The Edition: No. 364

Jun 6, 2023

I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I am also, much more than that. So are we all. // James Baldwin

+ Imposter Syndrome is bulls**t.

+ Run, don’t walk, to save 20% on this amazing BR blazer.

+ How to turn your neighbors into friends.

+ Caralyn Mirand’s Drop collection has two great wrap dresses.

+ Manifesting your future, even if you’re a skeptic.

+ Did you know about Shopbop beauty? I bought this mask.

+ From time management to transcription, 12 AI tools to help you at work.

+ Need suits? Tahari ASL has a dramatic one and a simple one, both $229.

+ Crowdsourced kitchen tips to improve your cooking.

+ This mesh beach bag with insulated cooler is a <$30 steal.

+ With infertility, the journey to creating a family looks different.

+ Great new arrivals at H&M Home. This printed beach towel is fab.

+ Why workers aren’t keen to go back to the office.

+ Rack has an incredible sandal selection. Love the metal accent on these.

+ From lipstick to mirrors to handbags, we’re all drowning in dupes.

+ 25% off sale at Shopbop with code SHELL. Love this berry-hued dress.

+ A look at where your tips are really going when you add that 20%.

+ Florals for summer in plus-size, a bright cherry print and a navy work dress.

One Interesting Read. For the past four years, my husband and I have been remodeling our midcentury home.  During that time, I’ve dispatched Kyle to deal with the cabinet people and the electrician because every time I spoke, they ignored me.  It’s why I don’t have outlets in my island and why the outlets in the bathrooms are in weird spots. After all, what does this woman know?  She’s just the wife (who writes half the checks, but I digress).  So this article from Family Handyman on dealing with contractors who only want to speak to the male partner hit close to home.

Do you have a job interview on the horizon?  I have a big one on Wednesday.  This post from The Career Edit covers the five stories you need to prepare to nail the interview.  It’s a great reminder that these questions aren’t about nailing the right answer, they’re about finding the answer that’s real, honest, and shows the interviewer who you are as a person.

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  1. Sarah says:

    That video on imposter syndrome. Holey Moley. Thank you so much for sharing it.

  2. Jess says:

    Good luck tomorrow!!!

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