First step: You have to want to be well to do well.
All while working a full-time job and raising two boys by herself no less.
Returning to work after maternity leave is hard, but these tips can help you handle the transition.
While you’re working on the nursery, you may want to get your financial house in order, too, according to this financial planner.
You can make time for self-care and self-discovery by negotiating alternative work schedules. Here's how.
Getting pregnant made this woman reevaluate her priorities, her career path, and the Strong Black Woman narrative.
Pumping at work can become a roadblock to your breastfeeding journey. Here’s how you can navigate it before and after you give birth.
When your duty as a mom collides with your other full-time job, it can feel overwhelming—but these tips can help.
Target stores, celebrity business partners, a Fortune feature... We catch up with this mater mea mom on her company's impressive rise.
No one can do the work of being a working mom by themselves. Try adding these people into your life to help take the load off.
The entrepreneur says she wouldn't be where she is today without the support of other women.
The Black Lives Matter movement has encouraged us to find ways to help our brothers and sisters on and off the protest lines and social media.
Reconnecting with what makes you happy is a great way to feel fulfilled beyond your 9-5, writes our career columnist.
This writer explains why she’s had a change of heart and five-year plan when it comes to having kids.
Dealing with microaggressions and imposter syndrome at work can weigh on you—these suggestions may help improve your mental well-being at work.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Sunday, April 10 in the Georgetown Waterfront area, Portrait shoot for Janet Sullivan. | ©2016 Photo by Cheriss May, www.cherissmay.com
Protect your family from the infighting that could happen after you die by taking care of your estate planning today
Estate planning could be the key to creating generational wealth for African Americans, according to this lawyer.
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Our HR expert gives five tips to help you come out on the winning side the next time you have to negotiate a salary or raise.
If we want to truly be free, we have to focus on wealth building for ourselves and our kids, says Tanya Van Court.
You don’t have to take those not-so-subtle comments at the office—here’s how to get the upper hand.
The human resources expert will offer her wisdom on all things workplace related starting this month.
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Finding your confidence as a person of color in homogenous workplaces can be difficult, but it isn’t impossible, says this HR expert.
CEO and brand strategist Jenifer Daniels led a recent Twitter chat with us on what it takes for would-be entrepreneurs stand out from the crowd.
If you want to get to the top of your field, listen to this important piece of advice from Oprah Winfrey Network VP Endyia Kinney-Sterns.
Reading this quote was like having Rhimes as our own personal mentor.
We can no longer have our day (and other people’s priorities) running us.
First, ask yourself: “How is this cosmically linking up to the greater good?”
The uncertainty of potentially losing your job is very stressful, but these five tips can help you land on your feet.
For Q Cakes’ founder Queneesha Meyers, happiness and family stability meant following her true passion and opening a bakery.