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Being a Grown-Ass Lady is complicated. 
Especially right now.

Artist Marissa Huber shows how to live life your way with 'time chunking'

Ready to go with the jumble and flow?

Our cofounder turns her back on Silicon Valley startup culture

What are some of the world's best horoscopes?

We survived the first week of remote learning during the pandemic

Meet Dixie Laite
Mayor of DameTown, Cameltoe Champion, Bullshit Slayer and Force for Good

Describing Dixie Laite in a nutshell is a challenge, but here’s how the brand expert describes herself: Mayor of DameTown: Because it takes balls to be a woman. Cameltoe Champion. Writer, Branding and Marketing Consultant. Bullshit Slayer and Force for Good.

How to get a new job during the coronavirus pandemic

Want to love your job? First you need to answer this critical question

On our blog

What is perimenopause?

An empowering guide to everything you need to know

Age Against the Machine

A new column about empowering women over 50
by Dixie Laite

Lesley Ware’s major life transition, Bumble success story, and fashion as self-care

From anxiety to joy on the daily

The spiritual healer tells her transformational story of ditching depression, embracing intuition, and figuring out what you really want.

A title called you: Who are you without your job?

How do you know when sleeplessness and weight gain are signs of aging or something more?

Meet the woman who scaled a DIY product into a million-dollar business that impacts elections and fuels social movements

The founder of Busy Beaver Buttons pins her top business advice and shares some of the world's most memorable buttons in her new book, Button Power.

Living in the Third Eye

Heal your wounds, find your joy, and embrace your intuition and true desires
By Bonnie Ho

How to be really angry and still be a good person

As good people, our relationship with anger can be troubled. But, when we appreciate and befriend our anger, it brings us our empowerment.

“My therapist is encouraging me to take breaks and staycations, and spend days in bed just relaxing. Being a Black woman, this is something that I used to think was a luxury. My parents have said to me since I can remember that I need to be ‘twice as good, ‘twice as smart, ‘twice as everything’, to succeed. The bar always went higher and higher, and I piled on more and more. This year I have decided to stop and rest.”