Have you even gone through an intense work period or other stressful time (personally or professionally) and, even after the time has passed, found that destressing was difficult for you? Readers have had some good conversations about anxiety hangovers or emotional hangovers, lately, so let’s discuss…
Have you been trying to limit screen time for yourself? We’re talking about policing kids’ screen time over at CorporetteMoms today, but digital detox is important for adults too…
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…
Readers, have you tried alternative products for your period like DivaCup, Thinx, DearKates, or more? What have been your experiences with them — do you still use them — and who would you recommend them for?
I feel like I am constantly trying to get into a good routine for workouts and eating — so I thought it might be a fun discussion for today. What are YOUR health and fitness routines, ladies? What about other self-care — do you do it as needed or do you try to routinize it? … Read More about Open Thread: What Are Your Health and Fitness Routines?
2019 Update: We still stand by this advice on how to get up REALLY early — but you may also want to check out our most recent discussion on how to wake up more easily when it’s dark out. There was an interesting article in Forbes the other week about how power women wake up … Read More about How to Get Up REALLY Early for Me Time
2018 update: We still think this is a great discussion about how to build good habits, but you may also want to check out our post on how to stay fit in winter. Readers, what are your tips on how to build good habits? Which healthy habits have you successfully started? Have you found that … Read More about How to Build Good Habits: Tips & Tricks
Drinking and drug use can be a problem for anyone, but there have been a number of stories lately about how it’s particularly a problem for lawyers. (We’ve also talked in the past about how there are many high-achieving women who drink too much, too, and there was a great Medium post by Kristi Coulter … Read More about Open Thread: On Drinking Too Much, Jobs That Encourage Drinking, and Drinking Because of Job-Related Stress
We all know we shouldn’t go to work when we’re sick. But whether you’re a presidential candidate or have a more typical career, most of us do it anyway. (Note: Here I’m referring to the average Corporette reader with full-time benefits; the millions of Americans without paid sick leave don’t have much choice about whether to stay home and rest.) … Read More about 6 Things to Have on Hand When You’re Sick at Work
2019 Update: We still stand by this advice on making time for therapy, but you may want to check out some of our more recent discussions on mental health and stress. Reader C has a great question about work/life balance — and keeping a standing therapy appointment without being perceived as lazy. I can’t wait … Read More about Making Time for Therapy
Ladies, what is your skin routine? At what age did you get serious about skincare? What are your favorite products, both over-the-counter and prescription, whether for anti-aging, anti-wrinkles, exfoliating, or something else? I’ve seen a lot of readers talking recently about serums, sunscreens, retinoids and more, so let’s discuss. I’m curious to hear what everyone else is doing, … Read More about Beauty Wednesday: Serums, Sunscreen, and Retinoids
2018 Update: We still stand by these 7 tips to help you hire a personal trainer, but you may also want to check out our post about how to stay fit in winter. Have you ever tried to hire a personal trainer? Did you find it was a good experience, a mediocre one, or a … Read More about 7 Tips to Help You Hire a Personal Trainer