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The Edition: No. 63

“Men don’t age better than women. They’re just allowed to age.” — Carrie Fisher

Designed. What would it look like if women built the world?

Frocked. Boden’s Josephine balloon sleeve dress and Emma scalloped trim dress bring pretty, feminine dresses to work.

Fringed. Should you get bangs? Pro: No Botox Needed. Con: Maintenance.

Chapped. Dry hands and feet?  Add these gloves and socks to your routine.  Or try one of these 11 soothing hand creams.

Cleansed. How women can say no to ‘office housework.’ 

Laced Up. This Cosabella lingerie set is beautiful but unfussy.  This more-supportive Wacoal bra is lovely too.

Lifted. Try these compound exercises for a full-body workout.

Packed. Traveling for work?  Try Talbot’s washable faux wrap dress and blazer.

Renewed. Career Contessa’s best career advice for 2019.

Adorned. This Molten Droplets Necklace and long Y-Chain Necklace are both awesome.

Pushed. Elevators, crosswalks — the world is full of buttons that don’t work. Why?

Polished. New favorite winter hue: Smith & Cult Lovers Creep.

Unprepared. ‘I craved being a Mom; I wasn’t prepared to hate parenting.’

The new Congress is sworn in, and in many was, this class is historic.  Representative Elise Stefanik penned an article discussing what it’s like to be young, female and in Congress.  It’s a good read.

If you or a woman you know is interested in running for office, check out She Should Run.  Their Incubator has helped women all over the country run for office.

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  1. Dee says:

    That button article is fascinating and, frankly, makes me think of comments on the internet. Sometimes they make a difference, sometimes not, but the Illusion of Getting Your Voice Out There can be reassuring.
    Thanks for sharing!

    January 7, 2019/Reply
  2. Cait says:

    I love these posts with the roundup of great reads!

    January 8, 2019/Reply