Every queer person’s coming out story is different, but most narratives include at least a little bit of nervousness before opening up. Those conversations are rarely easy ― in some instances and places, coming out can be dangerous ― but the discussion with friends and family can be incredibly liberating.
If you’re a restaurant customer who wants to post about your salty risotto, you can share your grievance on Yelp. If you’re a job-seeker who wants to get the temperature of a company’s morale, salary ranges and management practices, you go to the Yelp of job reviews: Glassdoor. The popular
When Jennifer Petriglieri was writing a book on working couples, the most common question people wanted to her answer was, “How can we make this work?” Translation: How can we combine two busy lives, two meaningful careers and not hold lifelong regrets? Making career decisions as a couple is a
After 10 years of marriage, Ashley Innes is no stranger to heated, circular arguments with her spouse. Oftentimes, these fights are centered on work-life balance since both she and her husband have demanding, high-stress jobs. “The last time we argued, it was about career decisions and how they affect us