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5 Ways to Live with Intention

“What are your intentions with my daughter?” You’ve heard the father ask this question of potential suitors in countless TV shows and movies. Basically, he wants to know if the(Read more)

How Journaling Helped Me Refresh After Burnout

When I set out to start my own company in 2011, I had two major goals in mind: 1) to produce smart, engaging content on financial topics that a younger(Read more)

Decision Fatigue Is Real. Here’s How to Overcome It

Decision fatigue is a real thing, what with those 35,000 we have to make each and every day. Iced or hot? Tall or grande? Two pumps or three? One shot(Read more)

4 Easy Steps To Say “No” at Work and Set Boundaries

Being the DIY-do-it-all-chronic-overachievers that we are, we want to crush any commitment we make, especially at work. But if your current commitments (including the one you’ve made to yourself) will(Read more)

5 Ways Meditation Can Get You Ahead at Work

I’ve interviewed Super Women in every arena: business, fashion, politics, you name it. And while they each stand out in their own way, one quality holds true across the spectrum:(Read more)

Why You Should Tell Your Boss You’re Taking a Mental Health Day

Until I took my first mental health day, I bought into the stigma that they are “just an excuse” to skip work. I was launching a company and working full-steam(Read more)

Why A Sustainable Schedule is So Important for Your Well-Being

After fifteen years of nonstop hustling, I crashed. I’d heard of people with hardcore, stressful careers—like mine—having breakdowns. But I never thought one of those people would be me. I(Read more)

Superwoman Is the Worst Role Model for Working Moms

I wanted to be Superwoman for as long as I can remember. Do it all. Have it all. Be it all. If you’re like me, you probably looked up to(Read more)

How To Get Out Of A Toxic Friendship

Throughout my life, I’ve had to make some hard cuts and sever some toxic, albeit long-standing, relationships. And I came to realize that doing so was not an act of(Read more)

Why You Should Encourage Your Employees to Take a Mental Health Day

The concept of taking a “mental health day” is pretty widespread and becoming more and more accepted (it’s even legally protected, in most cases, as a totally acceptable reason to(Read more)

6 Mental Health Breaks You Can Do at Your Desk

Sometimes ruminating thoughts overrun our brains. You become obsessed with some event, thought, or emotion, and it runs over and over inside your head getting in the way of .(Read more)

How I Learned to Talk to My Boss About Burnout Without Backlash

When I landed a job as a business news anchor at 21 after graduating with a broadcast degree from Northwestern, I was thrilled. But I hated the beat that was(Read more)

How to Say ‘No’ to Unnecessary Parenting Obligations

I get it. You have an insane job? Five kids? Maybe want to workout or even sit down for dinner once in a while? Whatever it is that’s occupying your(Read more)

7 Ways to Get From Burnout to Balance

Until very recently, if you had asked me to make a list of all the things I valued, it wouldn’t have even occurred to me to put myself on it.(Read more)

3-Step Burnout Prevention Plan

I thought I was Superwoman. I’d wrapped up shooting for the second season of my TV show and had just finished touring the country promoting my second book. I was(Read more)

How I Went From Burnout To Balance & You Can, Too

After fifteen years of nonstop hustling, I crashed. I’d heard of people with hardcore, stressful careers—like mine—having breakdowns. But I never thought one of those people would be me. I(Read more)

#FunGoals: What They Are and Why You Should Have Them

You know by now that I’m a big proponent of building one thing  into your budget: FUN. I wouldn’t confuse this category with frivolity, although I’d like to think that(Read more)

#FamGoals: How (and Why) to Plan Your Love Life the Same Way You Plan Your Finances

It’s such a personal question, but you’ll get it all the time. And even if you hate being asked, you’ll probably end up answering anyway: “Do you want to get(Read more)

How To Plan Your Three F’s—And Live Your Dream Life

Being in charge means living the life you want, but you’re not going to get what you want until you figure out what that is. I know, right: “Thanks Captain(Read more)

What the Heck is the Difference Between Alimony and Child Support, Anyway?!

Going through divorce might make you feel like it’s just the two of you going to battle, but if you have kids then there is so much more on the(Read more)

Post-Divorce Boot Camp

So you want to look like a hot divorcée—you might as well act like one, too. You may still be getting used to your life as a single lady, but(Read more)

3 Ways to Protect Your Best Business Asset: Your Health!

It’s not all about having a rockin’ bod—although sure, that’s a great asset to have. Your health is your most important asset. After all, you are your own brand ambassador,(Read more)

We Want Prenup, We Want Prenup! (But What the Heck is it, Anyway?!)

I used to think that if you wanted a prenup (short for “prenuptial agreement”) then you were in the wrong headspace for marriage. I mean, thinking about doomsday before you(Read more)

7 Weird Ways to Unwind After Work

I’m all about hustling your buns off all day at work, but when you leave the office (even if it is your home office) you need to let yourself mentally(Read more)

What His Dating Style Says About His Money

As your relationship gets more serious, I’m all about having The Talk to make sure you are financially compatible. But even before that, in the early stages of a relationship,(Read more)

How To Prepare Yourself Financially for the “D” Word: Divorce

And you thought your fairy-tale wedding was expensive?? Expect to pay an average of $15,000 to $20,000 in order to get a divorce. Yep, the cost of getting un-married is(Read more)

Pay Me Back, [email protected]#%!

“Needing money” from anyone can put a knot in your stomach, for sure. It’s uncomfortable and makes you feel beyond vulnerable if you’re asking someone you know. But, beyond feeling(Read more)

The Most Genius Ways to Transform Your Going-Out Clothes for Work

Take a peek in your closet and I bet you’ll find a lot of cute tops, sexy LBDs, and form-fitting jeans that keep you looking and feeling great all weekend(Read more)

The Pros and Cons of Buying a House

There comes a time in everyone’s life when the prospect of buying a house comes up. After all, it’s the American Dream! Whether it’s by relatives that (probably) have the(Read more)

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Why Buying Packaged Food is Stupid

I first knew that I had “made it” when I could walk into Whole Foods and buy as many avocados as I wanted. Why? Because ripe, healthy avocados are expensive,(Read more)

Do These 3 Money Things With Your Sig-O Now

For many couples, talking about money can be tricky. But if you live together or share any finances, it’s essential to have consistent check-ins about where you are dollar-wise to(Read more)

Why I Used “Bitch” in the Title of My Book

As a woman, if you speak your mind, you’re called a bitch. If you don’t take shit from anyone, you’re called a bitch. If you aren’t afraid to go for(Read more)

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