Huge thanks to reader P, a 29-year-old married chemist living in NJ, for sharing her money snapshot with us!
Last year, readers asked for a post on how to be happily single on Valentine’s Day — so my good friend Auntie M. is sharing her thoughts…
Presenting… our very first personal money snapshot! Reader P shares her money situation, noting, “I have worked almost exclusively in public administration or higher education, so not a high roller here!”
Guestblogger RoadWarriorette shares her favorite resources and blogs for female consultants and other women business travelers!
Wondering what to say in a goodbye email — and what NOT to say? Guestposter Amy M. Gardner shares her best tips…
It sometimes feels like half of the people I know have a diagnosis of ADHD, and I think managing ADHD in the workplace can take some finesse — so I asked my friend A to write a guest post for us. Thank you and welcome, A! – Kat Managing ADHD in the workplace (which encompasses ADD, … Read More about How to Manage ADHD in the Workplace
Adina J. of Blue Collar Red Lipstick is one of my favorite work style bloggers and Instagrammers (and she’s a lawyer!) so I was excited to see that a) she’d written about her experience with microblading on her blog and then b) agreed to share it with us since I knew a lot of people were curious … Read More about Guest Post: Is Microblading Worth It to Enhance Your Brows?
Reader A recently pulled through the trigger on a nose job (rhinoplasty) that she’d considered for a long time — and lucky us, she wrote in to share her experiences with us! Her post is largely about what you should know about rhinoplasty as an adult, but in general I think there’s a broader Q … Read More about Guest Post: Reader A’s Experiences with Cosmetic Rhinoplasty
This mini-city guide to Los Angeles for women lawyers and other professionals comes from reader Auntie M, a longtime Los Angeles resident and born-and-raised Southern California girl (and former LA lawyer, and one of Kat’s oldest and best friends). She wants you to know that this guide is not meant to be all-inclusive, and even … Read More about City Series: The Corporette® Guide to Los Angeles
Summer recruiting season: always a trying time for those among us trying to maintain our weight (to say nothing of those of us trying to diet)! I still stand by my old advice on how to diet during the recruiting season, but I thought we’d refresh the post with a guest post from a good friend of mine, L, still in the … Read More about How Not to Gain Weight Over Summer Recruiting Season
Have you refinanced your student loans, or are you looking into it? We’ve talked about tackling huge school debt, paying down debt vs. saving, getting financially prepared for grad school, creating a money roadmap, and switching from a lawyer’s salary to a student lifestyle, but we haven’t discussed refinancing student loans. Today, Blonde Lawyer (the name … Read More about Tales from the Wallet: Refinancing Student Loans (Guest Post)
How does your background — like growing up poor — affect your life in Big Law or other conservative jobs? After all, Big Law (and other Big jobs) can be interesting places, full of strange traditions, big personalities, and a lot of assumptions — that everyone knows what to wear yachting or for a golf … Read More about Guest Post: From Growing Up Poor to Working in Big Law