Robert Reich: The Great U-Turn
Do you recall a time in America when the income of a single school teacher or baker or salesman or mechanic was enough to buy a home, have two cars, and raise a family? I remember.
Katie Gibson: Learning to Love My Unemployed Self
I had everything. I had the perfect apartment, the perfect lifestyle (whatever that even means), the perfect husband, the perfect dog, the perfect job. I was bouncy lollipops and rainbows happy. That is, until it all fell apart faster than you can say downsizing.
Robin Kevles-Necowitz: Would You Wish Your Life on Your Children?
Childhood isn't easy. And it's a whole lot harder when parents are counting on their children to make them happy -- with a good grade, a positive attitude, a full social calendar, a home run at the game, a scholarship, great SAT scores and perfect attendance.
Emily Cohn: Chipotle Tofu Is A Clever Con To Get Vegetarians To Pay More
It didn't take me long to realize what Chipotle was really doing by adding tofu (aka Sofritas) to its menu: It had cleverly devised a way to get vegetarians to pay more for a meatless burrito. Now, vegetarians can spend just as much as omnivores.
Cruiseline.com: 7 Rookie Mistakes of First-Time Cruisers
Here are the top seven mistakes cruise newbies make and how to avoid them for smooth sailing, from the minute you walk up the gangway for the first time to the moment you disembark.
Nadia Tolokonnikova: We Were Attacked, But Will Not Be Silenced
When we arrived to visit a women's prison with our prison-reform organization, unknown men attacked us with blinding liquid. We believe the attack was sanctioned by the Russian Federal Security Service.
Tovah Feldshuh: A Mother at Mothers and Sons
Mothers and Sons, refreshingly imagines a world that the backyard barbecue guests of my childhood could probably never have imagined
Soraya Chemaly: On a Random Day in the U.S. There Are More Than 66,000 Requests for Help Escaping Domestic Violence
The dynamics of domestic violence are complex and changing them requires not just one thing to change, but many things simultaneously.
Shireen Ahmed: I'm a Footballer Who Happens to Wear Hijab -- I Didn't Need FIFA to Tell Me That
How can I laud FIFA for striking down a law that should have never been implemented in the first place? Being ripped from the game because a lot of white, privileged men decided it was dangerous for me and the sport was torturous. Football is for all of us. It should always have been.
Dr. Amy Shah: Women: Our Disease Is Perfection
In order for us to continue to advance in the workplace and home, we must literally and figuratively remove the airbrushed media images of female success and tame our own unrealistic expectations for ourselves.
Michael Anthony Fernandez: Could Yoga Be the Secret to Motivating Millennials?
Would you ever think that Courtney Love would be the inspiration for restructuring an entire office culture -- which included building a yoga studio in our new office? Well, she was, and this is what happened.
Richard Branson: Businesses Should Stand Up to Climate Change Deniers
More businesses should be following Apple's stance in encouraging more investment in sustainability. While Tim Cook told sustainability skeptics to "get out of our stock," I would urge climate change deniers to get out of our way.
Caleb Wilde: 10 Reasons I'm a Funeral Director
Perhaps there's no greater freedom than to live life with a healthy relationship with death. That healthy relationship allows you embracing each moment, realizing that we are not promised tomorrow. This good relationship with death has been given to me by the funeral profession.
Cheryl Saban Ph.D.: CSW58 -- Imagining a Different World for Women
The status of the world's women will be discussed in depth during the upcoming CSW58 in New York City. The Commission of the Status of Women is arguably the highest authority on issues of gender equality and the empowerment of women at the global level.
Jonathan Weiler: Why Proponents of Raising the NBA Age Minimum Are Full of Beans
The NBA's owners may sincerely believe that they will be improving the overall product if they start barring players under 20. But they will be sincerely mistaken.
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