I want to send you to is a great twitter account by @alexdaish where he sketches dogs he sees around. I absolutely love this account. Here is another one:
Lastly, here is a collection of small games created by students at Carnegie Mellon University for Paolo Pedercini.
I hope you have a great rest of your week.
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