Why don’t we think about work/life balance in a larger context? Over the continuum of a career?
Yes, I Can Walk in These
Marilynn Mobley was what one might call a “quiet giver,” making a difference without calling attention to her efforts.
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Doesn’t it make it all the more glaring that an industry so dominated by women has relatively few at the top?
In our eighth annual study on how and why people consume and share entertainment, consumers in the U.S., UK and China stated they want their entertainment ”selfie-style.”
Let’s be honest. I likely tried to prove via these ridiculously large freezer-space-hogging cookies that I could, well, do it all.
Yes, I know the title is a bit jarring… but that’s the point. One in three American women will die of heart disease; that means one woman every minute.
We are too damn busy. Let’s consider not saying yes to everything and being everywhere we think we should. Let's remember we are, in fact, finite resources.
It’s been unseasonably cold in New York; unseasonably warm in Los Angeles and unseasonably hot in the world of women publicly criticizing other women...
Here are ten quotes from the 2014 MAKERS Conference that inspired me and I hope will help you develop a pretty severe case of hopeaholism too...
“It’s time to do away with workplace policies that belong in a ‘Mad Men’ episode.” - President Barack Obama
I recently sat next to a man on a flight who was a banker. Oh, and he was a hairdresser too. Talk about showing up differently.
My heart skipped a beat and I heard myself gasp upon receiving the following notification: Loehmann’s is going out of business.