This year, April 2 marks Equal Pay Day. That means that to earn the same amount as men did from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018, women would have to work January 1, 2018 to April 2, 2019. That’s over three more months of moolah, and it’s even worse for minority women. However, let’s… Continue reading Equal Pay Day 2019: Women Dominate Social Media
I’ll admit it -- I don’t take full advantage of my membership to Soho House. It’s a bougie splurge of mine, and although I love the rooftop pool, the gym, the U27 discounts, the screening room, the community, the events, oh, and the rooftop pool, I don’t go there enough as I would like. I… Continue reading Ideas in the Instagram Era: A Panel at Soho
While I love seasonal reading lists to keep me accountable to my bookworm goals, I decided not to make one this past winter. Publishing a book is exhausting, and I didn’t want to overwhelm myself with content. I still read a lot, but now that it’s almost spring, it’s time to get back at it.… Continue reading 8 Books on Mary K’s Spring 2018 Reading List
In the future, we'll be doing jobs we couldn't dream of. So, let's dream up our dream jobs.
Now that it's fall, it's officially the time for pumpkin spice everything, and with that comes an abundance of misused stereotypes. The term "basic white girl" annoys me year round, but the seasonal resurgence of privilege grinds my gears, and I gotta let it out. Urban Dictionary of a Basic White Girl: A female who… Continue reading PSL Season: A Time to Check Yo Privilege and Stereotypes