What’s your preferred source of caffeine, and do you have a routine for caffeine? Do you view it as medicine or delicacy? How much caffeine is TOO much caffeine — and has that changed for you over the years?
I always thought my exercise costs were low — so I was surprised to realize I spend a fair amount of money on stuff. How much do you spend on fitness?
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12 — are you prepared? Here are some easy ideas from readers if you’re on the hunt…
How often do you “repeat” vacations — and how did you find the one you wanted to repeat all the time? Have you been surprised by any vacations you took or activities you did? Or, on the flip side, are all of your “vacations” going to bridal showers and the like?
Here’s a kind of odd question today: is one person “at the forefront” of your relationship, either in terms of career or personality?
We haven’t talked about favorite apps in a while — so let’s get to it! What are your favorite apps in 2019?
In honor of Earth Day, here’s an update to our Guide to Slow Fashion: a new roundup of SEVEN slow fashion workwear brands.
2019 Update: We’ve updated links and choices in this roundup of backpacks for work! Are there any backpacks that are stylish and large enough to hold file folders, binders and more on your commute from work? Backpacks are super trendy right now, but all of the really stylish bags are far too small for file folders or … Read More about Backpacks for Work
It happens to all of us — sometimes you just need to rein in your purchasing. So here are 12 easy tips for how to stop shopping…
Several months ago, I was asked to introduce myself to a group by telling everyone “where I found my inspiration, and where I found my quiet.” The second part has stuck with me and I thought would make an interesting discussion here today…
A much older friend was telling me about how, in the ’70s and ’80s, women often felt like they had to choose between career and kids… and I thought it might be an interesting discussion to have today in 2019. Have you ever received that messaging, or felt like certain careers were completely incompatible with motherhood?
Do professionals like lawyers need a nice car to impress clients?