Happy Friday the 13th! I’m not really superstitious, but I’ll admit that I took a little pause this morning when I checked the calendar. Have you shopped the NSale yet? I’ve stocked up on layering pieces, cardigans, & some fall shoes so far. Check out yesterday’s post to see what was in my cart & what’s on my wishlist, or keep track of what’s hot on my #NSale page. Is anyone else excited for the weekend? It’s been a long few weeks. Work has been busy & I’ve spent my nights trying to recover from the workday, so everything else has fallen by the wayside. I’m hoping to have a GSD (“get sh*t done”) day tomorrow & catch up.
Ok guys, summer is officially here & it brought the intense heat & humidity with it. I feel like my makeup is melting off of my face as soon as I step outside, so I’ve switched to a lighter foundation, but I still need a hard-core setting powder to help keep everything in place. Allure put together a listing of makeup artist’s 11 best setting powders & there is a powder on this list for every situation you’ll find yourself in.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to ask questions, but aren’t sure exactly what question to ask in order to get the information you need? Job interviews & salary negotiations, contracting with someone to work on your house, making that uncomfortable small talk with someone new, etc. Quartz at Work summed up a Harvard study on what types of questions make the most sense in different situations, helping you to ask smarter questions.
Ever wonder what successful women are doing with their weekends? Are they working straight through or having Netflix binges on the couch like some of us (#sorrynotsorry)? Career Girl Daily is taking the mystery out of the weekends of 6 super-successful women, like Tory Burch, Beyonce, & Victoria Beckham.
“Find something you love to do and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.” We’ve all heard it & if you’re a woman in your 20’s or 30’s, you’ve been encourage to find your passion. Heck, I’m guilty of encouraging people to find what they love & pursue it, because I’ve been in a miserable job & there isn’t much worse. But a new study is shedding some light on how we actually find our passion – is it something ingrained in us from the beginning, or can your passion be cultivated over time? This article in The Atlantic was a fascinating look at how we find our passion & how it can affect how hard we work.
This week, I am loving my mug warmer! I know, it seems ridiculous to love something so simple & silly so much, but it’s so nice to have constantly warm coffee on my desk at work. For $10, it was definitely worth the splurge because my coffee was constantly getting cold before I finished it.
Here’s my top 5 from the NSale!
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