covering a wide variety of topics, from business and career development to fashion and lifestyle. My work has appeared on Refinery29, TIME, Fast Company, and more. By day, I work in book publishing.
People who work in book publishing do so for one reason, and one reason only: CASH MONEY BABY!$!$! Kidding.
I don’t know about you guys, but this week has been a doozy over at Glom HQ. Maybe it’s the complete meltdown in D.C. seeping into other aspects of life, but I think it’s safe to say that we could use a break from reality.
We know y’all got Kindles and Nooks and iPads and Galaxys and Pixels—you get the point—as gifts this holiday season.
This book is so important.
Just thinking about what teachers deal with on a daily basis makes us tired, and they're balancing it all while doing one of the most important jobs on the planet: educating our youth. The key to success is maintaining the peace — here's how a few seasoned pros manage to keep it all in check.
With the glorious rise of Younger, there seems to be a heightened fascination with the book publishing industry—which of course, I love.
There is something about The Bachelor that draws in super smart, well-read women.
As a graphic designer by day and a writer by night, I’m fascinated by the types of music that help me focus best.
When looking for a job, Netflix is your best friend and your worst enemy.
Despite all the hype about Kiesque Liquid Palisade, I was not convinced. I thought it might be another great beauty idea that fails in execution—a product designed to make life easier that only ends up complicating things.
Happy 2016, my friends. Still in the process of discovering your passion? Great, let’s get started.
If I learned anything from The Princess Diaries, it is first, to never go for the conventionally hot guy, second, that eyebrows really do have the power to transform your entire face, and finally, that courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear.