Molly Triffin

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Molly Triffin worked at Cosmopolitan for eight years, where, as features director, she wrote about everything from wrongfully convicted prisoners to dangerous plastic surgery trends, and also supervised special projects and events. She had a glass-walled office overlooking the Hudson River, spent way too much money on way too tall shoes, and went out nearly every night of the week to places teeming with nerdy glasses and PBR.

Two years ago, her life transformed when she moved with her ski addict husband to Stowe, Vermont. Now, considering she writes freelance pieces from a pine-paneled office overlooking Mt. Mansfield, stops for every single pedestrian, and knows the best way to stack wood (criss-crossed with a few inches of space between each log), she’s nearly adjusted to life in the land of golden retrievers and Subarus…of which she has both.

7 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job

My sister is job hunting, and recently had an interview that went really well. The company called her for a second round, which she also aced, so the hiring manager invited her back for one last meeting with the entire team. But then, a couple of...

Why Narcissists Nail Job Interviews

Sometimes the mind of a hiring manager can be as tough to crack as Annalise Keating. They want a candidate who’s reliable, hardworking, a team player … and a narcissist? Recent research from the University of British Columbia found that...

4 Secrets to Kicking Ass at Work

You can probably think of plenty of qualities you need to be successful at work: focus, hard work, good relationships with co-workers, original thinking — the list goes on and on. But all of those attributes share a common, perhaps surprising,...

6 Standout Women in Male-Dominated Industries

Getting recognized for your professional achievements is an ongoing challenge. Even tougher? Ascending in an industry in which executive women are scarce, if not nonexistent. To find out what it takes to get ahead in a male-dominated field, we...

6 Fascinating Mind Tricks That Help You Save Money

Putting money aside seems pretty straightforward. But seeing as the average personal-savings rate is just 5.7 percent (compared to 11 percent two decades ago), it’s definitely easier said than done. “We like to think of ourselves as rational when...

Skimp or Splurge: Our Top Picks for Toasting the End of Summer

Summer’s almost over, but that’s no reason not to enjoy this last long weekend and celebrate the unofficial end to the season. And what’s a party without a few summery libations? “Even though beverages are often an afterthought to the food,...

25 Women to Honor on National Women’s Equality Day

It’s hard to believe that less than a hundred years ago, women couldn’t vote, rarely attended college and were even unable to purchase birth control. Now, we’re kicking ass in so many realms: Women outnumber and outperform men in college and grad...

Are You Inadvertently Sabotaging Your Success?

An acquaintance of mine recently told me about a frustrating — though ultimately fruitful — job experience. When her boss went on maternity leave, she assumed the majority of her workload in the interim, and handled all the new tasks with skill...


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