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Audrey D. Brashich covers lifestyle trends, pop culture, and parenthood for national publications including The Washington Post and Yahoo. She is also the author of “All Made Up: A Girl’s Guide to Seeing Through Celebrity Hype and Celebrating Real Beauty.” Visit Audrey's website at AudreyBrashich.com.
The Dos and Don’ts of Dating in the Workplace
Photo Credit: Shutterstock Swiping right, swiping left, virtual speed dating, blind dates — nothing about dating seems easy these days....READ MORE
How Working Women Can Support Their Stay-at-Home Partners
Photo Credit: Shutterstock The typical heterosexual married couple in the U.S. has historically worked this way: The husband goes to...READ MORE
What Work Looks Like Now: Hybrid Schedules, Hot Desking and Permanent...
Photo Credit: Shutterstock Remember when work was a destination? Well, a lot has changed since early 2020 when the pandemic...READ MORE
5 Tips for Standing Out in Virtual Meetings
Photo Credit: Shutterstock What is work going to look like going forward? With COVID still raging in some parts of...READ MORE
Imposter Syndrome Is Real: 4 Tips for Quieting Self-Doubt
Photo Credit: Shutterstock How often do you look around at work and feel like everyone deserves to be at the...READ MORE
Why Work Stress is Worse for Women — and What to...
In April 2015, Milan-based Erika Ferszt, 46, was the global advertising, media & digital director for Ray-Ban. Ferszt spent her...READ MORE
What’s a Returnship, and Should You Apply for One?
Women leave the workforce for so many reasons; they take time off to raise kids, care for aging parents, move,...READ MORE
Tired of Retirement? 7 Ways to Get Back to Work
On average, women live between six and eight years longer than men, yet earned only 82.3% of what men did...READ MORE
5 Ways to Create a Work From Home Space (Even in...
We’ve all seen the photos: women glammed up for a Zoom call and looking completely pulled together on-screen while everything...READ MORE
Why Remote and Flex Work Are Critical for Keeping Women in...
From the time Jennifer Chutter, 47, of Burnaby, British Columbia, was in 11th grade, she knew she wanted to be...READ MORE
We Have to Stop Meeting Like This: 5 Ways to Combat...
If you haven’t experienced “Zoom fatigue” — that special brand of exhaustion that comes from having too many virtual meetings...READ MORE
7 Secrets to Creating a Work-From-Home Routine That Works
There’s a lot to love about the pivot to working from home — more flexibility, the ability to work at...READ MORE
7 Tips for Writing a Resume After Being a Stay-at-Home Mom
Stay-at-home mothers looking to go back to work are benefiting from today’s prevailing thinking about women who take time away...READ MORE
You Need Help: A Q&A with Eve Rodsky, Author of “Fair...
Twenty-first-century women are well-educated and successful — and our partners are often enlightened and supportive. Yet when it comes to...READ MORE
How to Talk About a Pregnancy Loss at Work
Miscarriage and pregnancy loss can be isolating and sorrowful experiences — and are more common than you might realize. About...READ MORE
7 Self-Care Routines for Stressed-Out Women
Women are stressed out. Work responsibilities, financial worries, and the pressures of providing care to children and elderly parents have...READ MORE
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