Mary-Kate Olsen Was Reportedly Not Enough of a ‘Stay-at-Home Wife’ for Olivier Sarkozy

Yesterday, May 20, it was reported that Mary-Kate Olsen filed for divorce from Olivier Sarkozy over a disagreement about starting a family.

“A few years ago, having a baby was not a priority for her. This has changed,” once source told People. Another claimed “Mary-Kate thought he would budge on that and he hasn’t.” (Sarkozy already has two grown children with his ex-wife, Charlotte Bernard.)

Now it seems that, despite not wanting more children with Olsen, the 50-year-old French banker was reportedly looking for a “stay-at-home wife.” A source told People on May 21, “Mary-Kate is extremely hard working and focused on her business. Her work schedule is beyond disciplined.” In case you forgot, the Olsen twins currently run two major fashion brands, The Row and [Elizabeth and James].

“She is the type of person who would never complain about a 12-hour workday,” the source continued. “Olivier never understood her drive and passion. He would have loved to have a stay-at-home wife.”

According to the source, Olsen rarely takes vacations while “Olivier loves traveling to tropical places with his French friends. He traveled without her several times.”

A fashion insider suggested to People that Sarkozy wanted more of Olsen’s time. “You can’t control a girl who has been on the billionaire track since her 20s,” they said.

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People’s report from May 20 described Sarkozy as a “party boy and a big spender” who “loves the high life.”

Meanwhile, a fashion source referred to Mary-Kate Olsen as “more reclusive.” “Mary-Kate prefers to be quiet and alone and doing the things she likes,” they said. “She’s not that interested in socializing—she likes small gatherings with select people. They ended up being apart quite a bit.”

Olsen signed a petition for an emergency divorce on April 17, but it was rejected by a New York judge due to the coronavirus pandemic. “We are only accepting essential/emergency matters for filing. The original filing was rejected by the New York County Clerk because they did not follow the essential-matter procedure,” New York courts spokesman Lucian Chalfen told People. “They refiled under the essential-matter procedure and the matter was referred to the ex parte judge, a New York State Supreme Judge. He decided that it is not essential so they can’t file anything at this point.”

When Your Workout Becomes an Essential Service

Here, Mills tells Glamour what it’s like to juggle remote work with running an essential business in the middle of a pandemic.

On going from startup to essential service

We’ve been in business for a couple of years now and we serve a lot of folks in New York City. So when the shelter in place order was made, obviously we sent our entire team home. Then four days after, we were deemed an essential business. I assume it’s because the Governor wants to keep people moving and people need to do so at home so they’re not crowding the parks and on the streets.

From the founder perspective, it was pretty wild. We had to figure out all new protocols and a completely new way of working so that we could keep everybody safe. It was amazing to see the way that our team really mobilized and figured it out. I think everyone really feels called to serve, to know that we are bringing such an important service to people and we’re helping them feel better in their bodies and their minds. They know that there are so many people that are relying on them to keep them sane and keep them healthy and keep them moving while at home.

On staying sane

I’m reminding myself many times throughout the day to breathe. My son is in pre-k and he’s doing school online. It is stressful. There’s a lot of technology challenges to get through. It’s always those little things that are major stressors. I’m making sure to breathe. I am taking my own advice and I am working out often, just to keep those endorphins going so that hopefully the stress can roll off and not affect me so much.

I’m also trying to think about what I’m grateful for every day because some days are harder than others. So, I just try and think about the things that I’m grateful for: the fact that the sun is shining and the fact that I have a roof over my head. The fact that our business is growing and the fact that we have jobs. I remind myself of these things very regularly because it helps me get out of that negative space.

On managing motherhood

Being a founder of a young business is really like having another child. Now I’m working at home with two kids and my husband runs a company as well. I haven’t had the opportunity in the last couple years to spend as much time with my kids as I would like. Now I can get a little hug midday and be part of my son’s educational process and learning letters with him and teaching him and coming up with fun ways for him to learn. That’s something I didn’t have the opportunity to do before and I have the opportunity to do now, so I feel really grateful that that’s part of the new normal. I feel like I’m a better mom for it.

On the future of the fitness industry

I think of it as like a wellness buffet, if you will. Pre-COVID, you could go to a yoga studio, you could go to a cycling studio, you could do at-home fitness, go for a run. You could do all of these things. I think what’s going to happen, which obviously we’re seeing now, is that at-home fitness is becoming a bigger piece of the pie, and I think it will have a bigger stake in people’s lives.

