Women’s News: What I Know About Being Single Now That I’m In My 40s


Melanie Notkin

Founder and national bestselling author of Savvy Auntie. Author, Otherhood, March 4, 2014,

I’m smiling as I write this, which is a good sign. I certainly had never expected to be single in my 40s. Still, I find myself remarkably happy most of the time. There are moments, of course, of frustration and grief over not having love, marriage and children. But I have come to realize that I’m happy despite the fact that my life did not turn out as expected. Here are some of the reasons why:

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Women’s News: There’s A Shockingly Simple Way To Fix The Gender Pay Gap

The Davos World Economic Forum 2014

By Julian Berman

One woman has a novel idea for closing the pay gap between men and women: Make it easier for people to take some time off without the world ending.

If companies make it easier for workers to share information and skills, then those workers will be able to seamlessly sub for colleagues who need maternity leave or to skip out early for a dance recital, suggests Harvard economist Claudia Goldin. That could address one of the main causes of women getting paid less than men over the long run.

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