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Pleasant Street Goods

Patricia René

It takes courage to live authentically in a very inauthentic world. A dose of curated views, humanity and actionable insights with a flare of historical fiction to cope with the world we live in.

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Hey Sugah

It was 2012 to early 2013 when I took the route of underemployment gladly. I had just been laid off from my Account Manager role at a global company – they had only hired me the year before and decided to do a massive “re-org”. My whole uni...

6 months ago

When Things Fall Apart

I’ve read the history. Both sides are known. We are here though. Violence isn’t normal. But it’s become normal. For what? Generations of trauma. Complicity, yet again. Cowards. Nations of people forced to deal with the actions of their lead...

6 months ago


Tis’ the season for cooking and bad feelings at the holiday table. I miss the family gathering when visiting Mom and Dad for the holidays. It changes after they pass. Just not the same. It’s been over 11 years since we sat together and real...

7 months ago

Welcome to Pleasant Street

Pleasant Street was the street I grew up on. A lot of pleasant and not so pleasant things happened there. It’s where my observation skills really took root and I began great conversations in the mirror where I perfected the art of the rebut...

7 months ago


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  • Patricia René

    WIP solopreneur. I write 2 pubs: "Pleasant Street Goods" where I bring curated views about what it means to live authentically in a very inauthentic world and I also write "PR Scoops" where I divulge teachings and exposés from my product career.

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