Do I think that people will go back to gyms? Of course. Do I think people will go back to boutique fitness studios? Of course. But I don’t know that they will go to them as often, now knowing that there are really convenient and great ways to work out at home and where you can get a really premium experience, a sense of community, and best in class instructors. I think the way that we’ve approached at-home fitness is very dynamic, it’s very fun and it’s very community-driven—and I think that’s what a lot of people look for in gyms and in boutique fitness studios.

I’ve always wondered how long it will take for people to recognize the value of being able to work out at home. Because of this, obviously people have found it in a more meaningful way.

18 Best Memorial Day Beauty Sales 2020: Violet Grey, Ulta & More

Whether you’re finally ready to put on makeup again or are determined to stick to your newfound skin-care regimen, these can’t-miss Memorial Day beauty sales are for you. From high-tech skin-care tools to summer-friendly makeup, beauty retailers are bringing us major deals on the best beauty products across the board—and you can shop most of them ahead of the holiday. It’s been a stressful few months, to say the least, and while a chic new lipstick definitely won’t solve the world’s problems, treating yourself to a little somethin’ is a simple form of self-care. There are tons of great deals happening now, so we narrowed down our favorites below. From soothing masks to luxurious oils and everything in between, these are the Memorial Day beauty sales we’re shopping this year.

Best Memorial Day Beauty Sales

Dermstore: The luxury beauty hub is bringing us buzzy beauty tools like the NuFace Mini and Foreo Luna 3, skin saviors from Sunday Riley and Dr. Dennis Gross, and flatirons and blow-dryers from Harry Josh Pro Tools up to 20% off with code SUMMER through May 27. Run, don’t walk.

Harry Josh Pro Tools Ultra Light Pro Dryer

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$349

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NuFace Trinity Facial Toning Kit

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$325

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Ulta: The long-awaited Gorgeous Hair Event is finally here, with the beauty retailer offering hair-care products and tools for up to 50% off. Check back for new deals every day through May 30 for rare discounts on brands like Redken, Bumble and Bumble, Ouidad, and many more.

Violet Grey: The high-end beauty retailer, known for its vetted, insider-approved skin care, is offering up to $250 off a selection of best-selling products from prestige brands like La Mer and Augustinus Bader. No code is needed to take advantage of the tiered sale, which runs from Tuesday, May 19, through Monday, May 25, and offers $15 off $100 orders, $50 off $250, $100 off $500, and $250 off $1,000.

Augustinus Bader The Cream

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La Mer Crème de la Mer

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$180

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Bed Bath & Beyond: Do not sleep on the massive home retailer for hidden beauty deals. Bed Bath & Beyond has a wide array of beauty, skin-care, men’s grooming, and personal care products on sale for the long weekend. No code is needed to take advantage of discounts on everything from GHD’s Classic Flat Iron to Eva NYC’s Almighty Ionic Hair Dryer.

Nordstrom: Nordstrom’s sale section is chock-full of great deals on skin care, makeup, and more from brands like Tom Ford, Sisley Paris, Glamglow and so much more—all up to 50% off.

Tom Ford Soleil Flawless Glow Foundation SPF 30

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$88

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8 Inch Round Sensor Makeup Mirror Pro

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Bliss: The skin-care brand is offering 20% off sitewide from May 20 through May 25. Use code HELLOSUMMER to bring the spa-powered products home for your next self-care Sunday.

Lano Lips: The Aussie lip balm brand is offering Lanolips Hydrating Lip Luminisers at 40% off at Ulta. Say hi to a subtle wash of hydrated color with shimmery shades in Beach Pop and Desert Glow.

Tata Harper: The natural skin-care brand has a cult following for a reason, and now is the perfect time to see why it’s worth the hype. Get one free 50ml Clarifying Cleanser or Purifying Cleanser with orders of $150 or more with code CLARIFY or PURIFY through May 30.

Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask

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$65

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Tata Harper Nourishing Oil Cleanser

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$82

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Jinsoon: Finally ready to fix that neglected mani? Jinsoon has you covered with all of the coolest polish shades at 15% off sitewide with code MEMDAY15 through May 25.

