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Some Things | Vol. 40: It's time for change

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Some Things | Vol. 40: It’s time for change
“True life is lived when tiny changes occur” Leo Tolstoy
In light of the changing clocks, inviting the dark winter season. Change is something that many of us embrace, just as there as those who struggle to accept it. It can shake your foundations or help you reach the next level. However, one thing that rings true, is that change helps us acknowledge new perspectives, spaces, and eras.
From eco-friendly fashion-forward innovators such as Freitag, who aim for a more sustainable industry, by up-cycling used HGV tarps. To individuals being able to connect and discover political movements such as BLM via diverse and accessible channels. We all have the power to change how we see and interact with the world around us by making tiny, conscious changes.
Here are Some Things to inspire you to make tiny changes.

  1. This platform wants you to have a whole new wardrobe via Vogue
  2. An American hero like you’ve never seen before via HBO
  3. Purchase groceries & cannabis in one shopping trip at this Toronto SuperMarket via Dezeen
  4. Carhartt gets behind the working people in their latest ad via WSJ
  5. Here’s what you can expect from graphic design in 2022 via Creative Boom
  6. You can now own a Grammy - as long as you are happy with it being an NFT via Grammy
  7. Fancy becoming an Amazon radio show host? via The Verge
  8. Inclusivity done right - free tools to build a more distributed creative culture via General Assembly.
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