For Grown-Ass Ladies

Ophira Eisenberg on winning drinking contests, punching guys, and why Parenting is No Joke

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Meet NPR “Ask Me Another” host Ophira Eisenberg, who also runs a podcast called Parenting Is No Joke.

What can female founders do to secure more funding for their start-ups?

These empowering strategies help women entrepreneurs gain financial backing in a competitive climate.

How I ignored all the tired advice and changed my career on my own terms

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Find out how a lawyer-turned-content-strategist redefined her career — and her life — to reflect her personal vision of happiness and success.

How curiosity can help you get unstuck

This excerpt from Unfollow Your Passion, a new book by Terri Trespicio, is an invitation to get curious and break free.

Jumble & Flow launches to empower women in midlife

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The female-founded media and femtech startup brings alternative content to the women’s 40+ wellness movement and booming healthtech industry.

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.

Late bloomer: starting a career, creative passion, and parenting in my 40s

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Overnight success stories are great and all, but later-in-life success stories can be all the more interesting and fulfilling. A Philly writer, photographer, and mom shows how.

Job anxiety? How to find career joy and crush the future of work

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Will my job exist in five years? What does it take to have a successful and fulfilling career? Get answers in this excerpt of “Career Fear” by Somi Arian.

Think your career transition is hard? Try coming out as a Tarot Reader.

Considering a career move, but scared what others may think? This techie-turned-tarot-reader shares her measured, yet authentic transition from the corporate world to the spiritual realm.

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.

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