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WFH Style According to Your Favorite Fictional Working Women

March 28, 2020

WFH Style According to Your Favorite Fictional Working Women

Need a jolt of Leslie Knope’s energy? A lesson in lounging from Olivia Pope? Here’s how to emulate the style of your favorite leading ladies.

Ways to Stay Calm and Sane While You Hunker Down at Home

March 20, 2020

Ways to Stay Calm and Sane While You Hunker Down at Home

Coronavirus has thrust us into uncharted territory. As we settle into our homes for an uncertain amount of time, we all need ways to stay calm, connected, purposeful, and joyful.

On the Front Lines with Epidemiologist Jennifer Nuzzo

March 27, 2020

On the Front Lines with Epidemiologist Jennifer Nuzzo

We caught up with Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Jennifer Nuzzo, whose work is at the center of our fight to understand and contain the coronavirus pandemic.

10 Tips for Successful Telecommuting

March 13, 2020

10 Tips for Successful Telecommuting

If the threat of COVID-19 has you working from home, you’re not alone. Here’s how to stay productive while practicing “social distancing.”

M.M.’s Co-Founders on What Makes Their Relationship Work

February 28, 2020

M.M.’s Co-Founders on What Makes Their Relationship Work

The secret to Sarah and Miyako’s success? They like each other’s friends.

Meet the Future of Women in Politics

February 28, 2020

Meet the Future of Women in Politics

We spoke to five women working with She Should Run, a nonprofit that helps women who are curious about running for office.

#ReadytoRun for Office

February 21, 2020

#ReadytoRun for Office

We’re offering complimentary clothing loans to women running for public office on the federal, state, or local level.

How Did You Know You Were Ready to Run?

February 14, 2020

How Did You Know You Were Ready to Run?

Inspired by our new collection, “Ready to Run,” we share the times in our own lives when we felt ready to take a big leap or make a big change.

6 Women On Finding Out They Were Being Paid Less Than Their Male Coworkers

February 07, 2020

6 Women On Finding Out They Were Being Paid Less Than Their Male Coworkers

They were shocked and angry—and then they took action.

How to Give Constructive Criticism Without Sounding Like a Jerk

January 31, 2020

How to Give Constructive Criticism Without Sounding Like a Jerk

There is a nice way to tell someone they’re screwing up.

15 Women Reveal the Reality of Their Side Hustles

January 24, 2020

15 Women Reveal the Reality of Their Side Hustles

From babysitting to business consulting, having a side hustle requires discipline, organization, and a whole lot of chutzpah.

The Art of Sucking at Something

January 23, 2020

The Art of Sucking at Something

It’s good to be bad at something you love.

Dealing with Menopause at Work

December 20, 2019

Dealing with Menopause at Work

It’s a fact of life, but that doesn’t mean companies or employees are comfortable talking about “The Change” (also, who still calls it that?!).

How to Refocus at Work After the Holiday Break

December 18, 2019

How to Refocus at Work After the Holiday Break

No matter how much you love your job, the early January return somehow always feels like a slap in your unfocused face.

Are You Underappreciated at Work or Are You Just Being Negative?

December 06, 2019

Are You Underappreciated at Work or Are You Just Being Negative?

Understand where the dread comes from and what to do about it.

How I’m Using Work Skills to Manage My IVF

November 01, 2019

How I’m Using Work Skills to Manage My IVF

Tracking everything closely gives me a small sense of control, that there’s something I can tightly manage in a process that’s mostly out of my hands.

How To Thrive At Work As An Empath

October 25, 2019

How To Thrive At Work As An Empath

Highly sensitive people can bring tangible benefits to the workplace, so long as they know how to manage their feelings.

The Gift of a Good Mentor

October 18, 2019

The Gift of a Good Mentor

Brittany Leitner didn’t think she could make a career out of being a poet. Then a mentor taught her how.

What to Do When You Feel Like the Old Person at Work

October 11, 2019

What to Do When You Feel Like the Old Person at Work

Growing older is inevitable. Ageism doesn’t have to be.

Why Having a Peer Mentor Can Be the Best Move

October 04, 2019

Why Having a Peer Mentor Can Be the Best Move

By making introductions for each other, you and your peer mentor expand your mutual network, which can be vital in getting the inside track.

How 5 Busy Women Prevent The Sunday Scaries

September 27, 2019

How 5 Busy Women Prevent The Sunday Scaries

You deserve to enjoy the last few hours of your weekend.

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