The Cut published one of the most honest pieces about female ambition. Here’s our reaction.
Just in time for back-to-school, five classes that should have existed in college but didn’t — classes related to what happens when you move on to, erm, real life.
Something interesting happens every time I focus on my hobby: I become more of a creative person in my everyday, including at work. Here’s why you should pick back up that hobby and get the creative juices flowing.
We’re all going through something in our lives. Here are ways to manage your career as you navigate personal hardship.
The job search and dating are more similar than you think. Use these strategies when searching for the job, or the S.O., of your dreams.
This past weekend I had the exciting opportunity to speak on a career panel for Her Campus Media’s annual Her Conference. Here’s my recap of the event and what it was like being a panelist.
This show had the workings to empower female entrepreneurship and celebrate grit and determination. Then it got canceled. Let’s look look at how much was lost in an otherwise important story line.
They say patience is a virtue. Let’s call it for what it is: patience can be annoying. But, it’s part of life, including with world-takeover plans.
As much as we try to avoid conflict from happening at work, it is inevitable. For everyone.
Truth: I’m not one for career books. Then I read ‘The Big Life’ by Ann Shoket.
It looks great on your resume to show that you’re involved in your industry. But, the benefits are so much more than a resume booster. Here are five ways to make the most of a young professional membership.
Do you know where you want to be in five years? Ten years? What about 20 years from now?