Here are some simple strategies for getting back your upbeat mind frame.
Articles offering advice and tips to women entrepreneurs who are working to start and grow successful businesses.
Deborah Sweeney shares her expert advice on how to find the right name for your small business. A hint? Keep it short and sweet.
Months of remote work has made us all rusty when it comes to work attire. Here are some tips for getting dressed for work IRL.
From podcasts to meditation to straight up tequila, these women have found ways to lift themselves up.
In honor of Disability Pride Month, we spotlight female entrepreneurs whose products or services aim to improve lives.
Long story short, women entrepreneurs need to be prepared for everything.
Pandemic living has forced a societal reckoning with how we structure our time spent on-the-clock – and many are finding that less is more.
We’ve already dealt with Tropical Storm Claudette. That’s a reminder that extreme weather can affect your small business, no matter where you’re based.
These women entrepreneurs are optimistic about the opportunity to do what they love – in some cases, better than they did before.
When you’re going through a challenge, remember: There’s an “other side.”
Take a deep breath and read through this quick guide on banishing return-to-work stress.
As employees return to the office, business leaders should encourage the emotional transparency we’ve seen during the pandemic.
Mark Twain, Margaret Mitchell and Chris Rock have all gotten laughs with their quips about taxes.
Whether it’s because they had to, or because they wanted to, more women are starting businesses.
The deadline for filing estimated taxes is fast approaching. Expert Barbara Weltman shares her tips on navigating the process.