If you were a high school or college girl in the ‘70s, Our Bodies, Ourselves was one of most amazing books ever. Sadly, the organization that published the book in the early ‘70s and nine editions thereafter has announced that no more updates would be forthcoming. Yet, we still have a few things to learn about our midlife bodies and ourselves.
At the recent “Women of America” conference, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said “over a half a million new women entered the workforce on [President Trump’s] watch.” While that’s true, the numbers don’t tell the full story for midlife women.
Dawn Fitzpatrick, 47, just began a new gig as chief investment officer of Soros Fund Management. She is managing about $26 billion of Mr. Soros’ personal and family wealth. This move makes her one of the most powerful people in finance.
Does your adult child live with you? You’re not alone. More Millennials live with their parents than any other generation in the last 130 years. The back-at-homes are clustered in six major cities, and one look at the income-versus-rent ratio tells you why.
Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-CT) was a much-needed voice of mid-life woman reason at the latest U.S. House Committee on We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Science hearings on climate change.