Sororities are in the news right now, so I thought they might be interesting to discuss. Were you in one in college? Do you think your sorority helped with networking or connection? Do you agree with the calls to dissolve the Greek system?
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Author/illustrator Ann Shen is new to me, but I’m kind of crushing on all of her books right now…
Where should you start when you need a complete wardrobe revamp — to completely update your look?
Here’s an interesting question for 2020: Does a link to your LinkedIn supersede your resume? What are the differences between LinkedIn and your resume?
Here’s an open thread for today: what books, shows and more have you found delightful lately?
What do you think are the must-have school supplies for law school and grad school?
How are you supporting or being supported by your boss while working from home? Is your boss helping or hurting the current craziness?
Elizabeth, Kate and Kat share their work-from-home routines, including looking presentable for Zooms, sharing work time and office space with partners, and more! What’s YOUR work-from-home routine (and how has it changed from your office routine?)
What would you say are the best books to read if you’re considering a career change? What are your favorite career books in general?
A friend of mine wondered: What is “the Zoom shirt” for women? (And, in general, what are you wearing for work-related Zoom calls?)
What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s happened to you at work? We’ve talked about mistakes at work before, but not personal-related embarrassments that happened at work…
Readers discuss the first book in the Corporette Book Club, Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond.