Female-only networking groups: yea or nay? What female-only networking groups are you a part of now, have been a part of in the past, or would like to be a part of in the future? What are they getting right — and where are they wasting your time?
What hobbies and other part-time pursuits are on your bucket list — but maybe tabled until you have more time? Novels, languages, civic involvement… let’s hear it!
What was your best money decision this year — and what was your worst? We’ve nearing the end of the year so I thought it might be a fun discussion, especially since there’s still time to make a great money decision or correct a bad one. Bonus question: what’s your biggest financial goal for 2019?
Today’s fantasy open thread: Your favorite aunt just passed and left you $1500, with a note to get yourself something pretty with hopes that you’ll remember her fondly whenever you look at your purchase(s). SO: what do you buy?
This may seem like a simple question, but you’d be surprised at the range of answers we got…
Soft, cozy, WARM cashmere… and all of our featured picks are under $100!
Wondering which exfoliating acid to get in the coming beauty sales? Kat’s tried a bunch of the popular ones and has Thoughts…
Women breadwinners are more common than ever, and there have been several recent(ish) articles and studies about the issues that crop up when women outearn their male partners. So let’s discuss, ladies — are YOU the breadwinner in your relationship? What issues have you noticed when you out earn your male partner? (For those of … Read More about Are You The Breadwinner? Have You Seen Issues When Women Out Earn Their Partners?
I was intrigued by some reader responses to recent posts on household tasks, including last week’s post on how to iron less (where many readers noted they loved to iron!) and our discussion on CorporetteMoms of how their families handle laundry (where many readers noted they personally do 90% of it). So here’s a fun … Read More about What Household Tasks Do You Love and Hate?
Readers, have you ever considered using 529s for going back to school, either for yourself or a partner? If you’re thinking about getting a law degree or enrolling in another graduate program in the future, you should know the basics of using 529s to fund your education. I’m betting that the typical Corporette reader is more … Read More about The 411 on Using 529s for Going Back to School
I was perusing Nordstrom Rack and T.J.Maxx recently for the first time in a long time, and I was thinking to myself that when you’re shopping in the stores — particularly discount stores — there are a separate set of rules than if you’re shopping online, to be sure, but also if you’re hunting in … Read More about How to Get a Deal at Discount Clothing Stores Like T.J.Maxx, Nordstrom Rack and More
We’ve talked about the best professional organizations to join, as well as other ways to make new friends and build a book of business — but today, let’s talk about unconventional ways to build your network. Do you have sports, hobbies, volunteering, and clubs that you’ve found to be great sources of networking? Today, Rebecca Berfanger is … Read More about Four Unconventional Ways to Build Your Network