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 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 Ashley Salamanca As a married person, I wasn’t sure that I had anything to learn from Marisa Cohen at her “Science of Love” workshop…but I couldn’t have been more wrong! Just before the holidays, Six Degrees Society NYC gathered at the dreamy Lunya “bedroom” in SoHo to hear from Marisa Cohen, Associate Professor […]

By Izabelle Azevedo “Changing habits takes time.” I bet you’re tired of hearing this. Well, unfortunately, it does. But you know what really takes time? Sticking to those habits. As I’m writing this post, I’m not proud to say that with the holidays, and all the things happening in my life at the same time, I started cheating […]

By Molli Carlson Everyone deals with a lack of confidence from time to time. But when those feelings turn unshakeable and start getting in the way of personal peace of mind, it might be an indication of imposter syndrome. What is impostor syndrome? Impostor syndrome refers to the phenomenon when an individual internalizes their accomplishments, […]