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Commuting to Flatsville

Think about that train you take every morning to work. It’s a scene right out of Working Girl: at every station it pulls up to, women line up at the platform in blazers, pencil skirts, tights . 457 more words

Utility

Ambition and Single Motherhood - Mutually Exclusive?

As women we know what a challenging task it is to juggle a career with motherhood and getting the balance right is no mean feat. There have been days where I’ve failed miserably. 171 more words

Tunnelling

Recently, I was in the company of one of my best friends, a woman for whom I have the highest affection and regard. Her intelligence, work ethic and determination leave me in the shade, and her accomplishments, both personally and professionally, are many. 1,224 more words

Musings

CONFIDENT

As a professional woman who has spent nearly every day of my almost 25 year career feeling like I would be “found out” to be the fraud I really am, I have always been fascinated by the different ways men and women behave in the workplace.   1,967 more words

Personal Development

Everyday be Hustling: Why It's Important to ask for a Raise

 

We’ve all been told about the advantages of asking for a raise whenever we get a new job, position, or responsibilities. But this can often be a challenge, especially for women. 57 more words

The Confidence Gap

This past week, the term “confidence gap” has been garnering some attention online. The term’s popularity is due to an April 14 feature published by the… 1,649 more words

Angela Talks

You Don’t Need it “All,” You Just Need a Sofa

This post originally appeared on Double Booked, a blog from the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.

By Lori Weinstein, JWI

I had done it all: worked full time, part-time, downtown, from home, started my own business, even ran someone else’s business. 749 more words