Beware of “judging” too soon...a lesson from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor
If you happened to click on this article because you had a suspicion it was going to irritate you, let me start by sharing this widely-accepted notion. “The truth will set you free – but occasionally, it may really aggravate you first...”
I think we all intuitively “get” that there are many good reasons why you might not want to feel like you “need” your partner.
How having to choose between my career or having just 7 days maternity leave changed my life.
Deciding to become a mom was one of the biggest and most exciting decisions of my life.
For many years I thought I never wanted kids.
It honestly never even crossed my mind until I was in my early 30’s and met my husband. I guess it took meeting a man I could imagine having kids with to uncover my maternal instinct.
I had been living a very adventurous life up until that point. In fact my husband I met teaching sailing in Mexico.
The Yahoo! CEO targets her own gender with a major policy change.
There are lots of things that get me fired up these days: the shrinking middle class; corporate greed; politicians behaving like kindergarteners who haven't had a nap and refuse to play nice — ever. But what's got me fired up lately is Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's mandate that all telecommuting employees must start reporting to work at the company's corporate headquarters in Silicon Valley starting in June.
You dream of being a business power couple. Colleagues and clients envy your relationship & success.
When it comes to multi-tasking work obligations and maintaining some semblance of a social life, have you ever found yourself mixing business with pleasure? If so, then we’d love for you to comment below on how you accomplished this without upsetting the balance of your love life. Here are four ground rules you and your significant other can follow so the events of the evening do not creep into your bedroom as an unwanted bedfellow.
It is not uncommon today to grab drinks after work with a prospective client before heading out for dinner with your date.
However, what is the best way to handle this scenario when your date who also happens to be your business partner or colleague also has a mutual interest in meeting your prospective client so he or she too can use the opportunity to network.
1. Whoever Arranges the Meet-Up is in Charge
Search for perfection got you down? Here's how to know when to stop.
I’ve been struggling this week--make that this year--to get my videos done so that I can finally launch my website. These are the free-gift training videos that I send out to anyone who signs up on my website. My credit card receipt tells me that I actually started in November when I bought Screenflow, a video-editing program. Let’s just say that it is taking awhile.
Not all work from home opportunities are scams. Find out if any of these jobs would be right for you
When the economy was at its worst, an amazing thing happened: the number of entrepreneurs, small businesses and self employed individuals rose dramatically. Being self employed isn't easy but with discipline, experience and a bit of know-how, there isn't any reason why anybody can't take a shot at making such an arrangement work in their favor.
Happy 2013! Are You Excited To Go Back To Work Or Wish To Stay Home? 7 Questions To Ask Yourself
Now that the holidays are over we are all getting back to work again. I’m wondering, how you feel about going back to the daily grind?
Of course, for some of us going to work is a welcome reprise from the holidays. But for other’s I suspect that you are not looking forward to going back to work.
Can she make her husband do something for his own good -- without destroying the marriage?
What choices do you have if your husband is doing something that’s bad for him, bad for you, breaking agreements that you have made, refusing to acknowledge that there’s anything wrong, and blaming you, telling you that you’re crazy for calling the problem to his attention?
Marilyn couldn’t decide whether to take the kids and leave him, act like a flaming bitch to get his attention, just go ahead and live her own life and ignore his behavior or just go along with his new obsessions.
We're told multitasking is a bad thing. When can you make it work for a healthier you?
We all hear about problem of multitasking, when we think we can get more things done by doing them simultaneously rather than in order. Some examples include checking email while on the phone, communicating on facebook while watching TV, texting friends when talking to a colleague, auditing a webinar while surfing the web, listening to our child while planning the next day’s to-do list, etc.
It can be hard to balance your personal life and work life. See if you are doing it the right way.
By Teen Parenting Expert, Barbara Greenberg, PhD, for GalTime.com
We don’t talk about this subject out loud now, do we?
And, we see this all the time. Hey, listen I’ve heard evidence of this phenomenon at the hairdresser, nail salon, at high school softball games, and at the grocery store.
Use these planning tips to protect your heart during family/work holiday gatherings.
What is the most stressed part of your body during holiday gatherings?
At first response you may say stomach. As we delve deeper the most active or stressed organs during these gatherings is our heart and mind. That’s why it’s so important to plan with the diligence what we are going to: say, do and feel during these intimate interactions.