As our loyal sheBOOM readers know, I sometimes take a rumination break and post more personal perspectives on work and life.
This is one of those moments.
This week is "Fashion & Beauty Week" at sheBOOM. We've profiled several female founders of fashion companies and given you
Our feet, faces, nails, sleeves, coifs (and even tats) are all part of our "personal brands."
This past spring I was interviewed for a Wall Street Journal article on my fashion preferences. It prompted me to think about how my style is so much different from
She's been on the right track to building a fashion brand (literally)!
NYC subway letters and numbers are on every corner in Manhattan, but no one thought these iconic symbols could be part of popular fashion. That is until Lynne Lambert came up with the original
Female founders make choices every day
Sometimes we make choices between whether we're going to follow our hearts & heads or our purses & wallets. When you work for yourself, you get to decide on your mission and values.
Here's where some women designers stand on dressing
After reviewing lots of PR pitches about terrific products and highly-successful founders
The holidays may not always be jolly days for female founders.
I was speaking to a woman attorney who has her own firm. We were both in our offices at 6:30 on a Friday night and were talking about the deluge of work, as people try
Happy Friday, sheBOOMers!
This week, we celebrated the 1-month birthday of sheBOOM. (Don't worry
Non-profits are still counting
I don't plan on sharing my entrepreneurial life every week
No clear answer exists, although we may tend to lean one way or the other.
#GivingTuesday is this week and we've been posting about the different ways in which women entrepreneurs give -- to needy populations, to our environment, and others.
Adam Grant wrote the book (literally)