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How I Became a 37-Year Old Fashion Intern

By Gena Dorris  Fashion has a notorious reputation for being a nearly impossible industry to penetrate. Even more so if you’re older than twenty-five and don’t have a load of connections in the industry. An unpaid internship in the fashion … Continue reading

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Being a PA isn’t just about diary management

This article originally appeared on TheGuardian.com By Geoff Sims The days of Mad Men-style secretaries and typing pools are long gone – nowadays PAs make key decisions and manage budgets. Ask any successful leader how they achieve their goals while battling … Continue reading

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The 10 Secrets of One Unflappable Working Mother

This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com Chances are, work-life balance is your most elusive goal. But it’s not impossible. By Michelle Slatalla Last Thursday, as I walked into the house after a business meeting followed by a 30-mile round-trip car pool, I … Continue reading

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The One Thing Working Women Don’t Discuss – & Should

This article originally appeared on Refinery29.uk PHOTO: COURTESY OF WOMEN WHO. Otegha Uwagba I’m sitting with Otegha Uwagba and she is breaking a taboo. It’s not sex, not drugs but cold, hard cash that we’re talking about. “People find money … Continue reading

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