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Confused whether you are ready to take your blogging to a more serious plane? Find out how to start blogging seriously.
The need to be the best at everything can be a recipe for discontent. The author talks about how she realised that being a ordinary woman is not a bad thing, after all!
Why is the self-publishing market booming and what should you know about it? Get the word on it from authors Ushasi Sen Basu and Febin John James.
Shwetha Samrat, an entrepreneur in the Digital Marketing space, shares how she is building her business by focusing on SMBs, an under-served segment.
Having a Facebook business page and maintaining it well is essential for entrepreneurs today.
Investing in Digital Marketing is one of the most valuable decisions you can ever take for your business. Don't make these digital marketing mistakes!
Nepal passes law to end practice of 'Chhaupadi' or exiling menstruating women to menstrual huts.
What made Vijay Haldia start a food blog at the age of 56, proving that age is just a number? What made her daughter, Apeksha Haldia join her and transition it from being a blog to a food startup? Read on! Zayka Ka Tadka (ZKT) is a food recipe platform with 6 lakh followers and over […]
Apart from the period leave proposal, what else can be done to make the workplace period friendly? Read what #WomenOnTheMove had to say.
Is it possible to reinvent our careers, follow our passions and love what we do? We tried to find the answers in our weekly Twitter chat for #WomenOnTheMove Do you feel that you aren’t doing what you want to do? Does the start of your work-week trigger overwhelming feelings of anxiety, sadness, or stress and you lack […]
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to become a writer. How can someone with a flair for writing find opportunities?
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to socialise at work when there are very few women in the team
When moms return to work after a maternity break, they often face a bleak response or harsh questions. Here is a mom who fought back!
Charismatic women leaders exist; it is just that women have found it harder to balance the two aspects of charismatic leadership: Competence + Warmth, says this post.
We need a different way of looking at work life balance - not just dividing our lives into 'work and 'life'. These work life balance tips get you thinking deeply.