Finding someone that can understand you mind, body and spirit is hard. Meet Jalpa Dhaduk, from hospital worker to holistic worker she helps individuals break through their blocks with a mix of nutrition and reiki. After years of battling her own inner body image demons, she was able to block out the noise and break […]

Hope is more than your typical 30-something. By 30, she’s written two books, founded and rebranded agency and thrives on very little sleep. After a recent move from NYC to Chicago, Hope’s inspiring women in her 20’s and 30’s with her candid perspective of all the pressures associated with transitioning decades. 1. You recently turned […]

By Elizabeth Roberts Mindy Kaling and Kate Hudson are having the ultimate glow up year and POPSUGAR Play/Ground didn’t sleep on hearing their secrets to success. POPSUGAR’s inaugural wellness, lifestyle and empowerment convention, June 9-10, capitalized on what thankfully has become a growing trend: women owning their success and advocating for other women. Both actresses […]

By Kathryn Selby Over a year ago I experienced one of the biggest blows to my ego – I got laid off. There were so many things that ran through my mind that March morning. My feelings went back and forth between anger and sadness, But my underlying thought was, “I AM PISSED OFF.” I […]

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.

Ann Shoket, former Editor-in-Chief of Seventeen and CosmoGirl!, has been telling us how it is since our teenage years. The former magazine maven turned author started research for “The Big Life” by inviting millennial women over for dinner. They discussed what they’re looking for – and maybe not getting – in work, relationships and money. Honest feelings courtesy of wine and frozen pizza.