Working from home can be tough, but turns out, making the move back to the office can be even tougher. Check out these tips from someone who’s been there, too.
After a long day, nothing sounds better than crashing on the couch—but of course, those bills, laundry, and cooking aren’t going to take care of themselves. Here’s how to get all the energy you need to rally after a day at the office.
At age 23, Lindsay Avner became the youngest woman in the U.S. to undergo a preventative mastectomy. She then founded Bright Pink, a nonprofit that promotes breast cancer education, early detection, and prevention in young women. Read on for our inspiring interview.
If you’re getting married, one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make isn’t about your the wedding day—it’s what name to use after you tie the knot. Want to hear from those who have been there before? Read on for three different perspectives.
Before Sharon and Kat Wood of Stone Creek Entertainment, less than 5% of mobile games were tailored to women. This mother-daughter team gives us an inside look at the science behind the games they’re designing for women and the secrets to their success working as a mother-daughter team.
With hectic practice and competition schedules, finding time for internships and extra-curriculars can be nearly impossible for college athletes. But being an athlete also gives you unique leadership and teamwork skills. So when it comes time to interview, showcase what you learned on and off the court, and land that job!