Workday Reading

The Ten: January 5, 2017

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1. To change your life, learn to trust your future self. (NYMag)

2.This $54 Rampage bag with a structured bow is work-appropriate, pretty, and Kate Spade-inspired.

3. TransUnion and Equifax misled consumers about credit scores. (CNNMoney)

4. This long, knit vest from Halogen is perfect for on-trend layering. I also love this wool-cashmere poncho; I’d wear it over a sleeveless dress.

5. Why you shouldn’t work at your full capacity (it’s about setting expectations). (BBC)

6. Sole Society has the cutest, affordable shoes.  Check out these tie-back booties, ankle wrap pumps, and block heel pumps.  I would own every single pair.

7. Why I left Twitter, and why you should, too. (The Guardian)

8. This Boden striped sweater is a classic, and I love the contrast trim on this Tilly sweater.

9. The New Cover Letter: How to snag your boss’s attention. (Career Contessa)

10. Of course, I need this BCBG Montana Midi Dress.  I mean, you had me at Montana. It’s also super chic.

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    6 comments

  1. Jessica says:

    #3 – Equifax*. I was like, my gym??

    January 5, 2017/Reply
    • Belle says:

      Stupid autocorrect.

      January 5, 2017/Reply
  2. Liz says:

    Bookmarking that NY Mag article! I’m a chronic worrier, so I hope that if I learn to trust my pattern of coping with things in the past, that will help me trust that I’ll do OK in the future.

    January 5, 2017/Reply
  3. Betsy says:

    Twitter is a mess. No conversation; just shouting. I haven’t used it in years; I should deactivate too.

    January 5, 2017/Reply
  4. Career Contessa says:

    Thank you for including us! Cover letters can be like…whoa! Happy we could help!

    January 6, 2017/Reply
  5. M says:

    The quote graphic struck a nerve for my 2016. Thanks for choosing it, I like the phrasing.

    January 6, 2017/Reply