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Career Lessons from Emily in Paris

Emily in Paris in Pink Coat with Flowers
Image via Netflix 
 "Emily in Paris" took Netflix viewers by storm as Emily galavanted around the City of Lights. The first season of the show offered a dose of glamour laced with giggles as Emily navigated the new city, French culture, relationships and working in a different country. 
Emily in Paris Black Dress Eiffel Tower
Image via Refinery29 
 Beyond the amazing fashion and beautiful Parisian setting, the show offered plenty of real world career tips. Though you may not soon find yourself on the back of a Vespa with a cute Parisian while wearing couture, you can still take some of Emily’s work-ready advice. 

Spring Suit Roundup

Spring 2021 Power Suits Wear to Work Rodarte
Carolina Herrera Spring 2021 
Suits for this spring and summer are anything but stuffy. As companies start inviting employees back into the office in greater numbers, it’ll be time for a wardrobe shift. Yoga pants aren’t going to cut it when it’s time to return to the office. 

Suits for the 2021 spring season showcased a variety of trends and styles. So one exciting thing about no longer working from home? The opportunity to try all different suits, ranging from sporty to flirty, buttoned-up to whimsical. 

5 TED Talks for Every Girl Boss

TED Talks for Women
Ready to get inspired? Take a listen to these 5 TED Talks to learn more about everything from mindset and grit, to power poses and creativity. 

A S'well Business

S'well water bottle with flowers

Sleek. Beautiful. Functional. It’s the unexpected fashion accessory that changed an industry while also helping the environment. 

S'well water bottle pink with purse
Seeing only wasteful plastic bottles and the clunkier options available for sports, S’well founder Sarah Kauss saw an opportunity to offer a chic and functional alternative. With $30,000 from her savings account and a can-do attitude. Sarah embarked on a journey in 2010 that would result in a brand with global reach by 2015. 

Going Forward

Collage Rachel Hollis Didn't See that Coming book

What’s good? The sight of a rainbow after the storm, the smell of cookies baking and the sound of a cat purring. The list of all that is good in life is endless, but would we be able to fully appreciate the good and beautiful if we didn’t already survive the bad and ugly?
Author Rachel Hollis invites us into the conversation in her latest book, “Didn’t See That Coming.” In it, she tackles this very question as she reveals lessons and routes to recovery for even the hardest of seasons.