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Cool things I found this week (week 2)

Found by Bridget Pilloud and posted to her Facebook page.

Bridget is an incredible intuit who runs this amazing special during the holidays. Called an 'intuitive cupcake',

she can break down your hairiest problem and find help you fix it. They are $45. If she has any left, you don't want to miss this.


The hidden world of polinators

I've posted this video before. It was sent to me by a friend this week. It still makes me weep with the beauty of the world we live in. This is a video of the pollinators. There's an amazing shot of beloved bees and even a bat with a baby clinging to her body while she feeds. If you want to skip ahead, the gorgeous video starts at 3:15; bees at 4:15; that baby bat at 5:54. But you'll want to watch the whole thing.


"There are no shortcuts. NONE. With all of this craziness in the stock and financial markets, there will be scams popping up left and right. The less money you have, the more likely someone will come at you with some scheme. The schemes will guarantee returns, use multi-level marketing, or be something crazy that is now “backed by the US Government.” Please ignore them. Always remember this: if a deal is a great deal, they aren’t going to share it with you.

I don’t broadcast my great deals. I keep them all to myself. Also, if the person selling the deal was so smart, they would be rich beyond rich rather than trolling the streets looking to turn you into a sucker. There are no shortcuts." Mark Cuban in "How to Get Rich"

This is true about everything - writing, marketing, getting rich, gardening, everything you can think of. If someone tells you there's a short cut, you should ask yourself what they are selling.

My all new peacock award:

Male peacocks flash their feathers for the sole purpose of to getting the attention of a female.

This week's peacock award goes to Kim Kardashian for not knowing that divorcing someone after 72 days (no matter what the reason) is not "lov(ing) with all of my heart and soul." It's just not.