- Stretch sheath dress, originally $1423, now $214. Available in midnight blue, black and light blue.
- Pussy bow silk-georgette blouse, was $135, now $54; five sizes left.
- Ponte midi dress with bell sleeves, was $150, now $60, six sizes left.
- Wool-twill straight-leg pants, were $345, now $50
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Workwear sales of note for 6.02.23:
- Nordstrom – The Half-Yearly Sale has started! See our thoughts here.
- Ann Taylor – $50 off $150; $100 off $250+; extra 30% off all sale styles
- Banana Republic Factory – Up to 50% off everything + extra 25% off purchase
- Boden – Sale, up to 50% off
- Cole Haan – Up to 50% off select styles; extra 20% off sandals & sneakers
- Eloquii – 60% off all tops
- Express – 30% off all dresses, tops, shorts & more; extra 50% off clearance
- H&M – Up to 60% off online and in-store.
- J.Crew – Up to 50% off “dressed up” styles (lots of cute dresses!); extra 50% off select sale
- J.Crew Factory – Up to 60% off everything; 60% off 100s of summer faves; extra 60% off clearance
- J.McLaughlin – The Sale Event: extra 30% off
- Loft – 40% off tops; 30% off full-price styles
- Sephora – Up to 50% off select beauty.
- Shopbop – Up to 60% off sale
- Sue Sartor – Lots of cute dresses on sale!
- Talbots – 25-40% off select styles
Other noteworthy sales:
- CB2.com – Up to 40% off; pop-up sale up to 30% off
- Joss & Main – Up to 60% off, plus an extra 20% off with code
- Tuft & Needle – Save up to $775 on mattresses (Reader-favorite brand; Kat really likes hers!)
- West Elm – Up to 25% off in-stock furniture; up to 60% off clearance
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Ideas for Stress Relief/Self Care
I’ve learned I will be promoted to a senior leader in my company in the next few months, and should be receiving a considerable bump in pay. While I hope to use most of it to fund college tuition for children and retirement, I also know this job will carry also carry a ton of stress with it. Trying to decide if there is some life hack I should use the pay increase to fund, that takes the form of self care. Monthly massages? A personal trainer who comes to my house? Acupuncture? I have a house cleaner already, use a meal planning and shopping service, and get mani/pedis on the regular, so those are covered.. What is the single best thing you do to take care of yourself and alleviate work stress, that you would use a little extra cash to fund? All ideas welcome!
I have a weekly massage booked and I end up cancelling it about 2x a month so it works out to about twice a month. I work out a lot so it helps me for that and also for feeling good. For me, if I sleep enough and exercise I can handle just about anything. If either sleep or exercise goes away for more than a day or two, I get cranky and then overwhelmed. The other thing that I do for self care is exercise with friends — the ladies I swim and bike with (swim 5-6 am a couple times a week, bike a couple hours on a weekend day when I can) are my tribe and my friendships with them sustain me. Right now I’ve got some work stress, one of my kids is causing me a bunch of stress, and my mother’s dementia is getting worse and I’ve got to figure out how to handle her care situation. None of it is ideal but as long as I sleep and exercise I can stay more or less chipper and all goes pretty well. Congrats to you and good luck!
Ideas, I would like a position like this. Can you share with us how you were able to secure such a great job? This would also be helpful for those of us who are starting out without any real-life experience in the workforce. It would also be great to know if we have any kind of a chance at such a senior position of we do not have any connections. What if anything (outside of the ordinary) would you suggest we do to be considered for such a position? Please to give good advice to us! Thank you in advance!
It sounds like she was promoted internally.
I agree with monthly massages! They really help me through the stressful times, physically and emotionally.
Thanks! I bought that DVF scarf.