In my new Mama Mogul series, we spotlight Bit-O-Local, a subscription box service that features locally made artisan products.
As a former HR manager, I am sharing my ideas on how to celebrate Women’s History Month at Work in order to get employees involved.
If you’re a woman & have a lightbulb idea, this one’s for you. Clinique and TED partner to help women launch their big idea. Learn how to submit yours here.
The women of House of Cards are definitely a force to be reckoned with. Which woman do you identify with most professionally? Claire, Jackie, or Heather?
Get the scoop on the first ever Bloggers at Midlife Conference 15 that took place in Nashville and read why I have finally found my true sisterhood.
For the last three weeks or so, the media has been in a tizzy about two recent news items regarding women in powerful positions in some pretty huge new media companies. The first being Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, who released a memo to employees stating that she would be banning work at home or telecommuting starting later this year.
No matter your political affiliation, most everyone understands how important the next presidential election is for the country. This week, the Democratic National Convention took place in the charming city of Charlotte, and millions of people tuned in to see just what the Democratic Party would focus on in terms of the state of our nation.
The Cubicle Chick introduces Guest Contributor, Sade Tagbo, who is a speaker, blogger, wife and homeschooling mom of two who knows firsthand about living a fast paced and busy life, burning a candle at both ends? Is there a way to do this…better?
TheCubicleChick.com contributor Kid Noble lists 5 apps that single ladies should have on their smartphones if they are looking to impress the opposite sex. And these apps aren’t just impress-worthy, but are great apps to have on your iPhone or Android.
With all of the goings on in the media with the discussion of birth control and health matters concerning our bodies, this year’s International Women’s Day has more meaning that it has in the past. It’s a celebration of our contributions to the world globally, as well as a call to action involving women’s issues.
I got the opportunity to interview television host, style expert, and best selling author Lloyd Boston on the phone prior to his visit here to St. Louis for the Jones New York Get Ready for Fall event at Macy’s at the St. Louis Galleria.
I am not sure where I want to go with this. A part of me is completely done with the notion of having more kids—I am 36 years old now and no spring chicken.