My column on the changes in December women's magazines from the 1950s to today ran in USA Today this morning as "Mags show how far women have come." The answer? Quite a bit! Our housekeeping obsession has disappeared–and that's a good thing.… read more »
In some of the pre-pub press on 168 Hours, I've been referred to as an "aspiring time management guru," which isn't entirely true. I wrote 168 Hours from the perspective of a journalist, interviewing people who've built big careers while maintaining their personal lives. But in the course of writing the book, I learned a lot of best practices, which I've now h… read more »
I am quoted in a white paper from Ad Age on marketing to moms. Drawing on the "Core Competency Mom" series that I wrote for The Huffington Post, I talk about the genius of claiming that products that reduce housework time give you more time with your kids. This allows marketers to claim that paper plates make you a good mom!
More seriously, I think that setting the… read more »