Heart Maps were first championed by writer Georgia Heard as a way to gather feelings and ideas inside the borders of our artistic hearts, through a simple visualization of words and color. Since then, many people have used Heart Maps for different projects. Now there’s the Global Heart Map Project, sponsored by LitWorld, that invites people from all over the world to create and share their maps together.

So, make your own Heart Map.

1. Draw a large heart shape on a piece of paper or drawing app.

2. Inside the heart, draw or write about the ideas, the feelings, and the things that are most important to you at this time.

3. Share your Heart Map with friends and family by adding #globalheartmap as well as with the regular DS106 tags

Tweet your response to @ds106dc and be sure to include the hashtag #tdc3000

Woo hoo, we’ve reached a milestone at TDC – 3000 days of creativity!

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