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A Few Things with Claire and Erica

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A Few Things with Claire and Erica

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Hosts Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, co-founders of the emerging design site Of a Kind, expand upon the theme of their highly popular “10 Things” newsletter to share their latest and greatest discoveries. Each episode drills down into the nitty-gritty of two to four finds—covering topics across food, beauty, technology, literature, you name it—and often features a guest who has insider intel to contribute.

Latest Episodes

196: A Fresh Fall Crop of the Best of 10 Things

Super compelling topics on this week’s episode include paper towels and pasta straws—and if you’re thirsty to know more about what exactly that means, read on. The linkage… For some sustainable sipping, scoop up a Stojo cup and HAY! straws. Check into Willow House in Terlingua the next time you mess with Texas, and don’t miss out on Big Bend in general. Soak up some nineties nostalgia with a viewing of Party Girl. Sign up for the Oversharing newsletter for up-to-date info (and LOLs) on the sharing economy—and read more about responsible entrepreneurship from Ann Yang, who recently wrote about leaving her company Misfit Foods. Make personalized board books your kids can’t destroy with the help of Artifact Uprising. Feals - 50% OFF First Order + FREE SHIPPING Sakara - For $60 OFF your First Order Produced by Dear Media

31 MINOCT 21
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196: A Fresh Fall Crop of the Best of 10 Things

195: We’re Answering Your Biz Qs with Bosslady CEO Julia Hunter

We rounded up your mailbag questions all about being a boss, having a boss, and just, like, WORKING and asked Julia Hunter, the CEO of the ultra-cool fashion and home line Jenni Kayne for her take. Oh, does she deliver the insights and realness. The linkage… The Laundress dry-cleaning detox kit and mesh bags. Organic by John Patrick slip dresses—no dry-cleaning required! Don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes—or give us a call at (833) OF A KIND and leave us a voicemail! Click Here for 15% off at FOUR SIGMATIC with code: AFEWTHINGS Produced by Dear Media

42 MINOCT 14
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195: We’re Answering Your Biz Qs with Bosslady CEO Julia Hunter

194: Answering Your First Round of Listener Questions!

You had questions, and this week Claire and Erica have the answers to some of them—keep an ear open for answers to even more in coming weeks. If you’re wondering what to read next, how to show thanks, or how to prepare for your due date, tune in and hear them drop some knowledge. Plus, hear the stories of how these work wives met their husbands, because apparently, you really wanted to know! Click Here for $60 off your first order with Sakara! Produced by Dear Media

57 MINOCT 7
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194: Answering Your First Round of Listener Questions!

193: A Fall Crop of Things Too Popular for 10 Things

Claire and Erica are deep-diving into all the things they just can’t get enough of—but that don’t exactly qualify as new. From iPhone bedtimes (totally not what you think) to traveling the world for yogurt, they’re covering all the bases. Seriously, this episode is so rich you might just have to add it to your gratitude Journal—but more on that later. P.S. You heard of our bookWork Wife? Well, then, grab your copy today. P.P.S. Zip into fall with one of these A+ Lacausa jumpsuits. They’re 10% off with the code AFEWTHINGS. Produced by Dear Media

41 MINSEP 30
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193: A Fall Crop of Things Too Popular for 10 Things

192: A Reproductive Psychiatrist on What That Means, Exactly

Dr. Alexandra Sacks is there this week to give us the scoop on matrescence—basically, the idea that the transition into parenthood is similar to a second adolescence—and, wow, are we thrilled to have her. Listen in to hear her advice for how both moms and the friends and family around them can navigate it. Plus, some bonus HDVB content! P.S. This one is for all the professional enthusiasts out there: Take 10% off the entire Professional Enthusiast by Of a Kind collection with the code AFEWTHINGS. P.P.S. Looking for something to fill up that PE boat bag you’re snagging? How about a copy of Claire and Erica’s book, Work Wife? Produced by Dear Media

30 MINSEP 23
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192: A Reproductive Psychiatrist on What That Means, Exactly

191: A Pilates Pro on What the Fuss is All About

Today we’re busting pilates myths with Heather Andersen, the star instructor-turned-entrepreneur behind New York Pilates, an airy-and-excellent NYC chainlet you’ve definitely heard us talk about before. Listen in for the scoop on pelvic floors, the history of fitness in the U.S., and the future of wellness. P.S. Follow Claire and Erica’s lead and gift this chic Limarium Celestine apron to one of your friends (or, heck, yourself) for 10% off with the code AFEWTHINGS. P.P.S. If you haven’t ready Work Wife already, there’s no time like the present. Produced by Dear Media

31 MINSEP 16
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191: A Pilates Pro on What the Fuss is All About

190: How Taylor Lorenz Turned Her Tumblr Obsession into an NYT Reporting Gig

Aaand we’re back! In this first post-hiatus episode, we’re talking tech with Taylor Lorenz, an incoming reporter for The New York Times whose byline has been synonymous with “ooh, this is going to be good!” for us for years. Listen in to hear how Tumblr (throwback, huh?) literally changed her career path and how she always gets the digital-world goss before the rest of us do. P.S. Follow Claire and Erica’s lead and let this chic Zoka Ceramics Pierced Cylindrical Vase scratch your itch for a new piercing—now 10% off with the code AFEWTHINGS. P.P.S: If you simply cannot wait for another ep of this podcast next week, pick up a copy of Work Wife to hold you over!

