Lenny No. 114

Changing The Face Of Career Development
So I started my own company to help women of color climb the ladder.

In this issue of Lenny: Jancee Dunn on how how mothers — and all women — really need alone time; Novelist novelist Hala Alyan on how, as a recent immigrant in Oklahoma, she fell in love with the larger-than-life wrestlers of the WWE; CEO and founder of The Memo Minda Harts write about being excluded career development business that didn't address the challenges women of color face; Mikaella Clements took a three week trip to New Zealand with her family of six and used her skin-care routine as a way to maintain her sanity; Gracie Linden writes a charming essay about living in a London boardinghouse.

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How To Look After Your Face at the End of the Worl
A beauty guide for the most rustic circumstances — a weeks-long motor home trip.
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The Boarding House of My Dreams
Living like Jo March, 21st century style.
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What the WWE Taught Me About Home
As an immigrant growing up in Oklahoma, I didn't believe in Superman or Santa Claus, but I believed in Shawn Michaels.
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Women Are Supposed to Give Until They Die
I thought men needed alone time more than women did. Why?
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