Weekly News Update

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  • Bustle explained why UK Prime Minister Theresa May often wears leopard print shoes in her professional and personal life. As she has said, “You can have a career and like clothes.”
  • Bustle also offered tips on how to organize a small closet.
  • Moneyish discussed how to upgrade your wardrobe for a new job.
  • Refinery29 shared new swimwear brands.
  • Fashionista explained how six American beauty brands are thriving.
  • Glamour asked, “Are women afraid to compete with each other at work?”
  • Thrive Global addressed how to be better at time management, from a statistician’s point of view.
  • The Washington Post reported that paid parental leave is a good step, but workers with children also need flexible schedules and understanding employers.
  • The Cut shared a few signs that differentiate between a panic attack and a heart attack. (Either way, you should probably talk to your doctor.)
  • The New York Times published an op-ed that examined how women in politics are mobilizing, by focusing on rural Pennsylvania.
  • Refinery29 also previewed That Summer, a prequel to the cult classic Grey Gardens, and looked at why Little Edie still resonates with audiences who love fashion.
  • For your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s offered 17 “Would you rather?” questions that will make you laugh or cringe or both.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous :

    Yea, I don’t know that I would classify that McSweeney’s piece as a Laugh…

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