What’s your resolution for the new year, readers? We’re rounding up some of our posts that might help you with common resolutions…
Resolutions for Smart Women
Want to look more polished, grow your career, socialize more, stress less, save more, pay down debt, learn about finances, eat better, or move more? We've rounded up some of our best discussions on resolutions for smart women. (My personal favorite is this roundup.)
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What are your goals for the New Year, readers? What are your best tips to “make meaningful goals”?
Hiker readers, experienced or otherwise, what is your favorite hiking gear for women? Any lessons you’ve learned about what NOT to use/wear/buy?
If you’re a sewist or a knitter, how did you get started with the hobby? Have you tried making your own workwear? What are your favorite sources for knitting or sewing patterns for workwear outfits?
Do you have a daily water target? How intentional do you have to be to meet your goal? What are some of your best tips on ways to drink more water?
Meal prep can be a great way to save money, eat with more intention, and more — so let’s talk about it!
What are your best tips for finding the right mattress? What sleep products have you tried and loved (and what have you hated)?
What systems do you have in place that have led to good habits (or helped you break bad habits)? Readers just had a great discussion on habits, so (inspired by the book Atomic Habits) let’s discuss SYSTEMS…
Over the years I’ve collected a ton of great tips on how to write a novel — but I’ve never actually written one. So I’m sharing some of the best advice I’ve seen over the years, but I’d love to hear yours as well!
What easy ways have you found to eat less meat? What are your favorite meat substitutes, both those that are designed to be “meat-like,” e.g., Impossible Burger, and those that are “natural,” e.g., beans?
Do you have 2020 food resolutions, such as eating whole foods, eating less/differently, or avoiding some foods for other reasons (such as the recent stories about almond milk / the environment)?
Here are four of the best tips I’ve found for how to get up more easily when it’s dark out… what are yours?