Millennials get a lot of criticism for their behavior in the workplace, but one thing The Olds can thank millennials for? The office romance stigma is finally dying. Office romances used to be HR violations and sources of gossip, but … More
Valentine’s Day just passed and it got us feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. But our first love is business, so we’ll get right down to it: Should you and your spouse have a joint bank account? It gets pretty … More
Sometimes you’ve got to take a few steps backward in order to make that giant leap forward in the right direction—because it builds momentum to get over life’s hurdles, right? At least, that’s what I tell myself every time I think about being the girl I always said I’d never be, but totally and completely was: the girl who moved for her boyfriend. More
The first thing that stood out to me with this article is that….the problem didn’t seem to be that the wife was making more money than the husband, it was that the husband wasn’t holding up his end of the bargain. If the whole point of having someone stay home is so that person can keep the house, coming home to laundry and dinner when you’re also the primary breadwinner would be infuriating. More
Colette: Um…..should we talk about loneliness?
How lonely are you, on a scale of 1 – 10? More
If you have an ex—which most of us do—you’ve probably received the “You’re better off without them” speech from a friend.
“You’re too smart/attractive/cool for that person,” said friend will tell you. You always hated their style/dog/way they chew anyway. More
As the founder and CEO of MakeLoveNotPorn (MLNP), Cindy Gallop is ushering in a new type of intimacy for couples that want to share their private moments and those that want to watch.
Living with others isn’t easy. Several years ago, my friends and I decided to get a house together. We were all incredibly excited and made promises to split everything evenly, from rent, to utilities, to chores. However, it wasn’t long before the problems started. One roommate was constantly late in paying his portion of the bills. Another was obsessed about splitting every cost, even the $0.99 dish soap. More
There are three things to keep in mind when you are competing with a friend for a job: respect, transparency, motivation. More
5-Year-Old Girl Led Police To Kidnapper Who Dressed As Her Mother & Stole Her From School
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20 Men Who Get Emotional Over Dogs
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Who do you model your relationship after? Your parents? A couple in your social circle? Jay Z and Beyoncé? Well, throw those all out the window (except for Jay and Bey, they are perfect) because we have new role models for you. More
There are some very famous sister pairs who work together. Ones that come to mind right away include Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Venus and Serena Williams, Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, all seven of the Kardashians, etc. They’ve all talked about how magical it is to work with their sisters and how every day is like heaven because they spend it with their best friends. But let’s get real. Those women are making millions. If I was making as much money as Kim Kardashian, I would skip and hold hands with my sister all day.
There are many kinds of office roles we take on: the Office Baby, Office Grinch, Office Spouse and of course, the Office Mom. The Office Mom is one of the most important figures in the work environment, especially at a small company. The Wall Street Journal‘s Katherine Rosman recently remarks upon this pivotal role. She writes: More
Prepare yourself to meet a couple that just oozes artistry: Jacob Krupnick and Youngna Park are both crazy-talented photogs who co-created a mesmerizing feature-length music video (more on that below). Oh, and they also made this mini Of a Kind film about the talented and articulate sisters behind Lizzie Fortunato. Basically: RENAISSANCE TWOSOME. More
What do you do when you are so wildly attracted to a colleague that every time he or she walks into a room your face lights on fire? The answer is simple: You do nothing. The most important thing to keep in mind is what your purpose is in that particular environment. You’re not at work to meet your soulmate, or a fling, or even to make friends; you’re there to do great work. More