Our overall wellness is imperative to the creativity we practice, the work we produce, work-life balance, and the teams we build. Instead of revamping your health plan with a New Year’s resolution, make it part of your lifestyle with the following ways to maintain and enhance your wellness and fitness goals while working remotely.
This book offers an important reminder that you’re not crazy for thinking the trade off for your full-time labor should, at minimum, be basic dignity and assured survival. That it’s good and even necessary to imagine—and then demand—life and work as it should be.
Putting aside all the not-so-great things that happened in 2020, one bright spot is the explosion in popularity of the email newsletter.
It’s been a trial by fire, and I’ve finally come up with a plan that works for my family. Maybe it can help your own.
Six months ago, if you had asked even my closest friends if I, the die-hard city gal, would ever move, they would have bet any sum that I would not. I would have made that bet myself.
In my own day-to-day as a digital operations specialist, I look at what a client’s task objective is and break down how we’re going to make it happen. In 2020, I’ve learned this skill isn’t just something that can be applied to advertising operations but rather, to life.
We Are Rosie founder Stephanie Nadi Olson interviews emerging voices on the future of work
A. Walton Smith, Head of Content and Community Engagement at We Are Rosie and Founder of Black Women Owned passes the mic to Henry Childs II, Founder and CEO of the Minority Wealth Commission, the largest multi-stakeholder organization solely focused on eradicating the racial wealth gap and finance the minority economy. In this episode the two discuss advice for minority business owners and what the ideal future of minority wealth looks like.