2020 has made many of us anxious and angry. According to Life Is Good's "chief executive optimist" Bert Jacobs, the business of optimism is booming.
The "ethical" clothing retailer recently claimed to workers that its "team connection" was "stronger than ever."
Frustrated Retail Workers at Everlane Say They Were Prohibited from Discussing Wages, Working Conditions
The clothing company touts "radical transparency," but their New York-based retail workers say that doesn't apply to them.
But I worry that I'll become image-obsessed.
Remember, you never need more than seven days worth of clothing — all of which should easily fit in a carry-on bag.
It's time to free yourself from staring at the dark hole that is your closet every single morning. You deserve better.