11:00 am, April 9th | by Amy Tennery
Okay, well, you have to try a little. No such thing as free money. But an extra $10K without adding on work hours? Color us intrigued.
1:56 pm, March 29th | by The Jane Dough
“What do I do when I have a blister on my heel during a work event and I don’t have a bandaid?”
Even money says you’re thinking that very question at this exact moment. We know bloody, cosmetic messes consume your every waking thought. Obviously.
11:00 am, March 24th | by Amy Tennery
As you might have noticed, I work here at The Jane Dough. Before that, I worked as a trade reporter. This means lots of work events for me, lots of time on my feet and many, many personal disasters. What do I mean by “personal disaster?” Well, for starters, my clothes falling apart, my shoes rubbing my skin raw and my general grossness. You’re on your feet. Things happen.
And as much as I tried to prepare for the worst, problems often sneak up on me. During my early days I decided that I was a “genius” for packing dental floss for an all-day conference one time. In retrospect this seems hopelessly naive — and ill-prepared. I have had among the most embarrassing, bizarre gaffes you could imagine at fancy networking cocktail parties and award ceremonies. And I will now obliquely reference some of them for your benefit.
9:30 am, March 21st | by Amy Tennery
We know how this goes: You’re broke and you want some wine. Do you want wine because you’re broke? Maybe. That’s not important. The only options in your price range either look terrible, are terrible or are both, right? Do you buy the bottle with the frog on the label? Shell out cash for sparkling wine in a can?
A Jane Dough without her wine? Never! You can buy inexpensive stuff that doesn’t taste like vinegar or chemicals. Now let’s steer clear of the headache in a bottle, shall we?