Where joy hides + how to find it.

This Ted Talk made me want to shout YES! to my little screen. Ingrid Fetell Lee deconstructs joy and helps us understand what the elements are + how we can create more of it. Mostly, she confirmed what I already know intuitively – that color and wonder and beauty can amplify and grow these experiences. Don’t miss this one.

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Mostly, I just want you to get out there + find the beauty that’s hiding in your world. Life can be overwhelming, social media can throw you into fits of despair.

Grab your camera. Take a walk outside. All with the intention of training your eyes toward what’s interesting and beautiful. The way the lemons juxtapose against the blue of the sky. The tiny dandelion seeds floating by. The way you feel so small in that grove of redwoods.

Wishing you beauty + color-collecting joy… amplified by sharing it.
Andrea

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Hi, I’m Andrea

On this blog you’ll be learning with me how to use our voices, share our creative superpowers and live life in full color.

As an artist, photographer, life coach + mentor, I’m redefining what it means to be a SUPERHERO — ‘cause in my world, it’s got nothing to do with capes, spandex or sidekicks and everything to do with tenderness, intuition & baby steps of bravery.

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5 Comments

  1. Diana Cohen

    Love this!!! That sounded like you! I could see you up there doing the same talk so beautifully. 🙂

    Reply
  2. Andrea Scher

    Awwww…. thanks Diana! We’re all joy-seekers aren’t we?

    Reply
  3. DeBonis Karen

    Love that TED talk, Andrea! I will look for the JOY around me today!

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  4. Julia

    What a fabulous TedX talk! I loved It. Resonated with all of me 🙂
    Thank you so much for sharing!

    Reply
  5. oprol evorter

    F*ckin’ amazing things here. I am very glad to see your article. Thanks a lot and i am looking forward to contact you. Will you kindly drop me a mail?

    Reply

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