Back in 2002, economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett caused quite a stink with her research findings that 49% of corporate women earning over $100,000 a year were childless at age 40. As a young, impressionable 23-year-old, I remember the reams of headlines following that statistic which basically claimed that it was impossible to combine motherhood and a high-pow… read more »
We’re on a roll with Q&As this week — lots of friends of 168 Hours have new books out!
Today we welcome Stephanie Vozza, author of The Five-Minute Mom’s Club. Stephanie is the founder of a company called The Organized Parent. So you think she’d be telling us to create folders for each different classroom project and…blah… read more »
Since learning I will be writing a money book, I’ve become obsessed with other money books, which is why we’re welcoming Kimberly Palmer to My168Hours today.
I first “met” Kim when I was fact-checking her columns for USA Today. She had been a previous intern there as well. My favorite piece of hers was one about the predictable alar… read more »
I have been perusing personal finance websites lately, and came across a fascinating post on Wisebread about making your own mustard. Blogger Marla Walters tried it after experiencing sticker shock when confronted with a recipe that called for whole-grain mustard, retailing at $5.50 for a 6-oz jar. The process took three attempts before she made a batch t… read more »
What could be more productive than spending an hour discussing productivity? Ok, that’s a bit facetious, but it’s always a good idea to sharpen the saw, and you need a lunch break anyway. So come join me at The Motherhood at 1pm for an hour-long live chat about 168 Hours, time management, and organizing our lives. As a bonus, you’ll meet my 8… read more »