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 Developing Your Marketing Strategy

Chances are you're always looking for ways to market your services to bring in more clients. What business owner isn’t? As a freelance writer, I'm constantly marketing my skills and seeking more connections that can lead to more work. Doing this,...

How to Job Search While Pregnant

Having a baby can be one of the most exciting times in your life. But if you're on the job search while nurturing a tiny life inside you, you might be more than a little overwhelmed. And for good reason: According to Tallahassee-based attorney...

8 Signs You’re Being Passive-Aggressive

We've all come across passive-aggressive behavior at some point — from the friend who compliments your “starter home” to the coworker who checks his phone while you’re talking. But while it's easy to spot when it's happening to us, it's not...

How to Cope With Sad Sundays

It's no secret that Sunday night might be the saddest time of the week. Sure, we've tried to reclaim it (making it "Funday") but, more often than not, feelings of dread, anxiety, and loneliness creep up as Monday looms nearer. But turning Sunday...

5 Weddings You Don't Have to Attend — and How to Decline Gracefully

Wedding season is almost upon us. Depending on your life stage, you might receive anywhere from a couple to a dozen wedding invites this year, and saying yes to all of them just isn't feasible. "In addition to making sure you have the appropriate...

10 Questions to Ask Before You Take a New Job

When you interview for a new position, much of the conversation focuses on you and how you'd fill the given role and meet the expected qualifications. As a result, you spend a lot of time selling yourself and your skills. But choosing to take a...

How to Stop Being Indecisive

As I've gotten older, I've somehow become less capable of making a decision — or at least feeling confident while doing so. From pressing matters like a job offer to trivial choices (What should I have for dinner?), making a decision sometimes...

8 Basic Money Lessons Everyone Should Know

Where should we learn how to handle money? School. But we don’t. Instead, what you know — or don’t know — about finances stems from a number of factors: how you were raised and what you learned from friends, financial advisors, a spouse, random...

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