Digital Activism: 6 Things to Consider Before You Share

Millennials trust user generated content 50% more than any other type of media. This means that they’re having conversations with their peers daily, online about what they do, and do not, agree with, purchase and more. How do you do this and stay employed? How do you do this without offending anyone? I’m offering 5 ways to help you navigate this interesting phenomenon.


5 Websites You Need in Your Life

Last year we learned that many of us only read the news that agrees with our views and thoughts -- that’s no way to stay informed! Here are 5 newsletters that will give you a variety of opinions and sources to keep you stocked with water cooler conversation all week long.


5 Fierce Ways to Increase Your Salary in 2017


Need it. Want it. Gotta have it. Love it. Hate it.

That pretty much sums up my relationship with money—until I decided to get fierce about it. I’m a 20-something girl like many of you. I’m a born and bred New Yorker, daughter of a lawyer, privately-educated with several tens of thousands of dollars in debt from said education. I was taught that if you do well, you will be rewarded for it.

And if that isn’t a total misrepresentation of adulthood, I don’t know what is.

Smart and Savvy: 3 Ways to Make Your Budget Work for You

From SoulCycle classes to weekend trips, life as a millennial (and beyond!) can be quite expensive. How do you manage your needs with your must-haves? Here’s what works for me. This may not work for you but I do hope it helps you feel more confident about making the choices that work best for YOU when it comes to your finances instead of feeling obligated to do something that is “recommended” by someone who makes what you make in a year in a quarter!