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Happy Holidays from Hello Ladies

Happy Holidays! Hello Ladies will be back in 2015 with some...more

Ignorant Legislator of the Week

This week’s ignorant legislator award goes to Missouri State Representative...more

Shoes You Can Use (And a Special Offer)

Fashionistas are always telling us to substitute our all-black wardrobes for navy – it’s less harsh against the skin. But have you ever noticed how difficult it is to find a decent navy shoe? Not anymore ....more

Feminist Parenting Win!

While watching Rudolph last Saturday...more

Holiday Hacks for Busy Women

The holidays are supposed to be fun, but between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve,...more

An Important Reminder from Hillary Clinton

At the Massachusetts Conference for Women last week, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (who I met backstage!) said something that really resonated for me, and I suspect for many of the mogul, mom and maids I’ve met in the last year. Clinton said, “Sometimes we women focus too much on our deficits.” Ain’t it the truth? A friend often says, “Feedback is a gift.” Well last week it felt like Christmas came early for me ....more

Practice Gratitude

I don’t mean to preach; I just need to practice. It’s been a rough year – personally, politically, at home, and afar. Research shows that practicing gratitude is good for you ....more

The Hello Ladies Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

Look no more. Hello Ladies has created the ultimate holiday gift guide. We’ve found 40 gifts at every price point for every woman in your life ....more

Same Suit, Double Standard

My new work suit Did you hear about the Australian newscaster who wore the same suit on air for a year? A reader asked me what I thought about it. According to Karl Stefanovic of the Nine Network’s Today show no one noticed or commented ....more

Women in STEM: The Past and Present (Infographic)

Mavis Batey, Codebreaker. photo credit: Cryptomuseum.com After graduating with a related degree, women are employed in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields only half as often as men. Maybe that’s because you can’t be what you can’t see ....more