hello! Because part I has hit 4K notes in so little time!!, I decided to keep it coming for you guys with new themes, hope you enjoy them! ♡
If you don’t know, these are quotes
to decorate/use in the bullet journal, and are super useful for those moments when you desperately want a quote to relate to something but can’t seem to find one. You can use them for a source of beauty, wisdom and inspiration. Part I featured: dedication/work/motivation, finances, love, positivity, health and some funny ones.
“Dreams do not come true just because you dream them. It’s hard work that makes things happen. It’s hard work that creates changes. So ditch the dream and be a doer.” - Shonda Rhimes
“All progress takes place outside the comfort zone.” - Michael John Bobak
“With self discipline most anything is possible.” - Theodore Roosevelt
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” - Jim Rohn
“Discipline is remembering what you want.” - David Campbell
I’m in Pasadena, CA - a few months ago I was contacted by the Advisory Council of Women at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to be their annual guest speaker for women’s history month. That was a huge deal for me, and it marks the launch of a three month long period of traveling around the States to talk about my work with The Brain Scoop and The Field Museum. It’s humbling, and incredible.
I got to sit in a seat in the room where engineers landed the Curiosity Rover on Mars; I saw the test model and stood in the grounds that they used to simulate that Martian surface; I suited up, endured an air bath, and visited the High Bay to witness firsthand how these teams come together to build spacecraft (in this case a machine for the Soil Moisture Active Passion mission); I met a hero of mind, Bobak Ferdowsi, whose Mohawk made him famous during Curiosity’s landing. And I gave a talk about the importance of science role-models to a fantastic group of passionate people who happily accepted my photos of skinned wolves, even as they ate lunch.
I’m so grateful for these opportunities, and meeting the enthusiastic scientists at JPL was an experience I will never forget. The world needs more unabashedly passionate people. We didn’t get into space because of technology - we made these advancements because of people, and that is so encouraging.
Our bond is so strong, it don’t need oxytocin. We’re woven together like a corpus callosum. The love we impart, though it’s felt in our heart, Is more of a limbic-type notion. - Joe Hanson, host of It’s Okay To Be Smart
I dig you like Curiosity digs Mars. - Bobak Ferdowski, Systems Engineer at NASA JPL via Science Friday
Is it just the negative delta H, or is it getting hot in here? - Debbie Mitchell’s student
You are the transcription enhancer of my love exons. - Jason Anthony Tetro, @JATetro
A mathematician from Rye Said please be the X to my y. Simultaneous equations Unlike conversations Are not just Pi in the Sky - Alison Richards, my radio editor