KKW Beauty: Up your lash game with KKW Mascara for $15 at Ulta, May 22 through May 25.

Marc Jacobs Beauty:: Remember makeup? If you’re itching to dabble in cool looks for summer, Marc Jacobs Beauty has some of the dreamiest packaging and formulas around. The brand is offering an additional 10% off restocked and newly added sale items for savings up to 60% off regular price by using code SALE10.

Marc Jacobs Le Marc Frost Lip Crème

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$32

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Marc Jacobs Air Blush Soft Glow Duo

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$42

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Cover FX: Prepare for the glow-up. The vegan beauty brand is offering 20% off sitewide including the best-selling Booster and Bronzer Drops, Monochromatic Blush and Bronzer Duos, Water Cloud Primers and Perfector Face Palette—ideal for a summer dewiness complete with SPF protection.

Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops

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Rodial: Get the best-selling Snake Jelly Eye Masks, Bronze Glow Drops, and everything else on its site for 25% off with code MEMORIAL25 through May 26.

17 Best Memorial Day Beauty Sales 2020: Violet Grey, Ulta, & More

Whether you’re finally ready to put on makeup again or are determined to stick to your newfound skin care regimen, these can’t-miss Memorial Day beauty sales are for you. From high-tech skin care tools to summer-friendly makeup, beauty retailers are bringing us major deals on the best beauty products across the board—and you can shop most of them ahead of the holiday. It’s been a stressful few months to say the least, and while a chic new lipstick definitely won’t solve the world’s problems, treating yourself to a little somethin’ is a simple form of self care. There are tons of great deals happening now, so we narrowed down our favorites below. From soothing masks to luxurious oils and everything in between, these are the Memorial Day beauty sales we’re shopping this year.

Best Memorial Day Beauty Sales

Dermstore: The luxury beauty hub is bringing us buzzy beauty tools like the NuFace Mini and Foreo Luna 3, skin saviors from Sunday Riley and Dr. Dennis Gross, and flat irons and blow dryers from Harry Josh Pro Tools up to 20% off with code SUMMER through May 27. Run, don’t walk.

Harry Josh Pro Tools Ultra Light Pro Dryer

Dermstore

$349

$279

Buy Now

NuFace Trinity Facial Toning Kit

Dermstore

$325

$260

Buy Now

Ulta: The long-awaited Gorgeous Hair Event is finally here, with the beauty retailer offering hair care products and tools for up to 50% off. Check back for new deals every day through May 30 for rare discounts on brands like Redken, Bumble and Bumble, Ouidad, and many more.

Violet Grey: The high-end beauty retailer, known for its vetted, insider-approved skin care, is offering up to $250 off a selection of best-selling products from prestige brands like La Mer and Augustinus Bader. No code is needed to take advantage of the tiered sale, which runs from Tuesday, May 19, through Monday, May 25, and offers $15 off $100 orders, $50 off $250, $100 off $500, and $250 off $1,000.

Augustinus Bader The Cream

Violet Grey

$265

$215

Buy Now

La Mer Crème de la Mer

Violet Grey

$180

$165

Buy Now

Bed Bath & Beyond: Do not sleep on the massive home retailer for hidden beauty deals. Bed Bath & Beyond has a wide array of beauty, skin care, men’s grooming, and personal care products on sale for the long weekend. No code is needed to take advantage of discounts on everything from GHD’s Classic Flat Iron to Eva NYC’s Almighty Ionic Hair Dryer.

Nordstrom: Nordstrom’s sale section is chock-full of great deals on skin care, makeup, and more from brands like Tom Ford, Sisley Paris, Glamglow and so much more—all up to 50% off.

Tom Ford Soleil Flawless Glow Foundation SPF 30

Nordstrom

$88

$62

Buy Now

8 Inch Round Sensor Makeup Mirror Pro

Nordstrom

$250

$168

Buy Now

Bliss: The skincare brand is offering 20% off sitewide from May 20 through May 25. Use code HELLOSUMMER to bring the spa-powered products home for your next self-care Sunday.

Lano Lips: The Aussie lip balm brand is offering Lanolips Hydrating Lip Luminisers at 40% off at Ulta. Say hi to a subtle wash of hydrated color with shimmery shades in Beach Pop and Desert Glow.

