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How to Talk About the Election at Work

October 02, 2020

How to Talk About the Election at Work

HR professionals share their tips for navigating this tricky time.

Is it Okay to Cry at Work?

August 28, 2020

Is it Okay to Cry at Work?

8 women share their stories.

What to Do If You’ve Been Laid Off

July 31, 2020

What to Do If You’ve Been Laid Off

Regardless of whether it’s due to a global pandemic or a company merger, being laid off from your job can feel like a crushing, humiliating, and even traumatic experience.

The One Thing We Actually Love About Working from Home

July 17, 2020

The One Thing We Actually Love About Working from Home

14 women share how their morning routines have changed (for the better!) over the last six months.

Finally, Some Good News About Women and Politics

November 07, 2020

Finally, Some Good News About Women and Politics

When women run for office, the world is a better place.

What to Wear for Your Virtual Interview (Depending on Your Industry)

May 16, 2020

What to Wear for Your Virtual Interview (Depending on Your Industry)

Interviewing by Zoom? Here are 5 outfits that will help you stand out, no matter what industry you’re in. (Plus, browse our new job board to connect with members of the larger M.M. community about professional opportunities.)

5 Inspiring Women on Lessons from Their Mothers

May 08, 2020

5 Inspiring Women on Lessons from Their Mothers

Cecile Richards, Anna Quindlen, Maaza Mengiste, and other trailblazing women on the lessons they learned from their mothers.

WFH Diary: Davina Ogilvie on Juggling Entrepreneurship and New-Motherhood

May 08, 2020

WFH Diary: Davina Ogilvie on Juggling Entrepreneurship and New-Motherhood

As a new mom and the founder of Wovn Home, Davina Ogilvie invites us into her quarantine (virtually, of course) to show us how she’s juggling it all.

The “Work-From-Homeschooling” Phenomenon: 6 Moms on How They’re Coping & What They’re Wearing

April 10, 2020

The “Work-From-Homeschooling” Phenomenon: 6 Moms on How They’re Coping & What They’re Wearing

As the world goes into self-isolation, many women are suddenly doing their full-time jobs (from home) while trying to homeschool their kids. It’s a lot, to say the least.

The Rocket Years: Author Liz Segran on How Your Twenties Launch Your Life

April 10, 2020

The Rocket Years: Author Liz Segran on How Your Twenties Launch Your Life

Why our twenties are so crucial for career-building—and how we can benefit from that decade’s lessons at any age.

On the Front Lines with News Producer Kate Eby

April 03, 2020

On the Front Lines with News Producer Kate Eby

In our new series, we’re profiling women who are on the front lines of the fight to understand and contain the coronavirus. This week, we caught up with Emmy Award winner Kate Eby, who produces the 6pm newscast at ABC-7 in San Francisco.

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.

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.

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.

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.”

The Fertility Factor: A Conversation With Dr. Janet Choi of CCRM

April 17, 2020

The Fertility Factor: A Conversation With Dr. Janet Choi of CCRM

In honor of National Infertility Awareness Week (April 19-25), our CEO Sarah LaFleur sat down with Dr. Janet Choi, an NYC-based reproductive endocrinologist.

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.

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