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Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with SHE Media’s Reshma Gopaldas about living with cancer.
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with SHE Media’s Reshma Gopaldas about living with cancer at age 35 — with a dash of humor and Chipotle.
The panel of expert judges include Robert Scoble, entrepreneur in residence at Upload VR, Lisa Stone, entrepreneur and Cofounder
Thinking of all of this, I spoke with Brian Bedford, Monica's financial planner*, getting his thoughts on how people can
Chatrooms and message boards were just toddlers when I was enduring my cancer journey alone, and today, the resources and
More and more ads are embracing girl power.   "Femvertising" ads -- advertisements that aim to celebrate and empower women
    During her keynote interview at the BlogHer conference in New York City last Friday, Gwyneth Paltrow talked about raising
What if you looked at your daughter and saw yourself? Not only the good parts but all of the negative self-talk you heaped upon yourself since you emerged from childhood. What would you do to stop your daughter from carrying the weight of that nonsense?
The hard truth is that most of us do not have that shiny quality that agents and editors are looking for. And it's not your fault if you don't. That allure is something that generally takes years to build and grow.
If you want to make the most of your future visit, the following recommended activities can be accomplished during a long weekend.
This trend is changing the world, and I'm thrilled. At first, it tiptoes in quietly. On stilettos. Then suddenly and seemingly out of nowhere, comes its deafening blast. Women are rising. Never before have we so aggressively, efficiently, fearlessly and successfully pursued our goals.
By day Momo Fali is the social media manager for BlogHer -- the premium cross-platform media network and publisher for women
This is a wonderful time to be a real person. Ordinary people -- folks just like you and me -- are popping up all over the place. You see us in ads for e-readers, Fords, and room fresheners.
My plan for the conference was simple. I would casually bump into a literary agent who would immediately recognize me and sign me up on the spot.
Fashion trends come and go as fast as you can change your lipstick shade, but could hemlines and the amount of shoes lying around in a woman's closet predict the economic future?
Ahh, summer vacation. The weather's great, the hallways are quiet, and there's plenty of time to strategize for the upcoming academic year.