When you’re brainstorming what the hell to get for that entrepreneurial girl in your friend group, think about things that will inspire her and keep her going because #GIRLBOSSes love that shit. More
I envisioned a quaint, seaside hotel suite turned red room of pleasure: tables filled with dildos in all shapes and sizes, mirrors and sex swings lining the walls. More
1. Suddenly and without warning you will become your best and most authentic self. Even at parties, where normally you alternate between sullen silence and boorish jokes that always fall flat when they should have landed softly, or cut and draw blood when they were meant to tease. Now you will feel completely at ease, reconciled with every disparate part of yourself. Nothing can harm you because nothing can change you. You smile easily and often. More
We have been taught that it is bad to cry at work. It makes us look weak, unstable, out of control and too in touch with our feminine emotions. Crying at work is often considered career suicide. But for some, crying at work can actually be a powerful tool, if they only use it rarely and strategically. In fact, crying can actually help people in their careers. We talked to some people about this. More
Presumably, if you are a young adult getting ready to apply for a full-time job, you can do things like email a resume and speak to adults. More
Yesterday, we posted a note that was written by perhaps one of the most passive-aggressive people ever. But just to be sure the point is driven home, we want to make sure that you’re able to recognize the signs of passive aggression, and do something about them…like, I don’t know…have a direct, productive conversation.
Here is a short list to that effect: More
Do you have issues with your no-longer-best girlfriend? Is your coworker driving you crazy? Megan Carpentier is here to give you the life advice that you don’t want to hear, told in the way you absolutely need to hear it. … More