Hot on the heels of our discussion about where to shop in Asia, today’s guest poster has some advice for how to travel internationally in comfort and style—and to keep your cool as a business traveler. Readers, welcome Courtney Gould Miller, a Los Angeles attorney and founder of the blog Chinaful, focusing on all things … Read More about Guest Post: How to Travel Internationally in Comfort and Style
2018 Update: If you’re looking on more advice on the benefits of meditation for business women or the best meditation apps for working women, please check out our more recent discussions! How do you turn rush hour into a productive, calming time? While in the past I’ve used my subway commute to catch up on reading … Read More about Guest Post: Rush Hour Doesn’t Have to Suck
2018 Update: Because so many of the below pieces are sold out, if you’re looking for advice on how to build a professional wardrobe for $150, you may instead want to check out our recent advice on how to buy an entire work wardrobe with no money. I know a lot of readers love Target … Read More about How to Build a Professional Wardrobe for $150
401K fees can be such a complicated topic — so when the good folks at DailyWorth offered to guest post I jumped at the chance to have someone wiser than myself cover it! – Kat Is your 401k plan costing you too much? Many people don’t realize that they’re being charged a fee (or fees) … Read More about Guest Post: The Fees That Eat Away At Your 401K
January is for resolutions, but some say the real work begins in February — today’s guest poster, Desiree Moore of Greenhorn Legal, LLC, wonders if that isn’t the case… Pictured: Dawn of a new day, originally uploaded to Flickr by rlanvin. I have been thinking a lot lately about the way we judge time, and … Read More about Guest Post: Take Back February – A Three-Part Guide To Restoring Our Holiday State Of Mind
Ever considered freezing your eggs, either because you wanted to postpone kids for your career or because the right partner seems to be in hiding? One of my best friends, “Auntie M.,” just went through the procedure, and I asked her to blog about it for Corporette. (Pictured: B0008308 Xenopus laevis oocytes, originally uploaded to … Read More about Oooh, My Oocytes! Or, My Experience With Freezing My Eggs
Today, a rare treat: a 360 review! In the 360 Review, Corporette examines a “professional woman”s” attire and critiques it from all perspectives: underling, boss, friend. Today’s guest post is from Ashley Faus, who blogs at Consciously Corporate — she’s reviewing Dr. Megan Hunt of the new ABC show Body of Proof. Meet Dr. Megan … Read More about 360 Review: Dr. Megan Hunt of Body of Proof
How do you know when to splurge on a piece of jewelry? A big step in the right direction involves understanding the jewelry terminology (it’s also helpful if you suspect you’re allergic to some jewelry!) Today’s guest post explores just that. Author “Kanye East” is an attorney at law, New York City ex-pat, sarcastic Corporette … Read More about A Discriminating Woman’s Guide To Buying Jewelry, Part One
Traveling with your boss and coworkers can be surprisingly difficult — the first time I took a flight with my boss I remember wondering how I should dress, whether I should “visit” her during the flight to check in/chat, and more. Thankfully, Road Warriorette has some great suggestions for how to travel with your coworkers … Read More about Tips for Traveling With Your Coworkers
How can you take advantage of a chance meeting with the VIP? Guestposter Belle from CapHillStyle weighs in.
A good friend of Kat’s is an expert t saving — so she rounded up all the easy ways to save $10K.
Are you guilty of stress eating at the office (or failing to eat because you’re so stressed out)? Today’s guest poster, Ruth More, tackles the issue. You can also read her other guest post on Corporette, on downsizing your budget after you cast off your golden handcuffs. – Kat When I was a young associate, … Read More about Office Stress v. Your Diet