Urban living is made of many small habits—like how we get to work, how we take a break, get groceries, where we choose to hang out, where we walk the dog or take the kids to play. These numerous simple moments add up to define our quality of life. This also means that big issues like sustainability, health, and loneliness can be addressed through small gestures—improving sociability, mobility and our connection to nature in cities, making our cities more liveable. Daily tous les jours has spent almost a decade providing collective experiences to tackle various urban issues. Co-founder Melissa Mongiat presents this still emerging practice that mixes collaborative narratives, technology, and just about anything—including some magic.