Here's what hit my radar screen (and email) this past week:
Every Friday Foreign Policy Interrupted
dishes out their "weekly aggregation of brain-food served up by female foreign policy experts and other yummy miscellany". This newsletter is a much- appreciated email interruption.
, the world’s first fashion tech print magazine, started shipping last week! The inaugural 128-page "service journalism-meets-industry news hybrid
" quarterly publication shipped this week and included (according to WWD
) "features on the Internet and teens’ mobile and computer habits as described by teens themselves".
Friday was also National Donut Day. The Levo Brief
has the details plus the one act of self-care which will improve your Monday workday.
If you're not your own best investment, I don't know what is.
Yes, I was dishing out my mantra of build your expertise, build your network and build your bank account (again) in my weekly newsletter.
Coincidently, the finance part of my message is also Part 4 of my conversation on Tarah Talking Tech
which was released this week. Sitting with host Tarah Ferguson, I dish on why it’s important for women to manage their own finances as well as how what we buy and where we buy from has more influence than what we say.
Talk is cheap and dollars do speak louder than words.
From my book shelf to yours, here are my suggestions if curling up with a good book is on your weekend agenda:
If kick-starting the passion projects of others is your weekend pastime, then jump on these projects:
Andre is an injured veteran
who is using crowd-funding to pursue his passion: BBQ. Alabama meets New Mexico and the result is the best dam ribs I have ever had.
#ReWriteTheCode: The #ProjectDiane Documentary.
This one is already a winner - and if you care about diversity in opportunity and technology products / services, you'll jump on to support this.
Go back to writing