From Health Magazine:
"Because unpredictable incomes make insurance unaffordable for many artists, Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, offers creative types a $40 credit for every hour they volunteer to paint lobby murals or teach art to young patients. A 1-hour credit covers up to 4 prescriptions or a doctor's appointment (with lab work) at New York's low-cost public hospitals."
I'm going through stacks of catalogs, because that actually is the #1 source of mess in my bedroom and bathroom right now; I'm making a list of the ones I'll want to request when I move, wishlisting the stuff I've been meaning to wishlist, and throwing them all out!
I'd wanted a particular plaque, but it appears to no longer be offered. *pout* So I'll reproduce the saying here, because I do like it. Maybe I'll make my own plaque. *nod*
It had a large feather on it, and it said:
imagine doing less
make time for loved ones
learn to gently say no
increase your quiet time
follow your heart
yield to life
yield to peace
yield to joy
And it had "simplify" in ivory letters behind all of that.
I need reminders like this. I am not good at the doing less, at the yielding.
Also from a catalog, but I've used this one in conversation, as it's one of my general policies in life...
When you come to the edge of all the light you have known and are about to step out into the darkness, faith is knowing one of two things will happen...
There will be something to stand on, or
You will be taught to fly.
My entire family = way too into Kingdom of Loathing.