11:24 am, August 8th | by Sarah Kaufman, Manilla.com
I wish I could say there was some ah-ha moment when I decided it was time to be healthier, but there really wasn’t. I think I had just had enough of being less than thrilled with the way I looked and felt, so I decided to make a change. Everyone is different, and there’s no one-size-fits-all strategy for adopting healthy habits, but here are a few things that worked for me.
1:45 pm, July 29th | by Colette McIntyre
Not only did your father walk six miles to school, both ways, without any shoes on, fighting back rabid raccoons and bobcats who were trying to steal his bagged lunch, but he also worked more hours than you do now.
12:30 pm, July 25th | by Sarah Kaufman, Manilla.com
The last time I wrote about the topic of achieving work-life balance, I was searching for a photo to go along with the article. Feeling particularly uncreative, I resorted to typing “working mom” into the stock photo service search bar. Oddly enough, the first photo that popped up was a white woman on the phone, [...]
3:03 pm, July 24th | by Grace Rasmus
In recent years, more European women have taken on full-time jobs but, according to new (and unsurprising) research, they continue to be responsible for all the work at home. New data from the European Social Survey shows that a majority of women who work full-time feel that their work is “never done” due to the pressure of household chores.
12:30 pm, July 22nd | by Grace Rasmus
The work-life conversation often focuses on women (especially mothers) and how they negotiate for and optimize their flexibility, but a new survey by Catalyst shows that men also work flexibly throughout their careers, just in different ways.
1:45 pm, July 19th | by Colette McIntyre
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) announced in a press meeting on Thursday that they will be launching a campaign built around economic issues that are important to women.
11:15 am, July 8th | by Grace Rasmus
Three-fourths of part-time professionals in the U.K. feel that they have “traded down” their skill level in order to achieve a manageable work-life balance while raising children.
3:00 pm, July 5th | by Grace Rasmus
Sure, it’s bad — but is it that bad?
6:30 pm, July 3rd | by Weiyu Li
In today’s Read of the Day, Stephen Marche argues that family issues should not be miscast as women’s issues. (THANK YOU!) As Marche posits, “the central conflict of domestic life right now isn’t men versus women or mothers versus fathers; it’s the family against money.”
1:30 pm, June 28th | by Colette McIntyre
Second Shift 2: The Revenge of Kitty Galore