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Things We Forget: Sticky Notes Left in Public Places

A Singapore-based blog whose posts I've been following for almost 2 years now, thingsweforget.blogspot.com is a simple site that shows inspirational quotes written and drawn on sticky pads which are then placed all over Singapore (and beyond).

Source: http://thingsweforget.blogspot.com/


I love the quotes.  It serves as simply everyday reminders to be positive and kind all the time.

Want to bring home a piece of this site, the blogger also sells merchandise pertaining to his work (visit the Things We Forget shop here.) 

At this age and time, it's refreshing to know that there are still people out there who try to uplift peoples' spirits.

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Visit http://thingsweforget.blogspot.com/ for your healthy dose of positivism.

Comments

  1. Right! Why not spread some inspiration in simple ways? I like the T-shirt, btw :-) I think this is a cool idea.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this site. I am officially in love with it.

    http://wonderwomanrises.blogspot.com

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