Workday Reading

The Edition: No. 338

“I have enough money to last the rest of my life, if I don’t buy anything.” // Jackie Mason

+ Some people are just happier being single.

+ I own this $33 sweater in three colors.

+ You can pursue goals and not let them take over your life.

+ 20% off dresses at Karen Millen. I bought this one and this one.

+ Ideas for getting the most out of your commute to work.

+ My favorite acne-clearing products are on sale at Ulta’s 21-days of beauty.

+ The worst relationship of your life will be with a bare-minimum partner.

+ Gap and Old Navy have the most consistent selection of maternity clothes.

+ Everything you’ve been taught about passwords is wrong.

+ Work Outfit. Tan coatigan + Rust dress + Ankle Boots

+ How to say goodbye at a party.

+ This <$100 Chanel-inspired cardigan is perfection.

+ Where the boss/employee tug-of-war goes next, post-pandemic.

+ This sweater dress from Treasure and Bond is a <$100 must have.

+ This Reddit thread on industry secrets was fascinating.

+ Bloomingdale’s back to office section is fab. These flare pants are great.

+ Why “fun fact” ice breakers are really terrible.

+ This is still my favorite toothbrush. 10/10 would recommend.

One Interesting Read. A victim of domestic violence takes her son back to the small, rural town she grew up in.  Can she raise a good man in a town where being a manly cowboy is the goal?

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  1. Ral says:

    Really love the last word =)

    September 15, 2022/Reply
  2. Ak says:

    Abra, I would love it if you could post on how to come up with a budget for clothes, shoes, and accessories. Every year I think it would be great to come up with a budget and a plan. But I never do it! Do you budget? How do you decide how much it should be and how you spend it?

    September 15, 2022/Reply
  3. CP says:

    Oof, the “bare-minimum partner” article is a gut-punch of self-recognition and truth.

    September 19, 2022/Reply