By Lindsay Meck We launched Onward: A Post-Breakup Concierge Service on Valentine’s Day in NYC after observing too many overwhelming urban uncouplings (our own included).  Managing the administrative lift of a quick housing relocation (the move, the apartment search, the utility changes) and reorienting your life post-breakup could be easier and less socially stigmatizing. […]

By Ashley Gonzalez Saying “no” is hard. At times, saying it makes me feel awkward, guilty, and even unsympathetic. Whether it comes to things I can’t do or simply don’t want to, saying “no” has always been difficult because I want to be helpful. But I couldn’t believe how easy and relieving saying “no” actually […]

By Kori Zornes I never imagined my life would be spent traveling the world, wandering from one beautiful beach town to the next, all while being surrounded by an inspiring community of amazing women! If this sounds like a dream, it is actually – one that I manifested into real life through hard work, trust, […]

By Paige Schroeder It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of emails you’re receiving weekly or daily, especially from subscriptions. Luckily, you have a couple of options to declutter. You can do this the long way, or you can go for the fast and easy way. If your emails are flooding, there’s a pretty […]

By Izabelle Azevedo Romance. That person who will hold your hand at the park, make you laugh, and (hopefully) be good in bed. When looking for a guy (or a girl), what are the qualities you hope to find? What do you pay attention to? I heard once (or maybe a few times) that I […]

By Sara Losonci The awkward energy that fills the room each time Marie Kondo greets a new home in her Netflix show, Tidying up With Marie Kondo, sparks a lot of joy in me. Let’s be honest, she’s taking a brief nap. I imagined my hourly paying clients wouldn’t appreciate me napping on the job […]