While there are different methods of commuting (driving, walking, taking the bus or train, etc.), one thing remains the same--there are shoes responsible for getting us from one point to another. Find out what kind of commuter shoe is best for you.
How am I supposed to stay motivated to grow as a #girlboss when I never have time to just take a breath and focus on myself?! News flash: even the best #girlbosses need mental health days.
Where there’s cold weather, there’s warm clothing... Don’t compromise your #look just to stay warm. Here’s a list of fashion girl approved, cute (but essential) coats that you need this winter!
Colder than average temperatures should not mean that fashion girls must sacrifice style. Often overlooked, the turtleneck is actually winter’s chicest layering staple. Making it in Manhattan has found the perfect turtlenecks for every occasion.
Growing up, we always have a dream job in mind. I am one of the many that didn’t land theirs straight out of college. The big question is, what’s their secret?!
Aside from their role as the perfect transitional piece, blazers are just flat out fashionable. Make sure your wardrobe is stocked and ready for whatever blazer worthy occasion is thrown your way.
Sometimes, work sucks, like really sucks. Just like any other job, mine comes with ups and downs. I’m not oblivious to the fact that it won’t always be smooth sailing, but I’ve figured out a few ways to get through even the toughest slump.
Every year, I make new resolutions (that I keep for like .02 seconds), and I repeat “this is going to be my year” over and over in my head like a mantra. It can be yours too because I’m going to tell you how to get what you want in the new year.
Making it in Manhattan highly encourages you to dabble in colorful clothes. Color makes everyone happy, and at MIIM we try to create a world of rainbows and unicorns.
Saving money is hard, especially when it means saying no to that metallic Prada bag you’ve been eyeing. With a few easy tricks, saving money in the city is suddenly not so difficult. You may even save enough for that bag...
'Goal Digger' is a segment where The Next Up interviews individuals who work a 9-5, in addition to running their own projects. To kick-off The Next Up’s relaunch, they spoke with three creative-working women who are doing just that.
Between Christmas tree lighting, preparing for Channukah, getting the candles ready for Kwanzaa and all other holidays, The Next Up Co. thought it'd be helpful to reach out to our most creative friends and see what they've got on their lists for this year, and what they'd give to their friends.
Intertext is a publication showcasing the best undergraduate writing from the Syracuse University Writing Program. It exemplifies the power of writing and collaboration to inform and inspire. My piece, titled A Letter to E, was published in Volume 25, Issue 1.