This is a bit of a ranty post, so I’ll start with the questions: do you feel that hormones affect you? What are your best tips for controlling or preventing the symptoms of PMS, pregnancy, or menopause? I’ve already ranted about watches and cuffed pants, which kind of sets us up well for today’s rant: … Read More about A Few Thoughts on Hormones… (Or: How to Fight The Crazy)
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
2018 Update: We still think this was a great discussion of when is the best time to get pregnant – but you may want to check out some of our more recent discussions on family planning and pregnancy, including our top tips on preparing for pregnancy. Over at our working moms’ blog, you may want … Read More about Open Thread: When is the Best Time to Get Pregnant?
2018 Update: We still think this is a great discussion of taking a new job while pregnant — but you may also want to check out our recent discussion of where to find an interview suit if you’re pregnant. Should you look for a new job while trying to get pregnant? If you’re already pregnant, … Read More about Taking a New Job While Pregnant
2018 Update: We still stand by these SAHM career tips, particularly for lawyers turned stay-at-home moms — but you may also want to check out some of our more recent stories on stay-at-home parents, including what you need to know about strategic volunteering, and what to consider when you’re thinking about not returning to work … Read More about Staying in the Game: Tips for Stay at Home Moms
2016 Update: Check out our latest discussion on planning your career for babies. Over at Law.com’s The Careerist, Vivia Chen ponders one of the most interesting lessons from Sheryl Sandberg’s TED talk: “Don’t leave before you leave.” As she notes: But it was Sandberg’s third point that really stopped me in my tracks: Women sabotage … Read More about Planning for Babies