What are the most important steps to take as you’re preparing for pregnancy and planning to have a baby? If you’re a Type A, planner type of woman, what should you know ahead of time? Readers discuss this often, but I don’t think we’ve ever rounded up everyone’s advice. So: if you wanted to start … Read More about The Planner’s Guide to Pregnancy: What to Know Before You TTC
2018 Update: We still think this was a great discussion on dating at work, but you may also want to check out our more recent discussions on love, including dating advice for career-driven women. Ladies, what are your thoughts on dating at work? Have you ever dated a coworker? What do you think are the rules for dating officemates? With Valentine’s Day … Read More about Dating at Work: Stories and Lessons from Working Women
Who manages the money in your house — you? your partner? everyone? This came up recently with a friend, and I thought it might be an interesting open thread. For those of you without a partner, do you want to stay in charge of your finances — or will you be happy to give that … Read More about Tales from the Wallet: Who Manages the Money In Your House?
2016 Update: We still stand by the advice in this post, but you may also want to check out our latest discussion of whether you can be friends with your secretary. Can you be friends with your secretary? We got this e-mail from Reader A and it raises a lot of interesting questions, such as how to … Read More about Navigating the Murky Waters of Being Friendly With Staffers