The Edition: No. 343

Oct 28, 2022

She refused to be bored chiefly because she wasn’t boring. // Zelda Fitzgerald

+ A four-step framework for managing up.

+ Stock up for winter with 25% off Ann Taylor’s sweaters.

+ The little rituals that keep us going.

+ Build a custom kit at Tarte – 7 items for $65 – before they sell out.

+ Advice for how to handle and learn from job rejection.

+ This gauzy inset blouse looks amazing tucked into a pencil skirt with boots.

+ Exploring the myth of the ‘Cool Mom.’

+ A small, portable light to combat seasonal affective disorder.

+ Exploring the 24-hour trap, why habits don’t need to be done every day.

+ Need a casual sweater for the holidays? Here it is.

+ How to budget for the holidays without blowing your savings.

+ Fashion Jackson’s Vince Camuto collection is very cool. I love this chain bag.

+ The dream of an easy weeknight dinner.

+ Most of Sloane’s clothes come from Carter’s. The polar bears are cute.

+ Tips for talking about miscarriage, yours or a loved one’s.

+ Amazon’s cozy loungewear section is amazing. I love these pants.

+ This profile of Sarah Staudinger made me take a second look at her handbag line.

+ Caslon makes the best t-shirts (also in plus). This scoop neck one is perfect.

A Valuable Read. Attending weddings is getting expensive.  Vox discusses how to protect your budget and your energy.

{via @IamthirtyAF}

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  1. KateL says:

    I’ve bought the Tarte custom kit twice now. First time on a lark and was really pleased. I was surprised how much I like their setting spray – UD is my ride or die and I found Tarte’s to be as good. The deal ends tonight

  2. KAy says:

    Please read the comments section of the Staud article. I liked Staud as a brand befor not I am rethinking it. So just because this woman has wealth and class and is frightened by homelessness and scary vibes we are thinking she is cool and aspire to be be her!!

    • Belle says:

      I guess I didn’t see the homelessness mentions. Sleep deprivation, maybe? I mostly saw the Cher and 70s glam references.

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