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Adulting it Up

Today I’m veering from the sketch blog norm to share some resources I’ve found helpful on my ongoing quest to get my sh*t together. I’m (mostly) using my downtime for productive, adult-type things (especially since I’m done with wedding planning — yay… 427 more words


Investing in the World We Want - DailyWorth

The world I want is filled with companies and organizations that match my values and the priorities of a bigger world. Companies and organizations that are paying attention – and positively acting – on climate change, on access to clean water, healthy oceans, economic security and justice for all people, access to housing, mental health services, nutrition or health care. 8 more words

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5 Habits That Will Make You Happy

In the article, 9 Habits That Will Make You Happy, I found the following 5 to be most useful for me. For the full article, click on the link below. 92 more words


eLearning: The Art and Science of Selling Anything

DailyWorth is a financial advice website catering to female entrepreneurs.  The site’s CEO, Amanda Steinberg, recently gave a live webinar on mastering the at of sales for owners of small service-based businesses.   613 more words


Startup News: Cornell’s Big Tech Campus Donation and the Surprising Success of Amazon's Programming

Cornell’s NYC Tech Campus Scores Big Along with his wife, Dr. Irwin Mark Jacobs, founding chairman and CEO emeritus of Qualcomm, announced a $133-million gift to Cornell University… 463 more words


DailyWorth Raises Additional $1 Million For Series A

DailyWorth, an online community for financially minded women, is adding $1 million to their existing Series A round of funding. The money comes sixteen months after DailyWorth  218 more words


Startup News: Disrupting Burner Phones and Brunch With Jake Lodwick and Bre Pettis

Here’s A Tip. Are you travelling outside the U.S. soon? Are you afraid of getting publicly humiliated by an Austrian waiter because you rounded his tip up to the nearest 5 percent, not 10? 426 more words

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