Own your jumbles, find your flow

I could have tried harder, but what about happenstance?

Dixie Laite in New York during COVID

How did I plan to become a teacher-turned-weight lifter-turned-TV producer to writer? That’s the thing, I didn’t. Nothing was planned, but it all worked because I worked at it.

How to receive like a divine feminist when it’s scary

White hand with wedding ring holding a wooden token with an eye on it. Inside the pupil, it says Yes.

Learn how to receive the gifts offered to you, even when they come in unlikely (or unwanted) wrappings.

Kamala Harris and a history of female firsts

Kamala Harris Female Firsts

The first female lawyer, the first woman president of a bank, the first Black journalist to accompany a president, the first transgender woman to serve on a city council, and more U.S. pioneers.

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

power in diversity

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.

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

Dixie Laite bunny chair

Whether you’ve been laid off, nearing retirement, or just ready for a new life chapter, think about what makes you YOU.

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

Lesley Ware Jumble and Flow

The New York style icon and author shares a slice of her creative newlywed life during the pandemic

We survived the first week of remote learning during the pandemic

The morning of our first day of remote kindergarten during the pandemic

This is what remote learning looks like for a special needs child and another in a dual language program.

Want career fulfillment? First you need to answer this critical question.

Bernie Frazier Women in Tech St. Louis

Do you know what you want? If not, you’re not alone. As a career strategist and recruiter with 30 years of experience, I’m here to help.

‘Two of the gifts of age are wisdom and not giving so many f***s’

Dixie Laite for Jumble & Flow

Dixie Laite, 58, talks openly about her love of bodybuilding, collecting femorabilia, and managing the seizures that make her “brain broke”.

No more faking the funk: Our adviser turns her back on Silicon Valley startup culture

Candice Nobles Alamo Square Park

After weathering her share of workplace politics, sexism, and racial inequity, Candice Nobles is returning to herself by helping to build businesses she believes in.

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