Staff Gift Picks: What MM Employees Are Getting Their Loved Ones
Seeking last-minute inspiration? Take a peek inside MM’s gifting brain trust.
Power Breakfast With Sallie Krawcheck
MM CEO Sarah Lafleur sits down with the Wall Street legend.
One Size Fits Most: Gifts For Everyone, Under $200
Don’t know her size? Don’t worry. We’re here to help.
Built For Speed: Tracksmith Is the Company for Serious Runners
A conversation with Matt Taylor, the founder of running apparel company Tracksmith.
Gift Matrix: Presents for All the Ladies on Your List
Kick back. We’ve got this.
Let’s Stop Talking About “Luck”
Do you attribute your career breaks to “luck”? Try again.
I Started a New Job 3 Months Pregnant
One MM employee on interviewing during her first trimester.
Humans of MM
The Wild, Wonderful World of MM’s Engineering Team
Meet the brilliant engineers that keep MM humming.
Get What You Want: 5 Expert Negotiating Tips
From Columbia professor Malia Mason.
Lawyers on Their Interview Outfits: 13 Tips for Nailing It
Calling all lawyers: 13 detailed tips on what to wear to your job interview.
What To Wear to the Internship: 4 Interns, 4 Wardrobes
Congratulations—you got an internship! Now, what to wear? MM.LaFleur’s own editorial intern tracked four friends through their summer jobs in finance, law, and philanthropy.
Work/Life, Womansplained: weeSpring CEO Allyson Downey on Career and Motherhood
Entrepreneur and author Allyson Downey discusses the maternity leave trap, judge-y moms, and how to split up “thinking work” between parents.
How Do You OOO?
Pack your bags, lather on the sunscreen, and fire up your auto-replies: It’s OOO season.
Out of Office: MM.LaFleur’s NYC Showroom Is a Shopping Haven for Busy Professionals
Our new showroom is open! Prepare to have the most productive, personalized, and stress-free shopping experience of your life.
Banning ‘Bro Talk’: Sam Polk on Why Men Need to Step Up Their Treatment of Women in the Workplace
Sam Polk, a former hedge fund trader, speaks to us about about “bro talk” and holding men accountable for their treatment of women in the workplace.
One Pizza at a Time: Nancy Easton Brought Healthy Food to Schools Way Before It Was Cool
As a teacher, marathoner, mother of three, and founder of Wellness in the Schools—a rapidly-expanding nonprofit that brings nutritional food and fitness programs to public schools nationwide—Nancy Easton tackles impossibility with a firm hug (and a salad bar).
The Career Matchmaker: Meet Kathryn Minshew, CEO of The Muse
After struggling with her own career path, Kathryn Minshew co-founded The Muse, which provides job counseling and matches users to open positions at great companies.
5 Plane-to-meeting Dresses to Wear on Your Next Business Trip
Outfits that take you straight from the airport to the office—because no one wants to change in an airport bathroom.
Polished, Sharp, and Pregnant: 5 Tips for Maternity Workwear
Kelly Heuer, Ph.D. was baffled by her options for maternity workwear—but not for long. Here, her five guidelines for looking polished, sharp, and in charge for all nine months.
Ambitious, Driven, Career-focused, and Part-time: Meet the Women of Werk
Meet the co-founders of Werk, a new company that matches ambitious women with high-level flex- and part-time jobs.
How To Quit Your Job Gracefully
Almost everyone quits a job at some point. Here’s how to do it without burning bridges (unless, of course, you want to).