Author: Mary Key, Ph.D.


A Poem By Stewart Levine, Esq.   Where is this going this virus thing Has us all reflect on all the bling What’s really important in  life What really protects from all the strife   What are lessons you can learn More important than what you earn Who are the guides that help you get […]

Emergency Coronavirus Bill Signed into Law

Legal Update on Coronavirus Guest Blog By Terin Cremer, Esq. On March 18, 2020 President Trump signed US House of Representatives’ Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201).   The bill applies to employers with fewer than 500 employees. The following is a summary of some of the highlights that will affect these employers: 12 weeks […]

Confidence: The Secret Sauce

How to build confidence

Confidence is one of our most sought-after traits, in life and in business. Confident people accomplish what they want to get done without excessive agonizing, doubt, or rumination. An air of certainty wins others to their side—even when their work isn’t perfect. Out of the hundreds of women I’ve worked with as a coach and […]

Female Breadwinners: The Art of Sequencing

By Laura S. Scott I first came aware of the changing face of the breadwinner during my research on intentionally childfree couples in 2004. I was interviewing couples for my book Two Is Enough: A Couple’s Guide to Living Childless by Choice and I had identified a subset of voluntarily childless couples I called “Postponers”; […]