Something I read: Tina Roth Eisenberg

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“About three years ago, I looked back on my own childhood, and I thought, what are some of the things that impressed me as a kid? What did my parents do that really shaped me? And I remembered: they had dinner parties. They’d invite their friends; there were lots of interesting conversations. As a kid, I wasn’t necessarily participating, but I was absorbing what was being talked about.

So I decided to do that for my daughter. I started with one dinner a month, and I invited people I admire, people who’ve done interesting things. A few months later, I asked her, ‘do you like having these parties?’ I wish you could have seen the look on her face. She said, ‘Mom, I love them.’”

–Designer and entrepreneur Tina Roth Eisenberg, as told to Shoko Wanger in an interview for Freud von Freunden

I love that. Do you have something like this that your parents did and that you’d like to carry on?

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