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How was your week, friends? I saw Eighth Grade with a buddy, phone banked for the DFL (totally not scary!), and packed + planned for my trip to Denver next week. Totally excited to see the Denver Aquarium mermaids and try out some great vegan restaurants!

Links for you: 

Smart smart smart.

There is exactly one online class I’m an affiliate for and that’s because it moved my Pinterest-related traffic from 7% of my overall traffic to 62%. Sarah Morgan’s Pinterest Powerhouse is AWESOME and she’s about to do a live version of it! If you want live Q & As and accountability, check it out!

A sweet tribute to dads and at-home science experiments.

Tiny things make a difference.

Related: proud of you, Minnesota!

What’s parenting like in Wales?

If you’ve ever wondered why I price my courses the way I do and why I run courses live even when I “shouldn’t” I talked all about it this week on the What Works podcast!

You can tell how much I’ve loved a book by how many pages I dog-earred. This book earned 11 dog ears!

Melissa McCarthy is a gem.
She makes coffee, and she does not turn on the news; she does not check her email; she does not do Transcendental Meditation. She watches TV — “I treat myself right,” she says — an old episode of “Knight Rider,” which she thinks everyone should be rewatching, or the original episodes of “The Incredible Hulk.”

Ohhh! Did you know our collective design boyfriend Jonathan Adler has a new line with Amazon that’s much more affordable than what he usually does?

Somewhat related: Why are there so many mattress stores? And are they a scam?
Retailing is notorious for wafer-thin profit margins. Grocers, for example, typically earn margins of less than 5%. This is not the case for mattresses. Compared to its listed price, it costs relatively little to make a mattress. Consumer Reports reports that markups in the 40-50% range are standard in the industry—and once a mattress crosses the $1,000 threshold, markups are even higher. One assessment of a $3,000 mattress found that it cost about $300 to make—an astonishing 900% markup.

A ‘cult‘ I whole-heartedly belong to (and you can join me here!)

I loved this mid-century home tour. I think I’m into wood paneling?

The One Thing I Did to 10X Profit in my 7-Figure Business in the Last 6 Months (the answer is really, really not what you’d think.)

Extreme vote for crispy rice!


Hope you had a lovely weekend! If you’d like to follow along on my Denver trip, I’ll be documenting all of it on Instagram.


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