January 19, 2020
Weekly Newsletter #56: Elevating Small Talk to Medium Talk
Larry David: “I’m trying to elevate small talk to medium talk,” as seen in season eight, episode six of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”Source: GIPHY
Don’t “Curb Your Enthusiam” just yet – we’re only eight days away from “The Burgundy Zine #13: Dawn of a New Decade” with an exciting line-up for the week ahead of us.
Then, we tuned-in to an interview with Florida-based synthpop artist Nae to discuss her passion for music and the release of her latest single, “80’s Arcade.”
Afterward, we encouraged you to get your shit together with the help of Trello, an online platform that allows you to create boards of your ideas.
Last but most certainly not least, TiaryaV shared her breakthrough with us.
Going forward, we are releasing more guest contributor content and will be posting sneak-peaks of “The Burgundy Zine #13: Dawn of a New Decade” on our Instagram story.
We also have a special interview lined up for this week’s “Tune-In Tuesdays,” so keep an ear out!
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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