Weekly News Roundup

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  • Well and Good has a handy slideshow about how busy women actually fit their workouts in.
  • SheFinds tells you about six collaborations you didn’t know existed.
  • Personally, I kind of love this op-ed in Foreign Policy about why we should all recline (instead of leaning in); The Atlantic picks up the story and adds some helpful statistics.
  • The Washington Post looks at a new study that says: more women get to the top if women are already AT the top.  Handy!
  • Forbes profiles the world’s richest women.
  • Learnvest (via Popsugar Smart Living) lists five things you can and should negotiate after salary.
  • For the lawyers among you: Above the Law picks up an OC Style File on an older male attorney who wears a $20K watch and thinks it’s an abomination to check the time with your smartphone; Greedy Associates ponders the fashion problems in an industry that sees both $20K watches on lawyers and crack-spoons-as-necklaces for clients.
  • I’ve seen a lot of friends on Facebook heralding this book: Otherhood: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness (from Savvy Auntie creator Melanie Notkin).
  • Finally: Readers were discussing this WSJ article on proposed changes to the loan forgiveness program; here’s a petition if you’re interested.

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