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Career-focused feminists give moms a hard time for abandoning career acclaim. But we all must make choices with the limited time and opportunities we have.
Toxic feminism tells our daughters their worth is in their career. It tells our sons they are worthless.
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Motherhood makes you tough, efficient, patient, and creative. Those aren’t just helpful parenting skills—they’re extremely useful in the workplace.
I would be more optimistic about Arianna Huffington’s new venture, Thrive, if she had shown some understanding about how we came to forget ancient wisdom about what’s really important in life.
‘Yes, I want to live in a barn—that’s perfect,’ says rapper Aesop Rock.
The U.S. fertility rate has fallen to match its record low. Here’s why that needs to change, and you need to be the one to change it.
The key to moving ahead professionally through interviewing for a new job is to prepare for the interview.
Go ahead: Ditch your job to follow the man you love halfway across the world.
If one’s career doesn’t fit the modern archetype, how to explain that to a high schooler?
President Obama just took a bizarre swipe at stay-at-home mothers. Here are three problems with his argument.
Elizabeth Corey claims career and motherhood will always tragically conflict. Others aren’t so sure.
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