6 Ways We Can Actively Fight Female Stereotypes in the Workplace

Gender stereotypes and subtly disguised sexism still exists even in the most advanced of work environments. Believing otherwise is either naive or careless, because decades of male leadership, dominance and superiority cannot just be erased. There’s clearly a spectrum, spanning from outright expression of prejudice to subconscious mistrust and reservations. All levels, however, can be … Continue Reading

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14 Things Every College Girl Needs To Hear Today

I’ve been out of college for almost two years now, and time away from that reality has illuminated an insane amount of truths that I was blind to at the time. Let’s start with who I am now, before we get into the mess I felt like at various times throughout college. I want to … Continue Reading

6 Ways to Find Yourself—Whatever that Means

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a definitive set of steps that, if you follow, will lead to you being your true and happiest self? Let’s face it, there is no bullet-proof method for something so intangible, especially because we are all on our own unique journey. But, you aren’t doomed. I know too … Continue Reading

6 Changes For Really Becoming a Healthier, Happier Person

The goal of this article is to think of your own life, and connect the dots on where you can find the small improvements that make a big difference. We are all complex, flawed and phenomenally unique specimens who can always find ways to get the most out of our existence. That is the beauty … Continue Reading

7 Quick & Casual Summer Outfits For Every Day of the Week

Oh Summer, how we’ve missed you. Some are lucky enough to be spending their days at the shore and nights around the bonfire, while others find themselves going from the office to happy hour or just lounging around enjoying the nice weather. It’s summer, it’s hot and we don’t all have the time to spend … Continue Reading

What Happened When I Moved to New York City Without a Plan

Before I explain the most recent and slightly insane set of decisions I’ve made in my life, I want everyone to first imagine what it feels like to jump. I’m from the country(ish) part of Pennsylvania, so growing up we all did a lot of jumping. School nights and weekends were spent seeking that small-town … Continue Reading

A Letter to My Childhood Bullies: Here’s What You Taught Me

To My Childhood Bullies, You know who you are. Or at least I hope you know who you are. You came into my life quickly and suddenly. Before you latched on, I was an outgoing child. I made friends frequently and easily. I was bright and curious about life.  You are the bullies who have … Continue Reading

10 Tips For Discovering the Confidence You Actually Deserve

I am a huge advocate for self-confidence and the journey of self discovery. One of the reasons I am so passionate about loving yourself is because it took me a long time to find that self-love. Throughout high school, I never felt like I fit in anywhere. I felt a massive amount of anxiety over … Continue Reading

6 Ways to Champion & Empower Other Women Every Day

“Empowered women empower women.” This is a quote I found, and pinned to the top of my Twitter account over a year ago. I’ll keep it there too as my life motto, until Twitter either becomes the new obsolete social media channel (R.I.P. MySpace, Vine, FourSquare, etc.) or they do away with the ‘pinned tweet’ … Continue Reading

40 Gossip Girl Quotes to Live By From Gossip Girl Herself

If you’ve ever met me, you’re sure to know how much I love the show Gossip Girl. Maybe it’s the fact I desperately yearn to be a trust fund baby gallivanting around the upper east side, or that Ed Westwick and Chase Crawford are just too easy on the eyes. I mean… Anyway…I’ve seen the … Continue Reading