In case you hadn’t heard, the internet is pretty darn big, so we don’t always have the time to cover everything. That is why we have launched a new column on Levo League that will round up all the great things we are reading, seeing, Tweeting, and scrolling through. We think this collection will help keep your finger right on the pulse (and make you sound impressive at your Friday Happy Hour) without all the leg work! So here we go:

Though Sex & the City made it look super glamorous, living in New York when you are young is pretty hard (look at Girls). Luckily, Business Insider has a guide for how to make it in this thriving metropolis. (Business Insider)

All the single ladies… and their babies. The rate of single motherhood in the U.S. has increased dramatically. More than six out of 10 women who give birth in their early 20s are unmarried. (The Washington Post)

Everybody wants to dress like they are on Mad Men, but what about Downton Abbey? Well, apparently retailers think we love the show so much that we will voluntarily wear corsets, petticoats, and whatever those people had to wear for stockings. (Jezebel)

Here are the 10 best cities for young people to work in. Are you living in one? (Forbes)

Though she got flack for banning working from home, Marissa Mayer’s paternity policy could be revolutionary. (The Atlantic)

Is ink on your body the only way to show loyalty? According to one real estate company, yes. (CBS)

Want to know how to pack for a business trip? Don’t listen to Lindsay Lohan. She packed 270 outfits for 90 days in rehab. (Us Weekly)

Should female news anchors cover up their arms? Someone at Slate seems to think so. (Slate)

Everyone’s favorite Girl is house hunting in Brooklyn. Here is a roundup of potential apartments for her. (BuzzSugar)

BONUS: The Mean Girls tell us how to get dressed in GIFS. (HuffPo Women)