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Why High-Achieving Women Pretend Their Lives Are a Mess

The insidious popularity of ‘Liz Lemoning’

Tina Fey as Liz Lemon in episode 611 of “30 Rock.” Photo: NBC/Getty Images

TTwitter virality is the cultural diagnostic tool of our time, the DSM for our internet-broken brains. Which is why it’s not surprising that a recent Tweet about Liz Lemon, the quirky heroine of the 2010s series 30 Rock (played by the series showrunner, Tina Fey) struck a nerve:




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Kelli María Korducki

Kelli María Korducki

Writer, editor. This is where I post about ideas, strategies, and the joys of making an NYC-viable living as a self-employed creative.

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