How DO you protect your personal time and engagements from work encroachment? Do you have any great tips on what to say to your superiors, or how to signal that things are really important and cannot be cancelled?
A reader wrote in, wondering if she should use her resignation letter to enumerate all the reasons she’s quitting. What would your advice to her be?
Everyone loves their jardigans… so we went on a hunt for the best sweater jackets for the office!
What are the first 3–5 things you have to do to settle into a new office? Which items do you bring on your first day, and what do leave for later?
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…
Meet this month’s featured reader, a public policy researcher living in the Bay Area who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on inheriting six figures, avoiding debt, living in a HCOL area, and planning for early retirement.
I’ve recently discovered an easy new way to keep track of various lists, ideas, and to-dos, so I thought I’d share my latest iPhone organization tip…
There have been some really interesting threads and reader questions lately about celebrating professional wins (including whether you can you throw a party for yourself) — so let’s discuss. What are YOUR favorite ways to celebrate professional wins?
As per reader requests, we’ve started rounding up some of the top things readers have bought recently — so here are some of the most-purchased items from August 2019! (There are a TON of things on sale right now…)
Where are you keeping your emergency fund these days, readers?
Where is your furniture from, and do you recommend? What do you think are the best places to buy furniture?
Meet this month’s featured reader, an engineer living on the Gulf Coast who’s sharing her salary, net worth, and thoughts on grad school, spending habits, and medical expenses.