Tata Harper: The natural skincare brand has a cult following for a reason, and now is the perfect time to see why it’s worth the hype. Get one free 50ml Clarifying Cleanser or Purifying Cleanser with orders of $150 or more onsite with code CLARIFY or PURIFY through May 30.

Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper

$65

Buy Now

Tata Harper Nourishing Oil Cleanser

Tata Harper

$82

Buy Now

Jinsoon: Finally ready to fix that neglected mani? Jinsoon has you covered with all of the coolest polish shades at 15% off sitewide with code MEMDAY15 through May 25.

KKW Beauty: Up your lash game with KKW Mascara for $15 at Ulta, May 22 through May 25.

Marc Jacobs Beauty: Remember makeup? If you’re itching to dabble in cool looks for summer, Marc Jacobs Beauty has some of the dreamiest packaging and formulas around. The brand is offering an additional 10% off restocked and newly-added sale items for savings up to 60% off regular price by using code SALE10.

Marc Jacobs Le Marc Frost Lip Crème

Marc Jacobs

$32

$16

Buy Now

Marc Jacobs Air Blush Soft Glow Duo

Marc Jacobs

$42

$21

Buy Now

Cover FX: Prepare for the glow-up. The vegan beauty brand is offering 20% off sitewide including the bestselling Booster and Bronzer Drops, Monochromatic Blush and Bronzer Duos, Water Cloud Primers and Perfector Face Palette—ideal for a summer dewiness complete with SPF protection.

Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops

Cover FX

$42

$34

Buy Now

Cover FX Monochromatic Blush Duo

Cover FX

$38

$30

Buy Now

Rodial: Get the bestselling Snake Jelly Eye Masks, Bronze Glow Drops, and everything else onsite 25% off with code MEMORIAL25 through May 26.

A New Bachelor Special Is Coming in June—Here’s What You Need to Know

UPDATE: May 21, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. ET— We finally have some news about who’s joining The Bachelor: The Most Unforgettable—Ever, which is now being referred to as The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons–Ever!, according to a new statement from ABC.

Chris Harrison will use the June 8th premiere to reintroduce the world to Bachelor Sean Lowe. Here’s the current lineup for the first three episodes (there will be 10 total):

  1. Monday, June 8 (8-11 p.m. ET)—Sean Lowe (The Bachelor,
    season 17, 2013)
  2. Monday, June 15 (8-11 p.m. ET)—Kaitlyn Bristowe (The Bachelorette, season 11, 2015)
  3. Monday, June 22 (8-11 p.m. ET)—Ben Higgins (The Bachelor, season 20, 2016)

Here’s a first look:

Fun fact: Sean and Bachelor contestant Lesley broke the Guinness World Record for the longest on-screen kiss. He ended up proposing to Catherine Giudici, who he’s been married to since 2014. They share three children, which I guess means this show can actually work sometimes.


ORIGINAL POST: April 29, 2020 at 2:15 p.m. ET—

Considering all the drama currently going on in Bachelor Nation—between Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan getting together, Peter fighting with Madison Prewett online, and Clare Crawley facing backlash over a shady tweet—it’s hard to believe the actual show hasn’t been on in months.

But alas, it’s officially been almost three months since Pilot Pete’s season came to an awkward end, and due to the coronavirus pandemic, we don’t know when we’ll be seeing a new season of Bachelor in Paradise or Crawley’s Bachelorette journey. Sure, we have the new musical dating show, Listen to Your Heart, but it’s just not the same.

But thankfully, The Bachelor is coming through with a new 10-episode event. On Monday, June 8, The Bachelor: The Most Unforgettable—Ever will debut, showcasing the “most dramatic” moments in Bachelor Nation’s 18-year history.

Dorit Kemsley Shares Her ‘Special Tuna Sauce’ Recipe

I met Dorit Kemsley last fall during a recording session for Glamour‘s podcast “What I Wore When,” and although I found her to be funny, warm, and game to riff on any topic, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star wasn’t someone I’d expect to be particularly comfortable behind an oven—this is a woman who told me the (very entertaining) story of why she once had to impulse-buy a $3,000 Alexander McQueen dress. Wrong! When we spoke next—during our nation’s quarantine—the topic at hand was food, not fashion.

