I'm a lifestyle editor, and here are 29 trendy Nordstrom new arrivals I'm shopping in November
As a professional online shopper (yes, I love my job), I can definitively say I am great at shopping. I can sniff out a good deal from miles away and tend to have roughly 728 products in my cart at any given time. So, let me help you build your online shopping cart. Whether you're shopping for major sale events like Prime Day or just upgrading your wardrobe, I'll always give you the must-have picks.
Don't panic, but the holiday season — and, more importantly, the holiday gift shopping season — is here. It's stressful! So, I like to add a little self-care by buying all of the pretty things for myself.
I'm also someone who likes to get a lot of shopping done in one spot. After years of practice, I've found that the best place for a one-stop holiday gift shopping experience is the Nordstrom new arrivals section. Not only can I get some of my holiday gift shopping done, but I can also find all of the best winter fashion, beauty and home finds.
The SKIMS Fits Everybody underwear is unlike any other underwear out there. I've pretty much replaced my entire underwear drawer with them, but you can never have too many pairs. This new value back of neon thongs is so much fun.
The NIKE Cortez sneaker is one of the brand’s most recognizable styles. I love the classic red and blue color, but I’m also kind of over it. Anyways, I’m obsessed with the deep evergreen color of this pair.
Buying a bougie gift set for myself around the holidays is one of my favorite traditions, and I love a good holiday value set deal. This Diptyque candle set features five minis that cost only a little more than one regular-sized candle.
Public servants and some cyber security experts say the use of personal data extraction tools by some federal departments is shocking, and they're questioning why any government office would need such access to people's private information.A Radio-Canada story published Wednesday details how 13 federal departments and agencies use tools capable of recovering and analyzing data found in electronic devices — including text messages, contacts, photos, travel history, a person's internet search hist
Raw TV, the production company behind “The Tinder Swindler,” have set a new true crime documentary with Amazon Prime Video about the 1978 murders of Chris Farmer and Peta Frampton. Titled “Dead in the Water,” it follows the story of Farmer and Frampton, a young British couple who went missing in 1978 after going backpacking …
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China International Capital Corp (CICC), the country's third-largest investment bank by market value, has told analysts not to publish bearish views on China's economy or its financial markets, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters. The memo, which was sent to the bank's research department, also told them to refrain from commenting on issues that are not in line with government policies. Additionally, staff at the state-owned investment bank have been asked to not wear luxury brands or disclose their pay.
This view of Mars was captured by NASA's Odyssey orbiter using its Thermal Emission Imaging System, or THEMIS, camera. This image is a false color composite, made by combining three channels of infrared data that highlight water-ice clouds and dust in the atmosphere. This panorama was one of 10 captured on May 9, 2023, from an altitude of roughly 250 miles (400 kilometers) above the Martian surface – about the same altitude at which the International Space Station flies over Earth.Source: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU /SCI + TECH /TMX
The plane was forced to take a longer route over Greece to deliver Lavrov and Zakharova to a meeting of foreign ministers of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Skopje, North Macedonia. Zakharova, who is under European Union sanctions, said her presence on board the plane was the reason given by Bulgaria's foreign ministry for denying access to its airspace.
STORY: As Australians struggle with spring season bushfires, authorities are warning them to brace for worse as their summer approaches. The National Council for Fire and Emergency Services said in its bushfire outlook on Thursday, hotter and drier conditions are set to hit large parts of the country under the effect of the El Nino weather pattern. And more capital cities face an increased risk of fire, according to Australia’s emergency management minister. Many experts have said climate change is fueling a worsening bushfire crisis. Simon Bradshaw, director of research at the nonprofit Climate Council, says Australians can, and must, do more to curb the risks. [Simon Bradshaw/Director of research, Climate Council]“We’ve already faced severe fire seasons and extreme heat waves and we’re now seeing a lot of that super charged against this backdrop of climate change. Good news is there is still so much we can do to limit future harms, but it means really driving down our emissions this decade and learning how to look after each other in the face of these challenges.” "We need to be taking every opportunity at this moment to be part of the solution, because every decision we make now, every ton of carbon left in the ground, that’s a little investment in a safer, more secure future for us here in Australia and communities around the world."Some experts have warned, this fire season could be the worst since the so-called Black Summer fires of 2019-2020 that killed 33 people and destroyed an area the size of Turkey. Despite the record rain in November sweeping parts of eastern Australia, Thursday’s bushfire report said this year’s record dry conditions and above-average temperatures will likely continue well into 2024. Officials urged residents to update their fire safety plans, and pack emergency and evacuation kits.
CHRISTMAS 2023: It’s that time of year again: obligatory festive socialising with your colleagues, followed by fear and hangxiety – Katie Rosseinsky shares her tips for surviving the annual work Christmas party. (If you end up in a post-party breakaway group at Westfield Nando’s, you have made a mistake)