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– The WSJ rounds up some of the new home gel manicure treatments; Pretty Shiny Sparkly posts an updated opinion after a year of getting shellac manicures. (Readers, what are your thoughts?)
– Racked is intrigued by the idea of Donna Karan New York’s new “wellness” line of hosiery, Evolution.
– Capitol Hill Style looks at professional black flats — and some common mistakes ladies make with them.
– The Daily Beast suggests that women should stop trying to be perfect (in a guest post by Barnard College president Debora Spar). The Careerist thinks we should admit that we’re all an unholy mess.
– Ask a Manager has a nice reader discussion going about whether career coaching helps.
– Forbes Woman interprets your workplace anxiety dreams.
– What do applicants need to get in to business school? The WSJ investigates. (Meanwhile, the WSJ also has a story about how colleges are declining some applicants because of Facebook and other web activity.)
– Savvy Sugar suggests some ways to start learning about personal finance.
– Men’s Health rounds up 11 foods that end bad moods.
– Whoa: Shopping’s My Cardio alerts us to the fact that the NYT has finally collected its “36 hours” travel series into books. Awesome.
– Wow: honored to be included in Stylitics‘ picks for the top 10 fashion blogs for women.
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