[MONDAYS ARE FINE] APRIL 3

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1. The bad news: Work Party Venice with Shelley Kleyn Armistead is booked outThe good news: Work Party Hollywood with Adi Goodrich is happening just one week later! Adi is an incredible set designer, photographer, and the woman behind The WW Club’s original pop-up space in downtown LA in January 2015. I’m so excited to be reuniting with her - I hope you can join us.Tickets available here.

2. If you can’t make it to either session, fret not: We’ll be livestreaming both guest mentor interviews on The WW Club Facebook page at 10.30am PST. Lock in and submit your questions for some real-time answers.

3. It’s a new month, and a new quarter. Yikes. If you’re feeling a little bit directionless, the Q You Worksheet Pack should help. This is an abridged version of the Make It Work pack, formatted to help you review the months gone by, and set clear goals for the ones ahead.

4. A (very tongue-in-cheek, obviously) Guide For Brands That Have Recently Discovered Womenvia McSweeney’s.

5. Random but relevant: Bloodshot peepers might be an occupational hazard when you stare at a Macbook all day, every day, but they’re definitely never a good look. Co-sign on this eye drop recommendation. 

6. Rework is the best business book I’ve bought in ages. Clear, concise, inspiring. Just what you want from this type of read.

7. I mentioned last week that I just returned from Mexico City, where I had the pleasure of hanging with Suzzan Atala, the founder of Tuza Jewelry. Pay a visit to her new store in Roma, or cop a piece from her gorgeous brand online - this gold-plated vagina necklace seems like good place to start browsing.

8. I also spent some of my time in Mexico with Rachel Howe, the Brooklyn-based  illustrator and tattoo artist behind this beautiful tarot deck and accompanying guidebookA perfect gift, and a great way to support an independent, woman-run biz.

9. Writer Cheryl Strayed tells us how to be Creative Like a M*therfucker. 

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