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- The Guardian sings the praises of the shirtdress.
- Lifehacker shares five useful price-tracking tools.
- Above the Law lists four common mistakes associates make.
- The Wall Street Journal, clearly not fooling around, sought advice from NASA on dealing with a too-hot or too-cold office.
- The New York Times has a piece about the reasons for and consequences of rudeness at work — and an essay about why so many of us apologize so much.
- Gretchen Rubin has good nighttime advice for those of us who reach a point when we’re too tired to watch TV or go online: Go to bed.
- The New York Times reports that more than 5,000 women have complained about serious problems with Essure implants (which provide permanent birth control without surgery) and the FDA has scheduled a public meeting this fall.
- Fortune looks at a new study that showed many people — about 40% of those surveyed — don’t know their spouse’s salary.
- Here’s your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s provides some wisdom for your early 20s, which people of any age can take to heart.
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We talked about getting your accounts in order before going into labor.
- Kat shared some picks for moms and non-moms alike.
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