Amassed Media

Here’s everywhere you can find me and my work online

Podcasts

Hannah and Matt Know It All: Part 1 (old columns), Part 2 (other advice questions)

Your Working Life with Caroline Dowd-Higgins

Videos

Your Money Matters (WGN Chicago Midday News)

Working Hard or Over-Working? (professional development workshop, UChicago Graham School)

Interviews, Reviews, and Other Write-Ups

How to Stop Procrastinating Right Now (Inc. review)

Career Counseling from the Businesslady (UChicago Magazine interview)

Courtney Guerra Answers Any Business & Career Questions on Her Column (LadyBossBlogger interview)

Why We Love Dear Businesslady (write-up from Hannah and Matt Know It All)

Survive and Thrive: 5 Must-Read New Books for Career Success (Ms. Career Girl review)

CNY Books and Authors: Getting from “just a job” to a career (Syracuse Post-Standard—scroll down for the write-up on my book)

This comprehensive volume is a truly invaluable resource” (review from Microcosm Publishing)

“Working Hard or Over-Working” Was Great (workshop review on The Billfold)

Is This Working? Is Here! (book review on The Billfold)

Reader reviews of Is This Working? on Goodreads and Amazon

Book Excerpts

Keeping It Collegial with Coworkers Who Grate Your Nerves (Huffington Post)

What To Do When You Get Blamed For Your Coworker’s Screw-Up (Fast Company)

How To Take Feedback From A Manager You Can’t Stand (Fast Company)

4 Tips to Prevent Your Job from Taking Over Your Life (Simon & Schuster Tips on Life & Love)

6 Steps to Negotiating the Salary You Deserve (Working Mother)

Billfold Chats

Advice Column Roundtable with Ask a Manager: Part 1, Part 2

Talking With Dear Businesslady About How Books Are Made

Dear Businesslady Advice Column (obviously)

The Billfold (2016–present)

The Toast (2014–2016)

Day-Job Writing (UChicago Humanities)

Being Well / Scholarship of Self-Transcendence (Tableau, Spring 2017)

Firecrackers in Seats (Tableau, