“I’ve built my whole life around work. How do I press undo?”
For many of us, our careers are much more than how we pay the rent. Our jobs are part of our identity. But what happens when we start to re-evaluate our lifestyle after years of being wedded to work? Two women explain how they reassessed their identities after stepping away from work.
“I let people walk all over me at work”: women reveal what it’s like to be the office doormat
Being talked over at work or forced to do “office housework” not in your job description can lead to low self-esteem and imposter syndrome. Two women reveal what they’ve learned from being walked all over at work.
Handling a boss with no boundaries: real women share their stories
Are you constantly expected to be available, work late and respond to your boss’s every demand? Two women share how they broke free from an overbearing boss.
Diary of a first-time buyer: “How I bought my first home on a budget during a pandemic”
From being ghosted by solicitors to the surprise expenses along the way, an honest account of buying her first house on a budget during the pandemic – as it happened.
"I'll never go back to an office": What it's like to be left out of the workplace clique
Workplace cliques can affect your career progression and even your mental health. Here, women describe how they moved on from toxic workplace environments.
Can your boss really spy on you when you’re working from home?
The Covid-19 pandemic has had the majority of us working remotely, but what happens when your boss wants to keep up with what you’re doing behind the scenes? We look into what they can do to monitor your workload, and what you can do about it.
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Moving house in lockdown: 3 women on why they’re leaving London
As lockdown eases and our priorities change, three women reflect on why they’re considering leaving the city for pastures new in a quest to find their own versions of a “new normal”.
Why You Should Think Twice Before Giving Your Partner Fingerprint Access to Your Phone
A relationship expert has called it “the modern day equivalent of giving someone the key to your house", but why are so many millennials now giving their partners fingerprint access to their phone?
This is How Group Chats Have Changed Female Friendships
The rise of the group chat means it’s easier than ever to stay connected with our friends. But does this keep us closer with our loved ones - or are we more isolated than ever?