Natasha Burton

Consumer, Culture, Relationships and Wellness

Natasha Burton is a relationship expert and journalist who regularly writes for Maxim, Glo.com, WomansDay.com, MySign.com, and DailyWorth.com, among other publications. She previously worked as a blogger for Cosmopolitan.com, a staff writer at The Huffington Post, and an editor at Glo.com. The author of two relationship titles, 101 Quizzes for Couples and The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags, she's regularly called on as a dating expert by various media outlets around the world. She holds a Master's degree in creative non-fiction writing from the University of Southern California and lives in Santa Barbara, CA.

A Guide to Office Email Etiquette: From Writing in Sick to Reply All

Many of us connect with our coworkers and higher-ups through email more than we actually speak to them face-to-face. In fact, for every job I’ve had as a writer and editor, I’ve communicated with my colleagues almost exclusively over chat and...

9 Common Job Application Mistakes

In today's competitive job market, landing a plum new gig seems harder than ever. And no matter how qualified you are, your cover letter-and-resume combo has to really shine if you’re going to land an interview. To make sure you get noticed for...

Can These Robots Make You Rich?

Robo-advisors: They sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but really they're the latest — techiest — trend in investing. And they're seriously shaking up the financial industry. For those unaware, a robo-advisor is a digital platform that...

Be a Better Long-Distance Friend

Whether your childhood BFF settled across the country or a once-local pal recently switched jobs (and cities), you likely have more than a few long-distance friends. And while most of us have the best intentions to catch up regularly, life can...

10 Things to Throw Away Right Now

You don't need to wait until spring cleaning to declutter. In fact, the start of the new year is an even better time to simplify and get rid of things you don't need. "Stuff takes up space and energy in your life," says organizing expert Jennifer...

How to Regift Without Getting Caught

Admit it. You’ve totally taken a present you were just given, gone home, and rewrapped it to give to someone else. More than 75 percent of Americans think regifting is socially acceptable and 42 percent admitted to regifting last year, according...

Down With Over-the-Top Engagements

Choreographed flash mobs. Professional videographers. Live broadcasts. Thousands — no, millions — of YouTube hits. To me, these are the makings of an overproduced Super Bowl Halftime Show. Not a marriage proposal. And yet, we’re seeing it more...

Work Moves That Get Noticed

Career paths are anything but linear these days. So the traditional model of putting your head down and simply doing your job won't be enough to help you stand out. After speaking with HR professionals, bosses, and career experts, we've gleaned...

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