Weekend Reading Vol. 10: Inspiring Women, Shopping Better and Twinkly Lights

by Nadine on January 7, 2017

It’s Saturday! The kid’s napping! Let’s read.

Life motto. (Image: Lucy Vigrass for The New York Times)

Seven Work Goals for 2017: What I Learned From In The Company Of Women. I read this book over the holidays. Full of fantastic kick-in-the-pants inspiration. (Design*Sponge)

Festive Lights Should Remain Up Throughout The Wintertime. A polite demand. (The Hairpin.)

11 Ways to Be a Better Person in 2017. (New York Times)

Related: How to dress like an adult. P.S. I HATE ironing. (New York Times)

Viola Davis’s Call To Adventure. A downside to having a toddler: being totally out of the loop, movies-wise. This is a great read, whether or not you’ve seen Fences yet. (The New Yorker)

Kate Black’s Top Canadian Ethical Fashion Brands. I am down to two threadbare pairs of jeans and zero sneakers. Shopping well is a priority this year. (INLAND)

I Surrendered My Wardrobe. I don’t have a big wardrobe. But in (re)building one post-baby, I aspire to a simple, streamlined one. (GQ)

Washington Post Express Puts Male Symbol on Women’s Inauguration March Cover. Um, ALWAYS PROOFREAD. (The Hollywood Reporter.)

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