10:59 am, June 4th | by Sarah Devlin
For one young reporter, her job ended up being more of a challenge — and more difficult — than she ever thought possible. Here’s what she wishes she had learned beforehand.
2:45 pm, May 22nd | by Jessica Salt
Our increasingly hyper-connected workplaces are breeding a whole new generation of workaholics — and we’re being enabled by our smartphones. Here’s how to break the
12:15 pm, May 17th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
How lonely are you, on a scale of 1 – 10?
5:00 pm, May 14th | by Meredith Lepore
This is the future (or at least, we sure hope it is).
4:00 pm, May 7th | by Emily Manke
Everybody’s gotta relax sometimes, even powerful women. When your schedule is filled to the brim with work, social obligations, workout sessions, and everything else life throws at you, how you choose to spend your free time is very telling. Here are a couple of (proven, unproven and medium-proven) guilty pleasures for all of you hard-working women out there.
5:00 pm, May 6th | by Suzanne Brackley
Ladies, ladies! Come over here and sit down. Have a cocktail and quit your whining. I’m about to reveal to you the formula for how to be a successful executive, a nurturing mother and an adoring and adored wife all at the same time, and I’m not
charging you a dime.
1:30 pm, April 30th | by Jane Doe, as told to Sarah Devlin
“I finished college and knew that I wanted to work in something creative, whether that was marketing or any sort of advertising [field]. I didn’t really know — I had gotten a degree in journalism and public relations, and neither of those things really seemed like what I was great at. I spent the first two years of college having no idea what I wanted to do whatsoever, which is part of the reason why I ended up going to a state school. I knew I was going into college having no idea what I wanted to focus on, so I rationalized going to a state school because I was like ‘Well, I don’t need to spend 40 grand a year figuring it out.’”
4:00 pm, April 24th | by Emily Manke
A recent survey of working women around the world found that their professional priorities have changed drastically in the last few years.
9:45 am, April 11th | by Sarah Devlin
Elizabeth Jennings might be the most fascinating character on TV right now.