Helen Gurley Brown changed my life. She died last month at age 90 though, according to the New York Times obituary, “parts of her were considerably younger.” read more I will always think of her a young career girl.
In the previous post, I discussed why I think young women need to be smarter about potential marriage partners. Here are some suggestions channeled from Jane Austen: 1. Don’t look for a man.
I do not advocate for getting involved romantically with someone you meet at work, but let’s be realistic. If you are all about building an UNSINKABLE career, you are spending a lot (or most) of your time at work.
1. It’s best not to mix business with pleasure: avoid workplace romance.