Everyday inspiration & self-expression by OH

Author: Omar Hamada

  • Having Fun Is The Secret

    Catherine Price gives a Ted Talk that really hit and made me reflect on fun. She rolls out this new concept of “true fun” — it’s all about playfulness, flow, and connection. Playfulness, flow, and connection. Playfulness, flow, and connection. Sound familiar?

    It’s like she was speaking our language. That’s exactly what we aim to create in our classes at LC everyday. We literally wake up and get to work every.single.day. because creating that feeling with our Fam is one of the most fulfilling things we’ve ever felt. It transforms ordinary moments into memories, making every session feel far beyond a class– it becomes an experience.

    Maybe having fun is more important than we think. Maybe having fun is a vital component to our well being. Maybe.. and just maybe.. the more often we experience it, the more we will feel like we are actually alive.

  • Flowers Remind Us

    “May the flowers remind us why the rain was so necessary”


  • Doing Better

    I love hearing how people think, not just what they do. Slootman’s views on creating a culture x holding yourself and team to a high standard was motivating for me. If you’re a business owner, creative, freelancer or whatever give this a listen, I’m sure you’ll find it valuable.
  • Jazz

    “Jazz demands that you become an individual.”

    Sean Brown

  • The notion of value

    Kenyan photographer Thandiwe Muriu is serving up some serious food for thought with her latest piece “You Thought You Could Throw Me Away” . It’s like she’s turned the camera into a mirror, reflecting not just what’s in front of it but also what’s “overlooked” and deemed as “disposable” by society.

    She confronts issues surrounding identity and self-perception while seeking to redefine female empowerment through the use of everyday materials such as fabric and common household items… So next time you think to toss something away think, and ask yourself, “Could this be art?”

    Spoiler alert: With the right eyes, everything can be.

  • The Light Between Us

    “The longer I live, the more deeply I learn that love – whether we call it friendship or family or romance – is the work of mirroring and magnifying each other’s light. Gentle work. Steadfast work. Life-saving work in those moments when life and shame and sorrow occlude our own light from our view, but there is still a clear-eyed loving person to beam it back. In our best moments, we are that person for another.”

    Maria Popova

  • Why would you start a blog?

    “No one reads blogs anymore.”

    Whether that’s true or false, it doesn’t really matter to me.

    I’m not writing this blog post to scream it out to the world, in hopes of an echo in return. I’m writing this for myself.

    I like spending time with thoughts and ideas that light me up. If I’m wise, I’ll figure out how to do more of that and less of the opposite. It helps keep me honest.

    And to be honest, here’s a hot take: Everyone should have a blog. Whether it’s under your name, a secret alias, an alter ego, it doesn’t matter. It’s a cool thing to create. A place to express yourself. Internet real estate and you’re the architect, builder, and resident. An online record of you carving out the time to sit, think, & share a piece of your mind.

    How beautiful.

  • Tree.fm

    Tree.fm allows you to escape in nature and unwind wherever you are. I’m currently living in the desert so… into the computer forest we go 🫠

  • Dream Louder

    “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”

    – Henry David Thoreau