Brigid Schulte is the director of New America’s Better Life Lab, which today announced The Better Life Lab Channel, a partnership with Slate. The Better Life Lab Channel is launching with a pop-up blog that will explore why striking a good balance between work life and family life seems so unattainable for so many people—and… Read more »
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Brigid Schulte recently published “Even Work-Life Balance Experts Are Awful at Balancing Work and Life.” I’ve come to call this the expert’s dilemma. It’s something I came across again and again, both while I was researching my book, Overwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time and in my own search for… Read more »
At Business Insider, four of our speakers “share ways to make 2017 your most productive year yet.” “Follow the ‘one-minute rule’ and do any task that can be finished in one minute. Hang up your coat, read a letter and toss it, fill in a form, answer an email, note down a citation, pick up… Read more »
Brigid Schulte has just begun work on a new series on the behavioral science behind why we work so much, and systems we can design that may be able to help us work better and have time for life. The problem isn’t policies—it’s culture. Some companies have sought better work-life balance through experiments with flexible… Read more »
Brigid Schulte’s TEDx talk on “How to work, love and play when no one has time.”
Brigid Schulte, author of Overwhelmed, has written two new pieces on gender: “Fix the wage gap with transparency” at The Boston Globe, and “Women aren’t the only ones trapped by gender roles” at The Globe and Mail.
Brigid Schulte talked to fellow BSG speaker Gretchen Rubin about her new book, Better Than Before. Read the Q&A here.
Carmine’s Talk Like TED and Brigid’s Overwhelmed came in at #8 and #15, respectively. [BookWeb.org]
Read the full interview at Gretchen’s blog right here. Brigid’s book, Overwhelmed, was released in paperback yesterday and is currently #1 the Women & Business category at Amazon.
Brigid has written a profile on the Brookings Institute’s Isabel V. Sawhill, “a longtime proponent of marriage [who] wants to reassess the institution’s future.” In the turbulent culture wars over sex, love, poverty and the future of the American family, Isabel V. Sawhill, a blunt, influential and formidable voice, has long come down squarely on… Read more »