You can lean in. Just don’t call it that.

My new pet peeve: lean in. I just stopped reading an article because the writer used it twice in two paragraphs. Actually, she used lean into. And earlier this evening I saw it in the WalMart employee’s magazine.

What does that even mean? I know there’s a women-supporting-women and career success thing called Lean In, but do we ALL have to use it now?

No, we don’t. Please stop. Now.

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