“I love to cook, especially for my husband and kids,” she tells me when I asked for her go-to recipe, a tomato-based pasta she likes to call her “special tuna sauce,” which was created by her mother and originally used cod, until one night she was forced to improvise with tuna. “It instantly became a family favorite.”

Dorit stuck with the substitution—she now makes it with Tonnoto jarred tuna in oil—and says everyone she makes it for loves it, although her husband, PK, was slow to warm to its charms.

“I wanted to cook it for PK for years and he would always say not to because he [thought he] wouldn’t like it,” she says. “Then one day I cooked it for my son Jagger when he was 1 years old, which he loved, and PK tried it without knowing what the dish was. You can guess what came next. “This is the greatest thing you’ve ever made!” he told Dorit, and she’s been whipping it up for him ever since.

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Out of curiosity, I asked Dorit what she’s snacking on in quarantine given our fridge fingers all seem to be used more frequently these days. “I’ve been naughty in quarantine. I snack on everything my daughter Phoenix and I bake—and I don’t usually have a sweet tooth—and chips at night while watching television with PK. But I also keep cut up fruits and veggies in the refrigerator so that’s always an easy snack to grab.”

Courtesy of Dorit Kemsley

11 Best At-Home Laser Hair Removal Devices for 2020

While it’s obviously your choice what you do with your body hair (if anything), if you’re wondering what the best at-home laser hair removal options are, we get it. Whether your usual salon is still closed due to COVID-19 safety concerns or you’re looking to save some cash, your first instinct might just be to hit add to cart on the first IPL device you see on Amazon. But it’s a little more complicated than that.

There’s a reason laser hair removal services are usually left to the pros, and doing your research is key to getting actual results—and more importantly, for avoiding burns or discoloration. So, to help you make a more informed decision, we scrolled through thousands of reviews and rounded up the highest-rated, best at-home laser hair removal devices out there. Read on for our recommendations below, but first, here’s some info to keep in mind while you’re shopping.

What exactly is laser hair removal?

“Laser hair removal is a procedure that slows down and eventually eliminates hair growth in the area treated,” says Shereene Idriss, M.D., a cosmetic dermatologist in New York. Basically, the laser emits a specific wavelength of light that targets pigmentation in your hair, and after a few treatments, stops your hair from growing altogether. “Once the energy of the light is absorbed by the pigment in your hair, it’s converted into heat, which destroys the hair cells that produce the hair,” says Idriss. Actual laser treatments can only be done by a certified dermatologist, or trained professionals, and it usually takes several sessions for full results.

How do at-home laser hair removal devices and in-office treatments differ?

When it comes to in-office versus at-home devices, there are two major differences. First, the price. In office treatments usually range from $200 to $1,500 per session, while at-home devices hover around the $200 price point. In this case, you kind of get what you pay for, as at-home devices aren’t actually real lasers. “Most at-home laser hair removal devices apply IPL technology, meaning intense pulsed light, using a broad range of light and by default making them much less specific and powerful,” says Idriss. This means they are generally less effective (it will take much longer to see results), and there’s more room for error as the beam is less specific. Christian Karavolas, owner of New York’s Romeo & Juliette Laser Hair Removal and laser hair removal expert, adds that in-office treatments will give you permanent results, whereas IPL devices generally will not. So although you’re saving money in the short term, you might not get the long-term effects you’re really looking for.

Are at-home laser hair removal devices safe?

Just the idea of attempting your own laser hair removal may seem nerve-wracking, and with good reason. While the devices are generally safe, you do run the risk of scarring, burning, and discoloration, so both experts strongly recommend going in-office if you can afford it. Karavolas adds that there is a risk of damaging your eyesight as well and recommends wearing protective eyewear while using an at-home laser.

To be as safe as possible, Idriss says to do extensive research before purchasing. She also recommends starting slowly, as most burns occur from users getting overzealous, and to perform a patch test on a small area and wait a few days before getting started on visible skin. It’s also important to note that these devices do not tend to work for darker skin tones since it’s harder for them to differentiate between hair follicles and your skin—best case nothing happens, worst case you’ll get burned—so if you’ve got deep skin it’s best to leave this service to the pros. (Here’s a full explanation why.)

Now that you’ve got the basics down, here are the best at-home laser hair removal devices that actually deliver.

Mae Whitman: ‘Endometriosis Is Like Being Shot With a Cannonball in the Stomach’

Glamour: How many years did it take you to get an official diagnosis?

