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Elaine Thompson, Retire by 43, NewsWorthy

Elaine Thompson, Retire by 43, NewsWorthy

From Rio to Wall Street, women are winning.

⇒ Elaine Thompson, a 24-year old from Jamaica, wins gold in the 100-meter dash, making her the fastest woman in the world. (NBC Olympics)

⇒ Equity, the first…

Celebrities Speak Out on Motherhood

Celebrities Speak Out on Motherhood

Women face an undue amount of pressure and judgment when it comes to motherhood — the choice of whether to have kids, when and how to have them, working after having them, and how to raise them. Everything is seemingly up…

Sexual Harassment at Work Stories

Sexual Harassment at Work Stories

We wish that our call for sexual harassment stories came back with no replies. But instead, so many of our readers had experiences to share. Unfortunately, sexual harassment is a national crisis, especially in fields dominated by men. It can…

10 Unexpected Things That Need Spring Cleaning

10 Unexpected Things That Need Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning usually means organizing closets, driving all those boxes labeled DONATE to your local clothing drive, washing down patio furniture, and other big, highly visible projects. So it’s easy to forget about the little things that keep…

Is Gratitude Holding You Back?

Is Gratitude Holding You Back?

When you’re offered a new job, promotion, or raise, what’s your response? Is it: “Thanks, I’m so appreciative for the chance to work with XYZ”? Or, “Thank you, I’m…

How to Handle Being the Breadwinner

How to Handle Being the Breadwinner

In heterosexual relationships, there can be a stigma around a woman earning more than a man — but it’s becoming increasingly common. And when one partner becomes the breadwinner, Rachel Bellow and Suzanne Muchin, hosts…

How Your Money Story Holds You Back

How Your Money Story Holds You Back

You have a money story — whether it’s the memory of your first purchase or paycheck, or having been told that women are “bad with money because they’re bad at math.” Business partners and…

10 Fast Facts on the Real Joy Mangano

10 Fast Facts on the Real Joy Mangano

Inventor and cult Home Shopping Network icon Joy Mangano is having a good year: Her line of home cleaning and organizational products continues to draw in tons of loyal customers, and Joy, the David O. Russell–helmed movie loosely…

10 Women Who Made a Lot of Money in 2015

10 Women Who Made a Lot of Money in 2015

As we close out the year, let’s take a look back at women making serious moves: Misty Copeland was named the first black female principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre and Sarah Thomas became the first female…

How to Profit Like the Kardashians

How to Profit Like the Kardashians

Love them or hate them, it’s undeniable that the Kardashians know how to make money.

Consider the following: Kim Kardashian alone brought in $52.5 million this year. The family overall is worth hundreds of millions, including an estimated…

Is It Okay to Cry at Work

Is It Okay to Cry at Work

We’ve all been there. The tight feeling in your throat, the trembling lip, the tickling eyes — all signs you’re about to break down in the middle of the workday. It happens to…

DailyWorth Readers on What They Sacrificed for Work

DailyWorth Readers on What They Sacrificed for Work

This week we talk about juggling your career, family, friends, and relationships — and how to make it work (or not). Does “balance” actually exist? #whatbalance

 

When careers get demanding and workplace culture is rigid, we all…

When to Take a Sick Day

When to Take a Sick Day

You might want to be a hero and trudge into work when you’re sick. But some days, you really need to stay home. Between getting your coworkers sick and making yourself sicker, traipsing around when your body desperately needs…

How to Avoid Getting Sick at Work

How to Avoid Getting Sick at Work

When one person gets sick at work, it usually means everyone’s bound to catch it too; you’re just one poorly aimed sneeze away. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Beyond getting that…

How to Stand Out at Work

How to Stand Out at Work

You know the type: the ones who always get recommended for a promotion, are excellent to work with, and generally raise the bar at your office. Sure, they’re likely great team players with laser focus and attention to…