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Kat Rosenfield is a writer, illustrator and entertainment journalist who loves zombies and yoga in equal measure (but preferably not at the same time). Her work has appeared on MTV News, Entertainment Weekly, Us Weekly, and Vulture; she is also the author of two YA novels. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @katrosenfield.
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8 Rules for Dressing Appropriately at the Office
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It might be time to exchange your pedometer for an alarm clock.
6 "Bad" Foods That Belong in Your Diet
Go ahead, eat that bacon, egg, and cheese.
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Hanging on to your high school or college Spanish—or French, or German, etc—is a challenge once you're no longer enrolled in classes.