Workday Reading

The Workday Reading: March 31, 2015



1) This Fast Company article about Gap CEO Art Peck’s plan to revive the once beloved brand. He discusses the death of the mall culture, building Gap 3.0, and focusing on customer needs.  It’s a fascinating look at the modern retail model.

2) I love the vibrant red of this H&M blouse with flutter sleeves and a v-neck.  The price isn’t bad either.

3) This “habit personality quiz” illuminates how successful you will be at developing new, positive habits and change old ones.

4) Nordstrom is now price matching to give you the perks of shopping at Nordy’s at the price reductions of Macy’s, Dillard’s, etc..  My favorite jeans, the AG Farrah, are 25-percent-off.  I also recommend this Michael Kors Selma satchel.

5) The Daily Worth discusses why small talk at work may not be as beneficial for women as it is for men.

6) This little, elephant trinket dish from Target is an adorable way to store small jewelry items.

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    1 comment

  1. Monica says:

    I come up as a Questioner, and this is right. I annoy everyone by doing it, but that hasn’t stopped me.

    This is the best part:
    “They resist anything arbitrary or ineffective; they accept direction only from people they respect.”
    Which is why I make a terrible soldier.

    Who wants to live an unexamined life? Apparently, everyone I know.

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