Need to cut the consumerism chain this holiday season? Here are two ready-to-go scripts on how to tell your family and loved ones that you don’t want gifts this year (as well as a few ideas for alternative gift giving).
The holidays can be a mad rush of frenzied shopping. Skip the piles of gifts and spend wisely on one big-ticket item, like an Instapop or a Roomba, and it’ll be worth it for the entire year ahead. Here’s our round-up of the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to save your family a bundle.
Looking for a great gift for your toddler or little kid? Here’s a round-up of some of our favorite kid toys and gifts—forward this list to your relatives over the holidays if you need to come up with a gift list.
Is someone in your family or friend circle expecting a baby? Here’s our guide of the best gifts to get your brand-new parent friends—and what to avoid.
What happens when three weeks go by and you make no progress? I’m a little nervous to share because I feel like I haven’t made any significant strides yet. But I’ll still account for what I have done, and why the space has been useful (even if I don’t have anything to show for it yet).
For the fall podcast hiatus, I’m on a break so I can focus on writing. This is my second writing update, and I have big news for you! We shipped our second minibook and I’m even reading an excerpt out loud on the podcast. Hip hip hooray!
Want to join us at the sandy beaches of St Pete’s Beach in Florida? This January, we’re convening our first-ever Startup Pregnant retreat weekend for women entrepreneurs and female founders. If you’ve been craving meeting more business owners and working women navigating parenting and business, read on.
For our fall podcast hiatus, Sarah’s on a break so she can focus on writing. In this first update, she shares how much changed even in the first week of making a decision to pause—and why making space was so important. (Plus, a huge piece of hers was published in Harvard Business Review the week she decided to pause—coincidence? You decide!)
What will you finish by the end of the year? We’ve got 90 days left. Here’s how I think about planning and structuring the fourth quarter of the year—and what to be aware of as we head into the year end.
As we gear up for Fall, I feel the urge to stop this podcast for a while. To be honest, it scares me a little—I can’t stop, can I? I took this question to the group of smart women in our online Startup Pregnant community group and got a ton of wonderful feedback. Here’s what’s happening with our podcast for the coming season, and why the format (and release dates) are shifting a bit.