Workday Reading

The Edition: No. 185

The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me. — Ayn Rand

+ Planning Out Your Week for Success.

+ The perfect utility dress, also in green.

+ Learning to listen to (and ignore) self-doubt.

+ Nordstrom is having an indie beauty pop-up shop. Love this papaya mask from Golde.

+ How to sleep when it’s hot and you don’t have AC.

+ WFH Outfit: Dotted jumpsuit + Open Cardigan + Raffia Slides

+ Anti-racist actions you can take at work.

+ Of course, AT has the perfect white tweed suit now.

+ Falling out of love is when your relationship really begins.

+ J.Crew has a lot of fabulous new jewelry.  Love this tassel necklace.

+ Long Reads: How to live alone.

One of the toughest foods to master is eggs.  There are so many ways to cook them and each one can be very particular.  My favorite way to make eggs is a soft scramble.

The Modern Proper teaches you how to make the perfect soft scrambled egg.  All you need is that recipe and a great non-stick egg pan.

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    5 comments

  1. meghan says:

    I love that article about relationships. One of my favorite quotes about this is from a nerdy science fiction book. I’ve only been married a year, (together for three years) and it’s not easy, but it is worth it. “Love is not a whim. Love is not a flower that fades with a few fleeting years. Love is a choice wedded to action, my husband, and I choose you, and I will choose you every day for the rest of my life.”

    August 18, 2020/Reply
  2. K says:

    I appreciate the article on anti-racism at work for white people. There are some really good ideas for “what now” and cleaning up our own house.

    August 18, 2020/Reply
  3. JoJO says:

    Love the quote–one of my favorites

    August 18, 2020/Reply
  4. Crystal says:

    FYI, the Modern Proper link takes you to a J.Crew beaded necklace.

    August 18, 2020/Reply
    • Belle says:

      Thank you. Fixed.

      August 18, 2020/Reply

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