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The producer, actress and humanitarian had some comforting words for fellow parents trying to navigate the coronavirus crisis while caring for their kids.
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She Launched a Platform to Help Overwhelmed New Moms in Normal Circumstances. Then Came the Pandemic
Chelsea Allison never could have predicted she would raise a new baby and launch a startup before coronavirus changed our way of life.
No one ever said being a work-at-home parent during a global pandemic when the schools and daycare are closed was easy.
The tennis superstar revealed in a series of videos on TikTok that she is struggling with social distancing, and relayed anxiety about the health of her daughter.
Business owners and employees are navigating uncharted waters, but expert Barbara Weltman says we are well prepared to work from home. We just need the right setup.
Rita Wilson, Taylor Swift and Other Influential Women Share Coronavirus Survival Tips, Urge Restraint
Influential women are encouraging fans to stay at home and lower the risk of infecting the elderly or immunocompromised.
Expert Deborah Sweeney says these practices can make you more productive, more organized and better prepared for the day ahead.
Ava McDonald has a growing platform of Gen Z influencers promoting brands that they actually like.
Mistakes happen – as mass media giant Disney learned when its new streaming service experienced significant technical difficulties on its first day. If they can rise above it, so can you.
More women are starting tech companies, but barriers remain. At a recent Ellevate Network event, panelists shared candid stories about how to overcome challenges in the workplace.
Post-political scandal, Monica Lewinsky has established herself as an activist, public speaker – and now, an “American Crime Story” television producer.