Twitter posts: How Whole Foods primes you to shop

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Is my “Let’s Get Rich, Bitch” video insulting to frugality bloggers? Good discussion here: Oct 28 18:17:08 via Timely by Demandforce

Awesome counter-intuitive test to remove trash cans from subway stations to cut down on trash. Oct 25 11:57:09 via Timely by Demandforce

From my email list: Joking abt white people not ironing = hilarity. Joking abt how I hate short hair on women = intense anger.Mon Oct 24 18:02:06 via Timely by Demandforce

Another heartbreaking story from recent grad who didn’t negotiate/left $10K+ on table. Do u guys realize my hiring-manager friends love u?Fri Oct 14 16:09:22 via Timely by Demandforce

I just met someone who has taken EVERY SINGLE 1 of my courses. I didn’t know someone like that existed. From -20K to 40K net worth in 3 yrsWed Oct 19 23:09:05 via web

If you ever eat salad for lunch…”How to beat the salad bar”: Oct 12 13:35:18 via Timely by Demandforce

How Whole Foods primes you to shop: Oct 15 00:31:05 via Timely by Demandforce

Another fascinating article on marriage and gender roles from The Atlantic Monthly: Oct 12 12:03:17 via Timely by Demandforce

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  1. A grocery store… trying to get people to buy products?!?! That is unheard of! This author must be a genius!

  2. Omg!

    Quote from the Wholefoods article: “The average apple you see in the supermarket is actually 14 months old”.