How Your Boss Can Better Support Your Mental Health

Mental Health

By Hailey Parks Mental health doesn’t only affect people on an individual basis – it can affect your entire workplace. Nearly 1 in every 5 Americans battles a mental health condition at some point in time, making it likely that most businesses encounter mental illness on a daily basis – whether they know it or … Read more

Renter’s Insurance That Makes Sense: Meet Chris Lotz, Co-Founder of Goodcover


By Emily Merrell Have you ever googled “What renter’s insurance should I buy?” and felt overwhelmed on where to even begin? If you don’t have renter’s insurance, keep reading and get ready to purchase ASAP. After suffering a terrible apartment fire in 2019, I’ve been a huge advocate for those who don’t yet have coverage … Read more

Oils For Your Face & Body: Meet Alana and Maddie Alper, Founders of Alper Oils


By Emily Merrell The first time someone told me to try oils on my face, I just laughed. As a child with oily skin, putting more oil on seemed pretty counterintuitive. Yet, rather than dismissing the idea entirely, I leaned in and tried it. It started out with chia seed oils, then argan oils and … Read more

4 Steps To Creating Self-Care Habits That Actually Stick


By Kristin DeCou Many of us love the idea of self-care. We focus on it for a few days, renewing our desire to take time for ourselves. Then, before we know it, life gets in the way. Self-care is more than just getting a mani-pedi or booking that single massage. Self-care is about becoming the … Read more

Women Leaders Who Inspire Action

Women Leaders

By  Angela Baker Sometimes it feels like we may not have enough power to succeed in a male-dominated world. Instead of thinking about giving up your dreams, look for successful women who positively impact our community. Below are just a few – I hope their stories will inspire you to go after your dreams.  Michelle … Read more

Why Should I Care About End of Life Planning When I’m Young & Healthy?

End of Life

By Tara Sroka As we kick off a new year and decade, instead of making resolutions you may not keep, how about getting your affairs in order in case of serious illness and/or death? You may be thinking, “That sounds like a big downer. Why should I care about end of life planning when I’m … Read more

Lady Boss For The 20-Somethings: Meet Abigail Gibbons, Founder of The AG Collective

Lady Boss

By Emily Merrell As a 20-something in NYC, everything feels like a grind: from working out to finding friends to navigating a career. Enter Abigail Gibbons and The AG Collective. Her platform pushes ideas and thoughts beyond the status quo, challenging you to think beyond the desk job and life post-college. Find out more below!  … Read more

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