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The quiet gem is a good alternative to its perpetually-packed neighbor, Atlas Cafe. [Editor's Note: This hot cup of Joe is Paper scribe Alex Catarinella]
Holland, a Greenpoint resident, comes for the Clover coffee, the berry scones, and the freelancing eye-candy
Abraço Satisfy your epicurean coffee-house appetite with a slice of olive oil cake or a petite plate of baked borlottti beans with tomato and dill. Slow down at Abraço (if you can land a seat in the small East village cafe), widen your tastes for the always-changing menu, and let yourself sink into one of the best cups of coffee you could find outside Europe. 86 East 7th Street (between 1st and 2nd avenues); 212-388-9731. Abraço—despite its closet-sized space (and I’m talking Village standards)—is usually packed with regulars and weekend tourists alike.
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Variety doesn’t do decaf. Kyle Lind, barista, says they'll start selling decaf coffee as soon as they find one that tastes good. From his incredulous tone, I assume it won’t be anytime soon.
What To Wear With Your New Jeans #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... Opt for a thick-soled lace-up for a look that's casual enough for crunching leaves during a weekend getaway, but will also work well for afternoon hot toddies with friends. The ankle socks are also a sweet (but not juvenile) touch.
Marques'Almeida x Topshop, available October 9 at Topshop.
Marques'Almeida x Topshop Animal Printed Shredded Jeans, $180, available October 9 at Topshop.
Everdeen Mason, SEO editor Our first volunteer was Everdeen, whose very first contouring attempt is pictured here. "It's a nice first try. She has a good glow," said Wood. "But, it's a little haphazard and uneven on the sides. The products she used make her skin look dry."
Everyday Hair #refinery29 www.refinery29.co... The Architectural Ponytail You know that ponytail trick where you flip it into itself to create a twist? Consider this style its edgy, grown-up cousin. Top and jacket: Nanushka.
What Time Do You Arrive And Leave Each Day? In most workplaces, the number of hours you spend in the office still matters. If you’re out the door as soon as the clock strikes 5 p.m. every day or if you regularly show up after 10 a.m., you risk being seen as someone who’s putting in the bare minimum, not fully committed to work, or even “getting away with something.” In fact, research shows that even if you have your boss’s explicit permission to work a flexible schedule, managers often assume that employees who show up at work later in the day are less conscientious and less effective at their jobs. (The good news? You might be in luck if your manager is a night owl. Researchers also found that night owls are less likely to judge people by what hours they choose to work.)
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