36 MINSEP 9
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190: How Taylor Lorenz Turned Her Tumblr Obsession into an NYT Reporting Gig

166: How Friendship (And Mutual Respect) Fuel Call Your Girlfriend

We’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the archive! Originally aired 1.18.19 What an ep! This week, Claire and Erica had the pleasure of chatting it up with Aminatou Sow, Ann Friedman, and Gina Delvac, the three long-distance work wives behind the gold standard in bestie podcasting, Call Your Girlfriend. They share their meet-cutes (Gossip Girl and poolside nail-painting were involved) as well as what makes their partnership work like it does. Hint: consistency, accountability, and having each other’s back. P.S. Claire and Erica’s book, Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses, is coming March 5! Pre-order your signed copy stat, huh?

31 MINSEP 4
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166: How Friendship (And Mutual Respect) Fuel Call Your Girlfriend

154: Angela Garbes on Doing Things Like a Mother

We’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the archive! Originally aired 10.12.18 This week, we got to break it down with Angela Garbes, a total badass and the author of Like a Mother: A Feminist Journey Through the Science and Culture of Pregnancy, the only parenting book Claire insisted her husband read immediately. But having or expecting a kid is hardly a prerequisite: Angela’s work and POV are totally fascinating for anyone who was born on this planet.

44 MINAUG 27
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154: Angela Garbes on Doing Things Like a Mother

105: V.I.P Author Celeste Ng on Writing a Super-Buzzy Novel

We’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the archive! Originally aired 10.16.17 It’s officially cozy-reading season, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have Celeste Ng, the author of one spectacular recent release Little Fires Everywhere, join us to talk about the hard, weird, wonderful work of writing stories for a living.

31 MINAUG 20
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105: V.I.P Author Celeste Ng on Writing a Super-Buzzy Novel

Latest Episodes

196: A Fresh Fall Crop of the Best of 10 Things

Super compelling topics on this week’s episode include paper towels and pasta straws—and if you’re thirsty to know more about what exactly that means, read on. The linkage… For some sustainable sipping, scoop up a Stojo cup and HAY! straws. Check into Willow House in Terlingua the next time you mess with Texas, and don’t miss out on Big Bend in general. Soak up some nineties nostalgia with a viewing of Party Girl. Sign up for the Oversharing newsletter for up-to-date info (and LOLs) on the sharing economy—and read more about responsible entrepreneurship from Ann Yang, who recently wrote about leaving her company Misfit Foods. Make personalized board books your kids can’t destroy with the help of Artifact Uprising. Feals - 50% OFF First Order + FREE SHIPPING Sakara - For $60 OFF your First Order Produced by Dear Media

31 MINOCT 21
Comments
196: A Fresh Fall Crop of the Best of 10 Things

195: We’re Answering Your Biz Qs with Bosslady CEO Julia Hunter

We rounded up your mailbag questions all about being a boss, having a boss, and just, like, WORKING and asked Julia Hunter, the CEO of the ultra-cool fashion and home line Jenni Kayne for her take. Oh, does she deliver the insights and realness. The linkage… The Laundress dry-cleaning detox kit and mesh bags. Organic by John Patrick slip dresses—no dry-cleaning required! Don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes—or give us a call at (833) OF A KIND and leave us a voicemail! Click Here for 15% off at FOUR SIGMATIC with code: AFEWTHINGS Produced by Dear Media

42 MINOCT 14
Comments
195: We’re Answering Your Biz Qs with Bosslady CEO Julia Hunter

194: Answering Your First Round of Listener Questions!

