20 years ago today I printed business cards on an ink jet printer, glued them to magnets and had the audacity to call it a business.
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A friend who knows me sent me this story about a guesthouse in upstate New York that has been turned into a secret library in the woods.
The delightful dwelling comes furnished with everything you need to leaf through a good book: a big, fluffy bed, snug armchair, and, of course, a wall-to-wall selection of reading material. A charming wood-burning stove heats the 200-square-meter space, so you’ll always be nice and toasty no matter the weather.
Ah yes, now to figure out how to get one of these in Iowa. You can read more about the structure here and see more delightful photos.
Secret Library Hidden in the Woods Is Every Bibliophile’s Dream Come True
Have a great weekend,
For today’s fun Friday post, I wanted to share this graphic that I found some time ago. If you’re new here, you should know I am an avid book reader and consumer of knowledge.
You can check out my thoughts on countless books I’ve read on my
Medium page where I review books about business, human nature, decision making, sales and capitalism (of course).
Considering the amount of books I read each year, I found this graphic very surprising.
I’d encourage you to pick up a book and get started. Your local librarian should have a few good ideas or you can
check out the reading list I put together last fall.
Thanks for reading,
Though we still have some time, Ms. Martha Waffles, Chief Canine Officer, is getting ready for 2019 by reviewing our
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…or in this guy’s case, not so fun Friday.
Check out this story from the New York Times.
A person running for city council did not get the chance to vote for himself and ended up tying his opponent on election day. In the end, he lost by the roll of the dice.
Several important points here, but mostly: don’t be this guy. Voter turnout matters and we can help you so you don’t end up throwing it all away on the roll of the dice.
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