Hello, Friends. We hope you are all doing well and successfully flattening the curve. This episode is dedicated to some of the things we find ourselves doing while social distancing and the women who pioneered them. Tabitha shares the stories of a much loved recipe and the woman who created it and the "finding joy" queen herself Marie Kondo. Stacie tells about a woman you all "love" who brought us several television "firsts" and badass feminist, Lizzie Magie, the woman who invented the board game Monopoly, (Suck it, Darrow).
Ruth Graves Wakefield (1903 - 1977)
Marie Kondo (1984 - )
Other Female Inventors that Tabitha Spoke Of:
Lucille Ball (1911- 1989)
Lizzie Magie (1866 - 1948)
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