joan simpson

a repatriated american from the UK who returned to upstate new york and loves being a mom, interior design + architecture, organizing and re-organizing stuff, photography + photoshop, baking + cooking, infographics + illustrator, thunderstorms, profiteroles, bill murray, live music, traveling with her husband, coming to terms with being a hardcore design junkie and earning a degree for interior design in 2015.


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Fab.com Flash Sale: Penguin Books Limited quantity.
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Penguin revolutionized publishing in the 1930s through high quality printing and accessible paperbacks. Get educated—or at least appear to be—with this collection of essential classics. The vintage-modern clothbound covers, designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith, have appeared in the pages of Elle and Vogue Living.

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Postling in Businessweek!

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Bloomberg / Businessweek just published an article about mentorship and decided to feature us for the story. 

For Lifson, the mentoring relationship evolved: Thompson invested $50,000 in Postling in November 2009, the first of several outside backers who have bet about $1 million on the startup. She started using the service for 700 clients of her apartment rental service 4 Walls in Narberth, Pa., immediately after Postling launched in August 2009. 

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He says Thompson’s perspective was as important as her business. “She gets to see a side of the market that is a little different from what we see,” he says. “She was good at all the things that we were bad at.”

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