174: Child Prodigies, Modest Fashion, & Mobile Homes


Show Notes

Tiffany’s came out with a line of “everyday objects” including a tin can that they’re charging thousands of dollars for, and we can’t get over it. We discuss how modesty is in fashion, and why women are seeing it as a way to feel liberated. We hear about one man’s mission to get rid of the airline cocktail napkin. Plus we discuss the way mobile homes can be financial traps. We also talk about a child prodigy whose life didn’t turn out how you’d expect. Today’s episode is brought to you by our favorite face wash, BioClarity. For your first month for only $9.95 plus free shipping, go to BioClarity.com and use code BRAINCANDY. And try the amazing Honey app (it’s free!) browser extension that gives you the best coupon codes for whatever site you’re on (including Amazon) by going to joinhoney.com/braincandy. 

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