4 Systems I’m Creating in 2019 to Better Balance Family, Work and Self

January 4, 2019

Last year, my husband and I tried to do too much, and it affected our physical and mental health. This year, we vow to do things differently.

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Here’s How I’ve (Barely) Juggled Work and Kids This Year

December 31, 2018

I love my job and I love my family, but I’m struggling to do both at once.

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This is What Happened When Our Startup — and My Family — Got Hit By Irma

September 16, 2017

Waiting on that hurricane with two kids under 2, I was filled with dread.

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My Company Was Acquired and I Had a Baby 2 Months Later: When Career and Mommyhood Collide

May 19, 2017

What it’s like to raise a baby and a startup at the same time.

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This Guy Earned $15K By Launching His First Online Course. Here’s How He Did It

May 8, 2017

Thinking about launching an online course? Here’s how one online entrepreneur did it successfully.

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Hiring at a Startup: How We Managed to Go From 3 Employees to 55 in Just 18 Months

February 20, 2017

Smart hiring is one of the biggest challenges startup founder face. Here’s how we’ve grown our team at The Penny Hoarder strategically in a short period of time.

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What Being a Working Mom is Really Like

December 9, 2016

Becoming a (working) mom has been the most joyful transition of my life — and the most challenging.

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3 Tools Digital Media Companies Use to Create Compelling Content and Maximize Web Traffic

June 10, 2016

At the digital media company where I work, we’ve dubbed this “the year of science.” We’ve long relied on intuition and experience to create content that will engage readers and drive clicks to The Penny Hoarder. And while that has worked well, growing the site to 20 million readers a month, this year we’re putting […]

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Our Twitter Love Story Continues… (Plus a Ridiculously Adorable Photo)

November 1, 2015

Since our son was born eight weeks ago, I’ve tried to write a coherent blog post at least half a dozen times. But as any parent will tell you, mothering a newborn is exhausting. Between around-the-clock breastfeeding, evening fussiness and a lot less sleep than I need, I’m lacking the physical and mental capacity to […]

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