The popular health and fitness magazine recently asked me to address their female readers’ most gut-wrenching, complicated and awkward issues related to earning more than their partners. Read what I had to say!
Since the New Year, I’ve enjoyed receiving your questions and have decided to tackle a few here on my blog.
My husband and I have ultimately decided that no matter how wide our income disparity and no matter who is bringing home the smaller paycheck, entirely opting out of the workforce to be a stay-at-home parent is far too risky.
Ask and ye shall receive. Many of you emailed me to ask what might be some ways to earn more money – without waiting around for a raise. These are some of my favorite online money-making strategies.
When I first moved to New York, I fell into the arms of a guy who seemed to have all the qualities fit for me — a driven, “world-is-my-oyster” kind of gal. But the more time we spent together, I began to realize my big appetite for success was, actually, feeding his insecurities.
This morning on Today, I joined Lisa Gerstner of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance to discuss easy ways to save money right now from taxes to hotels, insurance and auto.
This is my third book, and I’ve decided to try something a little. . . different. I want to invite YOU to be a part of my bestseller campaign. Perks included!
“Women use an endless list of tactics to seem less threatening,” to their male partners, writes Jessica Bennett, in her recent piece for Cosmopolitan. And “it’s not necessarily a conscious choice. Women who’ve been trained to be effective at work don’t always have a template for how to be in a relationship,” she continues.