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Contributors

Confession From the Girl Who Didn’t Like Girls & Why I Decided To Change My Mindset

Confession From the Girl Who Didn’t Like Girls & Why I Decided To Change My Mindset

By Chelsea Ranard For as long as I can remember, I’ve had sister-like relationships with my closest girlfriends. Many of them are still close to me, and I continue to […]

Sponsored

The Importance Of Supporting Employee Wellness & Mental Health In The Workplace

The Importance Of Supporting Employee Wellness & Mental Health In The Workplace

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by PSECU, a Pennsylvania-based credit union. Being in charge can feel pretty amazing – most of the time. But sometimes it can be tough to […]

Family Life

Microsoft Says It Will Drop Biz Partners That Don’t Offer Paid Family Leave

Microsoft Says It Will Drop Biz Partners That Don’t Offer Paid Family Leave

By Una Dabiero for Fairygodboss Some of the perks of working in big tech are the benefits they offer to attract top talent. Generous pay, generous leave, and, you guessed it, […]

Contributors, Health

My Journey From Addiction To Recovery Was Difficult. Here’s What Made It Possible

My Journey From Addiction To Recovery Was Difficult. Here’s What Made It Possible

By Crystal Hampton In today’s society the demands and expectations of women is often an unattainable goal. This can leave many of us exhausted, feeling depressed, with low self esteem, […]

Family Life

Motherhood Is Getting More Expensive — And It’s Hurting These Women The Most

Motherhood Is Getting More Expensive — And It’s Hurting These Women The Most

By AnnaMarie Houlis for Fairygodboss Motherhood isn’t cheap. It’s no surprise that raising children costs a pretty penny, but college-educated women, in particular, underestimate the demands of parenthood and the […]

Girl on a Mission

5 Ways To Practice The Art Of Supporting And Celebrating Other Women

5 Ways To Practice The Art Of Supporting And Celebrating Other Women

By Chelsy Ranard Being conscious of social issues and working to create change as a result of that knowledge isn’t something that people are born with. It takes work to […]

Family Life

A Sobering Look At How America Compares To The Rest Of The World With Parental Leave & Childcare

A Sobering Look At How America Compares To The Rest Of The World With Parental Leave & Childcare

Think of the biggest upheavals that can happen to you in your life. There’s getting married, of course, or graduating from college and finding a job. Moving can cause a […]

Health

Triggering Or Healing: When To Know If Your Trauma Can Help Others Process Their Pain

Triggering Or Healing: When To Know If Your Trauma Can Help Others Process Their Pain

By Chelsy Ranard When my best friend passed away in a drunk driving accident, all I wanted was to create positive change. I wanted her death to mean life for […]

Lifestyle

3 Tips To Help Women In The Business Sector Succeed, Rise & Make Themselves Invaluable

3 Tips To Help Women In The Business Sector Succeed, Rise & Make Themselves Invaluable

With statistics showing how the business world is still very male-dominated, especially further up the leadership ladder you go, it can seem like a daunting task for women to get […]

Working Women

How The Women’s March Inspired An Entrepreneur To Create A Female-Only Community App

How The Women’s March Inspired An Entrepreneur To Create A Female-Only Community App

For many of us, the Women’s March held on January 21st 2017 was a turning point politically and socially. It marked the start of a wave of activism not just […]

Politics

This Organization Is Encouraging Young Black & Brown Girls To Run For Political Positions

This Organization Is Encouraging Young Black & Brown Girls To Run For Political Positions

The November 7 elections this year overwhelmingly proved the diversity of America, and that we are ready to see a new kind of political representation at all levels. The most […]

Contributors, Health

Fostering A Work Environment That Is Open To Discussing Mental Health Issues

Fostering A Work Environment That Is Open To Discussing Mental Health Issues

By Melissa Lobo A young doctor beginning her Masters in Public Health at a prestigious University in Asia was pleasantly surprised to find a scholarly environment that was highly accommodating […]