A woman reads the dark satiric wellness influencer novel Self Care by Leigh Stein in a pink room.
The cover of Leigh Stein’s Self Care coordinates well with your favorite pink-frosted frames. (PHOTO CREDIT: Jess Barron)

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Stein’s Satisfying Satire ‘Self Care’ Prophetically Predicted the Fall of the Girlboss

Devour this darkly comedic takedown of influencer culture

Leigh Stein’s Self Care skewers the world of woke quasi-feminist Millennial VC-backed start-ups.

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Writer and swashbuckler living a succulent life // Previously Head of Content @hipcamp @headspace @livestrong_com @yahoonews // She/Her

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Writer and swashbuckler living a succulent life // Previously Head of Content @hipcamp @headspace @livestrong_com @yahoonews // She/Her

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