BY Emma Pacchiana in Feminizzle on Dec 09, 2013 |
The premise of the New York Times’s recent piece on the stay-at-home husbands of female Wall Street execs was a must-click the minute I heard about it: the so-called “house husband” is one of my favorite answers to the nebulous question of how to Have It All. The article focuses on a growing class of families in wealthy suburban areas that are putting aside the traditional nuclear family structure for a more progressive and profitable ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich in General on Nov 01, 2013 |
Gwyneth Paltrow talked about something unrelated to $250.00 sea salt and boy was it awesome.
In a recent interview with Red Magazine, Paltrow addressed the criticisms she, along with working mothers 'round the world, receive for the way they choose to balance their life. Check it:
"It makes me cross. I personally think that the work-life balance for a woman should be exactly what she feels is right for her. And nobody else can set her time schedule. And ... Read More
Dearest BUSTies, I have a huge confession to make: The Real Housewives franchise comprises all of my favorite TV shows. Usually, people think of the shows as dated because they portray these women as vapid and totally clueless (granted, they often behave that way), but the series does chronicle shifts in how housewives as a social group are perceived. These women have done countless things to raise awareness and funds for fighting domestic violence, and the ... Read More
BY Kelly Maxwell in Crafty on May 08, 2013 |
Mother's Day is just around the corner. Mark your calendars! Don't forget, it's Sunday, May 12!
Sure, you could get your mama some flowers, or pull that good ol' breakfast in bed trick...but you're totally better than that. After all, this woman deserves the best from you. She gave birth to you! So this year, show her how much she means to you by whipping up one of these quick and easy DIY Mother's Day gifts. Or make two and save one for yourself.1. Chalkboard ... Read More
BY Teresa Lu in General on May 02, 2013 |
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently amended a rule that prevented stay-at-home parents from obtaining credit cards.Intended to prevent people from falling into debt, the rule required credit card companies to take into account the applicant’s individual income rather than household income. It eventually garnered disapproval due to the unfair restrictions it placed on spouses who were full-time parents. Holly McCall, member of the group ... Read More