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- Have you tried the KonMari method of paring down your stuff, explained in The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up? Lucky magazine checks it out.
- The Wall Street Journal shares advice for men on finding the right glasses frame, but women may find it useful as well.
- Business Insider looks into pricing tricks used by retailers to get us to spend more.
- Time comments on Sheryl Sanderg’s op-ed in the New York Times about “speaking while female” and how women can make sure they’re being heard at work.
- Yankee Magazine offers an essay about Florence Griswold and finding your life’s work.
- Bloomberg Businessweek reports on a new study that looked at why women are less likely to enter certain academic fields and apparently found the answer: We don’t feel we have “innate brilliance.”
- A new Pew Research Center survey offers interesting findings on the ages that professional women have kids and how it can affect their careers and advancement.