Whitman: I had started looking for a proper diagnosis at around 14, and I didn’t get diagnosed until, I believe, after my 30th birthday. So, it was about 15 years of really searching and really trying to figure it out.

Glamour: What is it like to be in that amount of pain for so many years?

Whitman: One of the most difficult factors of this somehow isn’t the gunshot wound pain. It’s the psychological pain that you experience. It’s also the unknowing that really adds to the psychological damage. I think any time someone is in chronic pain for so long, it’s almost like there are phantoms living in there. These ghosts of where even when you don’t feel the pain, you remember it in your body and then you still kind of feel it.

And again, this is all stuff that without knowledge of what the science is behind it, I was just like, “Am I making this stuff up? Am I crazy? Am I even having the pain? Am I not having it? Is it real? Where is it stemming from?”

A big part of endometriosis is it’s really isolating, and it really can make you feel like no one understands. Even your best friends, even your family—nobody understands that it could be so serious. And I think people think you’re being dramatic—that’s something I dealt with a lot on sets growing up.

Glamour: So what is it like to be in pain, not be taken seriously by the people you work with, and then have to go act?

Whitman: Hard. It’s very hard. It’s almost like you forget that you do have to then go be on camera. I felt like so much of my experience was about trying to manage and push down my own pain, push down on my own experience and be like, “I’ll deal with this later.”

Glamour: How did you get the courage to talk to your employer about your endometriosis? What were those conversations like?

Whitman: Luckily on the television show I’m on now, Good Girls, we have a lot of the same crew that I worked with on Parenthood, so they’ve known me for a long time, and the set is just so wonderfully kind and caring. And I think it comes down from the top. Jenna Bans is our showrunner and is just this brilliant woman who is so smart and sharp and focused, but also so sensitive, so aware.

I sort of realized, knowledge is power, right? So the more that I know what’s going on, even if it’s, “I don’t know what it’s going to be,” at least I could communicate that to them. And it took me realizing the severity of what I had and making that OK. It took me going, “Wow, this is a real disorder. It really affects me. It’s a huge part of who I am and if you want to work with me, you have to at least know this about me and try to acknowledge it.”

I really started communicating with my line producer Dylan Massin who came with us from Parenthood to Good Girls. Once I had officially been diagnosed, I felt more confident in saying, “Hey, this is what I have, this is what it is. It IS serious, it IS real, and it’s going to be a challenge for me to deal with.” It was a very frank and open conversation and he was so kind and considerate and promised to remain aware. Then when I went to his office a week or so later, and I saw that he had written a little “c” in red on certain days of every month and figured out it stood for cycle, so he could try to plan and give me a day off or a light day. That was meaningful.

The Alo Yoga Memorial Day Weekend Sale Has Truly Blessed Our WFH Wardrobes

Alo Yoga is a brand trusted by fitness instructors and celebrities alike (hi, Hailee Steinfeld)—and one scroll through its Memorial Day sale section reveals some amazing deals on high-quality athleisure. Whether you’ll be spending the long weekend getting back to your practice on the mat or lounging on the couch surrounded by chicken wings and wine (either work), Alo’s quality leggings will come in handy, and with up to 50% off hundreds of styles, now’s the time to stock up.

From the cult-favorite Airlift leggings to oversize sweatshirts and sports bras, reach peak work (or workout)-from-home goals by shopping Alo’s Memorial Day weekend sale through May 25. Styles won’t be in stock for long, so get a head start with our favorite 15 items below.

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

47 Best Memorial Day Sales 2020: Nordstrom, Everlane, Coach, & More

ZitSticka: Summer can be harsh on your skin—and these patches help fight heat-induced breakouts. Use the code AMAYZING to get 20% off your order.

Best Memorial Day Home Sales

Bed Bath & Beyond: Bed Bath & Beyond always has some kind of promotion going on—but we’re really eyeing the goods in its Outdoor Patio sale right now: 40% off deck chairs, fire pits and grill accesories? Sold.

CB2: Listen up plant parents, CB2’s is having a 30% off sale on all its planters (basket planters! planters with stands! concrete planters!) along with 30% off other outdoor furniture until May 25, so you now have reason to adopt that second Fiddle Leaf Tree. Code is automatically applied at check.

