Meet The Daily Muse’s regular columnists, amazing women who share their expertise with Daily Muse readers every other week.
by Hope Bordeaux
When Monday rolls around, it’s back to work—and back to the subway. Whether your commute is long or short, The Daily Muse’s resident bookworm will make sure it’s never boring. Check in at the top of each week for recommendations that might actually make you look forward to your ride.
by Emily Nickerson
Think finance is a foreign language? It shouldn’t be. Every other Monday, Emily Nickerson breaks down topics ranging from simple ways to save to the intricacies of your credit score.
by Jennifer Winter
Sure, you’ve got your job duties down pat, but what about everything else? Every other Tuesday, Jennifer Winter has you covered with the simple stuff you might not think about (what to do on a phone call), to the very real (and very challenging) aspects of being the only girl in a boy’s club.
by Nina Tamburello
If you’re a foodie—especially one trying to figure out how to incorporate your passion into your day job—tune in every other Tuesday for culinary career options, food-related books, sites, and apps, and lessons that cooking can teach us about life.
by Alex Honeysett
We women spend a ton of time touting the people and things that we love, and yet remain our own worst promoters. PR expert Alex Honeysett will show you how to propel those savvy ideas and exceptional brands past your grandma’s kitchen table and out into the world.
by Alison Johnston
If you’ve ever thought about launching your own tech start-up, check in every other Thursday for insider advice from InstaEdu founder Alison Johnston.
by Anneke Jong
With a dearth of female role models in technology, what does it mean to be a woman in the digital age? Anneke Jong explores the ways that women use technology to pursue their passions, curate their brands, and develop a new paradigm for their identity. Read more every other Friday.
by Natalie Jesionka
Human rights advocate Natalie Jesionka challenges us to close the Lonely Planet and look inside other cultures and ourselves. Every other Friday, she’ll offer advice that only the savviest travelers consider, like how to cope in a new place, deal with exotic things, and understand global women’s rights.
by Hannah Baker
From work wear to party wear, navigating today’s ever-changing trends can be tough. That’s why Hannah’s here—to help you style outfits incorporating seasonal trends and your own personal twist so you stand out (in the best way). Got a style dilemma? Just email email@example.com and she’ll answer your questions in one of her bi-weekly Friday columns!
by Niki Lowry
Need a little inspiration in the kitchen, but not sure where to begin? Every other Friday, Niki Lowry brings you tips and tricks so you can channel your inner domestic goddess any time you want. No fussy foods, overly complicated lists of ingredients, or gazillion-step long instructions, just effortless recipes, meal planning tips, and cooking techniques that any Muse can incorporate into her day-to-day.
The Purple Passport is a web-based collection of chic, one-stop-shop guides to experiencing the world’s cities in style. And the site’s founders share their insider tips with us, every other Sunday.
by Laura Drucker
Our homes are our oases from the chaos of the outside world—or at least, they should be! Laura Drucker will tackle all the ways our apartments and houses can stress us out—roommates, moving, dealing with your landlord—with helpful advice on how to cope.
by Lynze Wardle Lenio
Whether you’re dealing with a difficult boss, dating a co-worker, or navigating office gossip, Lynze Wardle Lenio is here to help you manage the tricky world of workplace relationships. She’ll tackle the awkward, embarrassing, or just plain confusing questions you’ve been dying to ask.
by Victoria Pynchon
Can you negotiate? Should you? For how much? Expert negotiation coach and founder of She Negotiates Victoria Pynchon answers your toughest negotiation questions to help you get what you want—and deserve. (Ask her anything at firstname.lastname@example.org!)
by Fran Dorf
When life gets complicated, wouldn’t it be amazing to have a super-wise friend to answer all of your questions? Meet Fran, a psychotherapist, social worker, acclaimed writer, and blogger of The Bruised Muse, who offers amazing advice every month. (Need advice? Email email@example.com)
by Emily Gladnick
You might not have the time, cash, or digs to have a party in the traditional way, but successful entertaining is a necessity. Every month, Emily Gladnick, owner and lead designer of Urban Garden Floral & Event Design, will share inspired, money-saving, and fabulous tips for throwing a great party.
by Kianta Key
As an unemployed, 20-something food truck owner, Kianta Key has amazing advice on investing, budgeting, entrepreneurship, and eliminating debt, for any girl who’s on a budget.
by Varci Vartanian
The sheer amount of health information available to the 20- or 30-something is staggering. In her monthly column, healthcare writer Varci Vartanian uses her experience as a family nurse practitioner (and her ever-ready sense of humor) to break down the seriousness of science into common sense solutions.
by Michele Hoos
Most of the time, taking care of our to-do lists can seem more important than taking care of ourselves. But we work better when we feel better. And we feel better when we slow down and think about staying healthy and sane. This column is for anyone who needs to take a deep breath at the office.