Welcome to the tenth volume of WizeWorld, this week offers insights into how the joy of cooking can help with uncertain times, how we can gird and guide our emotions, a silky retro mix, and thoughts on kindness from a children’s author.
Author Margaux Eloise Stockwell provides Quarterlife Magazine with a very personal piece about unemployment. Stockwell discusses how cooking became her remedy for an unforgiving issue that knows no timeline.
Frederik Imbo, a theatre student at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent delivers a poignant Ted Talk about not taking things personally. He discusses the subtle line between indifference and deference.
At 90 minutes, this upbeat mix from Sloth Boogie is all about light feet and recklessness. The Queens artist utilizes dance rhythm and synths to transport listeners back to the 80s and 90s for a perfect steady mix.
Renown children’s author Mo Willems sits down with Huffington Post to discuss the way in which he is able to instill and prioritize kindness, hope and creativity in the children for whom he writes.
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