Wayfair: From storage solutions to comfy sofas, Wayfair is a one-stop-shop for all things home, with ongoing and flash deals up to 70% off.

Williams-Sonoma: Look to Williams Sonoma for all kinds of gourmet fixings, small kitchen appliances (including the Instant Pot!), and backyard entertaining items, up to 40% off through May 25.

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Overstock: Scoop up big-ticket items for less with Overstock’s biggest sale of the year. We’re talking up to 70% off everything from patio and garden furniture to select living and bathroom decor. Shipping is free on all orders.

West Elm: Mid century modern vibes, anyone? West Elm has a tiered sale going on for Memorial Day Weekend, starting with 10% off all orders over $100; 15% off orders over $250; 20% off of orders over $500, and 25% off orders over $1500. Free shipping on all orders with the code SAVEMORE.

Buffy: Buffy is offering $25 off orders of $100 or more with the code MEMORIAL25 through May 26. Trust us, you won’t want to let this comforter go.

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Paddywax: Whether you’re into fresh, spicy, woodsy, or sweet scents, you’ll want to fill your space with Paddywax’s lovely candles and reed diffusers. Place your order on May 25 to get 15% off at checkout, no code needed.

Minna Goods: Minna’s handwoven rugs and pretty kitchen clothes serve up endless wanderlust—and we’d fill our homes with just about everything it has if we could. Its sitewide 20% off sale is a good place to get started, which runs from May 22 through Monday, May 25.

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Coming Soon: It’s hard not to want everything from Coming Soon, and its Memorial Day Weekend sale isn’t making things easier on us. Get up to 30% off unique home accessories like fish keychains, whimsical mirrors, and other vintage design finds while supplies last.

Society6: Filling your home with small accents is an easy way to give your space a new feel, and Society6 has affordable prints and other decor items for the design-minded. Take 40% off wall art; 30% off home decor, and 20% off everything else from May 17 through May 25.

Rifle Paper Co.: If you’ve gotten into journaling or writing letters lately, Rifle Paper Co. is offering 30% off everything from stationery and planners to pretty pillows and prints from May 21 to May 26. Make sure to use the code FRESH at checkout to take advantage of the sale.

Rifle Paper Co. 2021 17-Month Planner

Rifle Paper Co.

$34

$24

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Rifle Paper Co. Vintage Blossoms Embroidered Pillow

Rifle Paper Co.

$80

$56

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Our Place: If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the now-iconic Always Pan, now’s your chance. Our Place is offering 15% off on all its kitchenware and cooking utensils through May 25, plus for each purchase, the brand will donate 10 meals to Feeding America. Use the code SUMMERHEAT at checkout.

Birch: Birch is offering $200 off any mattress with the code MDWS200 and free delivery through June 14—with natural mattresses ideal for the eco-conscious snoozer.

Birch Mattress

Birch

$1,499

$1,299

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Plush Organic Mattress Topper

Birch

$400

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Tempur-Pedic: Tempur-Pedic is offering up to $500 off select mattresses through June 1. Whatever your personal preferences are for firmness and support, the brand has you covered.

Leesa: Leesa is offering $100 off the Studio by Leesa, $200 off the Leesa Original, $300 off the Leesa Hybrid, $400 off the Leesa Legend and free delivery through June 5.

Leesa Original Mattress

Leesa

$999

$849

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Leesa Hybrid Mattress

Leesa

$1,699

$1,424

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Best Memorial Day Tech Sales

Google: Banish your WiFi problems with Google’s cute-enough-to-leave-out Nest WiFi systems, now available up to $50 off for the router with 2 points. Shop the full range on Google or Amazon.

Roku: A better way to stream all your favorite throwback shows? Try Roku’s 4k TV streaming players. It can turn any TV into a smart TV, and until May 23, the brand is offering $10 off the Roku Premiere 4K, $20 off the Roku Ultra, and $30 off the new Smart Sound Bar.

B&H Photo: Splurge on a camera if photography is your new hobby, or take a look some of the retailer’s other curated Memorial Day deals. It’s got everything from Apple AirPods (and Apple AirPods Pro) to tv deals to other smart home appliances like Apple TV 4K.

Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body with Accessory Kit

B&H

$548

$398

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Apple 13.3″ MacBook Air with Retina Display

B&H Photo

$1,099

$899

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