It’s an understatement to say that dating in New York City is hard. Millions of people live here and it can be difficult to find a “perfect” match – or any match that doesn’t ghost you or send unsolicited pics. Perhaps that’s why “The Psychology of Love” event with Aimee Barr was packed on Galentine’s Day, Feb. 13.

Chances are that you’ve already joined the 80% of people that give up their New Year’s resolutions by mid-February. It’s easy to feel discouraged when you’ve skipped a day or two of your goal – and figure it’s better to just try again next year – but certified life coach Laura Killick says there’s hope if you’ve lapsed.  

When most people think of buying an apartment in New York City, it seems like an impossible dream. You would have to be a millionaire, right? Danielle Nazinitsky, a licensed real estate agent with Corcoran, works specifically with homes that are under $1 million – and gave Six Degrees Society a roadmap to home ownership.

A good workout can bring endorphins, exhaustion or energy (sometimes a mix of all three!) Fitness and wellness coach Elyse Sparkes believes that getting fit doesn’t have to mean measuring progress by pounds or percentages; it’s about tuning in to your body’s needs.

The morning panel made me wish every breakfast started like this.  On Oct. 11, six founders had an honest conversation about growing their companies, giving back to other women and driving their hustle.With Six Degrees Society founder Emily Merrell as the moderator, SDS heard from Navi Ganancial, Co-Founder of FounderMade; Claire Wasserman, Founder of Ladies Get Paid; Leanne Shear, Co-Founder of Uplift Studios; Billie Whitehouse, Founder of Wearable X; and Suz Baleson, Founder of The Wellth Collective

Have you ever avoided applying for a job because you didn’t feel qualified? Sat in a meeting where you felt like you couldn’t contribute, even though you had a good idea? “Imposter Syndrome” contributes to why you felt you had to deny yourself those opportunities. On Oct. 10, Rebecca Kronman explained to Six Degrees Society what Imposter Syndrome is – a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”, despite laudable accomplishments – and help eliminate the doubts that contribute to it.