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
Dating at Work: Stories and Lessons from Working Women
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
Tales from the Wallet: Who Manages the Money In Your House?
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?
Navigating the Murky Waters of Being Friendly With Staffers
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 treat your assistants, how to behave in a male-dominated field where you’re one of the only women who isn’t a secretary, and so forth…. I’m wondering how one is … Read More about Navigating the Murky Waters of Being Friendly With Staffers