Orman talks about her journey from broke waitress to money guru, and what we can learn from it.
Rescuing animals is only the beginning for the women behind these innovative and compassionate programs.
These cookies are both chewy and crunchy at the same time. The outside is a little hard, but the center remains soft. You may want to double the recipe because they disappear so fast.
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Last week, JWI supporters attended the D.C. premiere of Roe at Arena Stage. The production explored the history of the landmark Supreme Court case, and the ongoing battle for safe, affordable, and accessible abortion care.
Domestic abuse typically conjures up images of angry men and bruised partners. But children are deeply affected by violence. With these young victims in mind, JWI is working to build 100 children’s libraries in domestic violence shelters across the country.
The 2016 Young Women’s Leadership Conference brought together nearly 200 Jewish women from across the United States to network with and learn from JWI’s inspiring Women to Watch honorees.
Tami Ackerman writes about why JWI's National Library Initiative is a project close to her heart.
The number of women pursuing tech careers hasn’t been growing - so activists are working to transform the tech field into a friendlier space.
See what's growing as JWI's Young Women's Leadership Network expands westward.
If your significant other pops the question today, keep this in mind: talking about money before you tie the knot is far more important than the type of wedding flowers you select or the color of the reception tablecloths.
Parents need to have the “money talk” with their children early—and Beth Kobliner’s new book shows how.
This Chanukah, find what in Jewish life sparks a flame and inspires your dedication.
If anyone ever told you Chanukah wasn’t important, hang on to your dreidel!
This interesting recipe comes from the late Gil Marks, rabbi, author and food historian.
“Shredded parsnip makes these crispy pancakes sweeter than the usual potato latkes, and the parsnips’ dry flesh renders them extraordinarily crunchy, too,” writes Melissa Clark.
Magazines and fashionistas have been talking about the rise of “office casual," so should jeans still be reserved for Fridays? We asked Lauren Friedman, author of the brand new book 50 Ways to Wear Denim.
The sexist double standard isn’t dead but has lost its political punch, says historian and author Nancy Cohen, but that doesn’t mean that women’s political equality will happen overnight.