You had questions, and this week Claire and Erica have the answers to some of them—keep an ear open for answers to even more in coming weeks. If you’re wondering what to read next, how to show thanks, or how to prepare for your due date, tune in and hear them drop some knowledge. Plus, hear the stories of how these work wives met their husbands, because apparently, you really wanted to know! Click Here for $60 off your first order with Sakara! Produced by Dear Media

57 MINOCT 7
Comments
194: Answering Your First Round of Listener Questions!

193: A Fall Crop of Things Too Popular for 10 Things

Claire and Erica are deep-diving into all the things they just can’t get enough of—but that don’t exactly qualify as new. From iPhone bedtimes (totally not what you think) to traveling the world for yogurt, they’re covering all the bases. Seriously, this episode is so rich you might just have to add it to your gratitude Journal—but more on that later. P.S. You heard of our bookWork Wife? Well, then, grab your copy today. P.P.S. Zip into fall with one of these A+ Lacausa jumpsuits. They’re 10% off with the code AFEWTHINGS. Produced by Dear Media

41 MINSEP 30
Comments
193: A Fall Crop of Things Too Popular for 10 Things

192: A Reproductive Psychiatrist on What That Means, Exactly

Dr. Alexandra Sacks is there this week to give us the scoop on matrescence—basically, the idea that the transition into parenthood is similar to a second adolescence—and, wow, are we thrilled to have her. Listen in to hear her advice for how both moms and the friends and family around them can navigate it. Plus, some bonus HDVB content! P.S. This one is for all the professional enthusiasts out there: Take 10% off the entire Professional Enthusiast by Of a Kind collection with the code AFEWTHINGS. P.P.S. Looking for something to fill up that PE boat bag you’re snagging? How about a copy of Claire and Erica’s book, Work Wife? Produced by Dear Media

30 MINSEP 23
Comments
192: A Reproductive Psychiatrist on What That Means, Exactly

191: A Pilates Pro on What the Fuss is All About

Today we’re busting pilates myths with Heather Andersen, the star instructor-turned-entrepreneur behind New York Pilates, an airy-and-excellent NYC chainlet you’ve definitely heard us talk about before. Listen in for the scoop on pelvic floors, the history of fitness in the U.S., and the future of wellness. P.S. Follow Claire and Erica’s lead and gift this chic Limarium Celestine apron to one of your friends (or, heck, yourself) for 10% off with the code AFEWTHINGS. P.P.S. If you haven’t ready Work Wife already, there’s no time like the present. Produced by Dear Media

31 MINSEP 16
Comments
191: A Pilates Pro on What the Fuss is All About

190: How Taylor Lorenz Turned Her Tumblr Obsession into an NYT Reporting Gig

Aaand we’re back! In this first post-hiatus episode, we’re talking tech with Taylor Lorenz, an incoming reporter for The New York Times whose byline has been synonymous with “ooh, this is going to be good!” for us for years. Listen in to hear how Tumblr (throwback, huh?) literally changed her career path and how she always gets the digital-world goss before the rest of us do. P.S. Follow Claire and Erica’s lead and let this chic Zoka Ceramics Pierced Cylindrical Vase scratch your itch for a new piercing—now 10% off with the code AFEWTHINGS. P.P.S: If you simply cannot wait for another ep of this podcast next week, pick up a copy of Work Wife to hold you over!

36 MINSEP 9
Comments
190: How Taylor Lorenz Turned Her Tumblr Obsession into an NYT Reporting Gig

166: How Friendship (And Mutual Respect) Fuel Call Your Girlfriend

We’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the archive! Originally aired 1.18.19 What an ep! This week, Claire and Erica had the pleasure of chatting it up with Aminatou Sow, Ann Friedman, and Gina Delvac, the three long-distance work wives behind the gold standard in bestie podcasting, Call Your Girlfriend. They share their meet-cutes (Gossip Girl and poolside nail-painting were involved) as well as what makes their partnership work like it does. Hint: consistency, accountability, and having each other’s back. P.S. Claire and Erica’s book, Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses, is coming March 5! Pre-order your signed copy stat, huh?

31 MINSEP 4
Comments
166: How Friendship (And Mutual Respect) Fuel Call Your Girlfriend

154: Angela Garbes on Doing Things Like a Mother

We’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the archive! Originally aired 10.12.18 This week, we got to break it down with Angela Garbes, a total badass and the author of Like a Mother: A Feminist Journey Through the Science and Culture of Pregnancy, the only parenting book Claire insisted her husband read immediately. But having or expecting a kid is hardly a prerequisite: Angela’s work and POV are totally fascinating for anyone who was born on this planet.

44 MINAUG 27
Comments
154: Angela Garbes on Doing Things Like a Mother

105: V.I.P Author Celeste Ng on Writing a Super-Buzzy Novel

We’re revisiting some of our favorite episodes from the archive! Originally aired 10.16.17 It’s officially cozy-reading season, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have Celeste Ng, the author of one spectacular recent release Little Fires Everywhere, join us to talk about the hard, weird, wonderful work of writing stories for a living.

31 MINAUG 20
Comments
105: V.I.P Author Celeste Ng on Writing a Super-Buzzy Novel
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