So funny, so relateable.
What you get up to this week, friends? I caught up with friends, got a hair cut, and am gearing up for a roadtrip up to Winnipeg for my yearly mastermind retreat. You can follow along with all my travel adventures here or DIY your own creative mastermind with these tips!
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I randomly grabbed this book out of my neighbor’s Free Little Library and I think it’s in my top five books of all time now? I mean, 8,900+ 4.5-star Amazon reviews must be on to something.
Fascinating! Female professional poker players talk about how they deal with sexism and even use it to their advantage.
VEDANTAM: And then there was the disrespecting chauvinist. Annie says these players thought women weren’t creative. DUKE: There are strategies that you can use against them. Mainly, you can bluff those people a lot.
Just as I suspected! Goats like it when you smile at them!
I’m considering adding these to my skincare regime to be a bit more zero-waste. Have you tried them?
I’m giving you intense eye contact and saying: YOU’RE DOING A GREAT JOB!!!
Inside The Delightfully Quirky, Absolutely Fabulous, Utterly Exhausting World Of Cruise Ship Performers
Franek graduated from his hometown college, St. Olaf, with a music degree that qualified him to play “Hey Ya!” six times a day in a local theme park revue called Hit Mix 2006. Then a jazz professor introduced him to cruises, and over the last twelve years, Franek has worked his way up the aquatic-piano-player food chain.
His first gig was playing piano in the house band on this very ship’s inaugural voyage. (He saw six cast members from the original Love Boat christen it with Champagne.) He earned about twenty-five hundred dollars a month—less than his weekly rate now—playing shows all day, then sleeping in a shared, windowless room.
Related: How to work on a cruise ship
Hope you had a lovely weekend!