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- Lucky rounds up 14 budget-friendly drugstore beauty products for fall.
- Naomi Alder writes for Medium about working in the tech industry and finding herself playing the stereotypical roles that others expect. And in The New York Times, a geobiology professor writes about the prevalence of sexual assault against female scientists working in the field and how it’s changed the course of her research.
- Inc. gives you tips on ways to signal power with your body language, voice, and more.
- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg explains to The New Yorker why she is not planning on retiring anytime soon.
- Business Insider finds out what nine successful people, like Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, and Debbi Fields (the Mrs. Fields), wish they’d known about personal finance in their 20s.
- The New Yorker has a very honest, heartfelt essay about the writer’s difficult decision whether or not to have children — and the local kids she tries to help in the meantime. New York Magazine gathers some thoughts from famous women — from Margaret Cho to Gloria Steinem — on choosing not to have kids.
- SheKnows gives advice to a woman whose boyfriend’s controlling ways with money seem to be creating an abusive situation.
- Jill Lepore at The New Yorker delves into the surprising and fascinating history — and evolution — of Wonder Woman.
- Which are better for drying your hands, paper towels or hand dryers? Lifehacker tackles this eternal question — and even links to a TEDx talk about the subject. (Spoiler: paper towels are slightly better.)