Ashley Lee was determined to shore up her finances — and she did it.
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If you’re seeking extra income – as many women are amid an economic crisis caused by a global pandemic – be careful of opportunities that promise too much.
Here’s what you watched this year. Spoiler alert: Stories about pet businesses were in demand.
As we close out an annus horribilis, we look back on the stories that provided a much-needed distraction.
The pandemic is forcing students to take any job they can get, but it’s not all bad.
Goodbye and good riddance, 2020. But it wasn’t all bad: Here’s the great content (if we say so ourselves) that you read this year.
Jessica Schreiber left New York’s sanitation department to launch Fabscrap. She’s still reselling textile waste, despite the pandemic.
In a very weird year, these women are offering creative ways for their employees to celebrate.
Support a Black woman entrepreneur while whittling away at your shopping list.
Need some pampering? (Who doesn’t?) Our 2020 Gift Guide features fragrant potions, comfy apparel and eco-friendly shampoo pods — all made by women.
Three adventurous women are banking on would-be travelers to shake off their quarantine fatigue and embrace the world again — virtually or post-pandemic.
For Tania Isenstein of Camp Canine, the pandemic has become an agonizing waiting game.
Amid the pandemic, people want to connect with loved ones more than ever. That’s always been the aim of Christina Geist’s firm, Boombox.
A shocking number of women are leaving corporate jobs. But many are transitioning to startup life.
Outlets such as Cooking for Community help connect restaurateurs whose businesses are suffering with those who need nutritious meals.