Workday Reading

The Edition: No. 270

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. // Edith Wharton

+ ‘What do we owe our jobs?’  A must-read.

+ These chic tortoise flats have arch support.  You’re welcome.

+ Stacy London is now the CEO of a company tackling menopause in a modern way.

+ Outfit: Printed pleat skirt + simple black blouse + knot-front heel.

+ Strategies for resisting the siren song of multi-tasking.

+ Need dresses for weddings?  The Nordstrom shop is surprisingly good.

+ Sheet pan ice cream sandwiches. Yes, please, right now.

+ I wanted to hate this summer-weight robe.  I can’t live without it.

+ Kickstarter is testing a 4-day work week; what it means for the rest of us.

+ Get ready for the beach with this chic towel and wide-brim hat from H&M.

+ Is having a ‘signature style’ the ultimate power move?

+ + 10%-off beauty at Saks. I snapped up this clean-beauty, clarifying mask.

+ 15 Ways to Create Motivation in Your Workplace.

+ This backless dress from Banana Republic is stunning.

Long Read. My father vanished when I was 7.  The experience made me who I am.

Today is the last day of Amazon Prime Day.  I’m not going to give you any hype about amazing products or repeatedly implore you to ‘shop early and often’ for the best deals.  Frankly, all the hype gives me a major case of the eye rolls.  But there are a handful of items that I picked up this year because grabbing an item I already love at a discount is a no-brainer.  Here they are.

Six-foot long charging cables in both USB-A and USB-C

This Daily Ritual Cocoon Sweater that I wear too much

My favorite IGK Dry Shampoo.

And I bought my favorite shorts in a second color.

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  1. meghan says:

    I have ALL THE FEELINGS about the “what do we owe our jobs?” article. At a former employer, the male partners ALWAYS left events we hosted and the female partners stayed to clean up. It upset me as a junior associate, and when I raised it, they laughed it off. Physical labor, not emotional, in this case, but even so, speaks to a larger issue related to culture and unreasonable expectations… Anyway, *rant over*. 🙂

    June 22, 2021/Reply
  2. TheLOOP says:

    That long read. Wow. And uff.

    June 22, 2021/Reply
  3. E says:

    That is indeed a must read. This quote–whoosh–so true: “The better you are, the worse it gets,” she said. “No one likes a successful woman.”

    As a lawyer dealing a lot with other lawyers who exhibit BAD behavior, I often wonder if the opposing counsel would try that behavior on a man and most of the time, conclude they wouldn’t.

    June 22, 2021/Reply