Category: Resources

Freelancing + The Wage Gap in New York Magazine

Here’s something fun! I’m quoted in this enlightening article on how the wage gap actually widens with self-employment. For sure a must-read for anyone considering starting a business. Big huge thank yous to my boo, journalist Ann Friedman, for the interview! Here is the extended version of our interview: Ann Friedman: how long have you… Read more »

Wage gap newsletter

Usually,  I don’t post here the weeks that I send out my newsletter, but the topic of this one is so important it warrants a bit of a repost. Because I read recently that at our current rate it’ll be NINETY years before we fix the wage gap. We can do better than that. I… Read more »

Book review: Artists Living With Art

  When I went to NYC in February to speak at Etsy, I also visited the Whitney Museum of Art. The Frank Stella Retrospective on display was wildly impressive (aside from a security guard who mistook normal friendliness as flirtation and tried to give me his number. Uh, thanks? So not here for that.) it was… Read more »

P0WeR LADiE$ Pomodoro Playlist

Y’all. Do I ever have a treat for you today! Aside from lots of amazing animated .gifs, I mean, it’s  a Pomodoro playlist all about the lady and non-conforming gender-fluid love. Sometimes we all need some power ladies in our ears and this is that. Of course there are MANY iterations of this playlist but… Read more »

Let Me Hear Your Money Talk

When I filed taxes for the first time as a teenager I remember not understanding what the fuss was about. You get some paperwork in the mail, you fill out the form and then you get money BACK. Seemed like a pretty sweet deal to me! Ah, so young, so naive. I did have a… Read more »