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Bucket lists are so last year; make yourself a F**k-It list instead

My bucket list was making me miserable so I freed myself and made a Fuck-It list instead.

Samantha Dion Baker on drawing and journaling as therapy

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The author of Draw Your Day Kids! and Draw Your World encourages daily artmaking that taps into creativity, expression, and pure joy.

Our bodies, our selvages: Sonya Philip teaches how to sew your own way

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Body positivity activist and author of “The Act of Sewing” teaches how to make your own clothing, on your terms.

Is your tech career over at 40? This 51-year-old Engineering Manager at Netflix doesn’t think so

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Throughout my tech career, my female colleagues and I have quietly questioned: What does a career in tech look like after kids? After 40? Lisa Shissler Smith, 51-year-old Engineering Manager at Netflix, sums it up this way: There are places where you don’t have to prove your existence every day. Find those.

Queens of vinyl: female record store owners share the secrets to success and struggles that became strengths

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In 2021, opening your own record store sounds like a romantic daydream for most of us. These female record store owners show that, while it may not be romantic, creating a thriving and viable vinyl business can be done.

Lisa Congdon’s 69 mantras to blaze your own path to success

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Want to carve out your own niche as an entrepreneur or successful creative? Artist Lisa Congdon’s “You Will Leave a Trail of Stars” book is for you.

How Carrie Maultsby-Lute balances the guilt of motherhood during COVID with leaning into her career

Retired professional figure skater, boy mom, wife, globe trotter, multi-passionate Oaklander, Carrie Maultsby-Lute talks about how she’s handling all of life’s big challenges.

After 50, no one minds your resting bitch face

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For most of my life I worked on a neutral face that didn’t look mean or unappealing in order to appease the smile bullies. After 50, I’ve moved into a protected class: females who no longer owe anyone a sweet expression.

Shaina Feinberg on how to create your own big break

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If you’re a New York Times reader, you might know “Scratch,” the column about money and the people who deal with it, by Shaina Feinberg and illustrator Julia Rothman. The column is equal parts fanzine, “investigative” journalism, and raw, real, and often hilarious glimpses of topics that you probably can’t find anywhere else. “Scratch” topics […]

Murders make me feel better: the comforting joys of Law & Order, Columbo, and Perry Mason

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Hi, my name is Dixie and I’m addicted to TV mysteries. (Hi Dixie.) I’ve been engaged and comforted by television whodunits since I was a little girl, and I have no intention of stopping, or even trying to stop watching now. From Perry Mason to Columbo, you get something from these TV series you don’t, and […]

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