InStyle predicted the biggest beauty trends of 2024.
Allure noted, “[W]hile the ancient knowledge of Ayurveda continues to find relevance in modern times, it is accompanied by a worrying rise of misinformation and misrepresentation.”
Harvard Business Review shared a simple three-question structure to help you communicate effectively at work.
AP News reported that under Gov. Kathy Hochul’s new proposal, pregnant employees in New York state would be given 40 hours of paid leave to attend prenatal medical appointments.
The Cut published an excerpt from Unshrinking: How to Face Fatphobia by Kate Manne.
The New York Times [gift link] explained how “empathic distress,” or hurting for others while feeling unable to help, can result from hearing about tragedies in the news, and can cause inaction that some people interpret as apathy.
WIRED pointed out how we misjudge the environmental impact of many of our actions when we’re trying to do better.
Rest of World highlighted how social media is helping many women in China question traditional gender roles and providing an outlet for feminism, though censorship and harassment are common.
Your Laugh of the Week comes from The Belladonna, with “Top 10 Reasons I Could Never Survive the Hunger Games.”
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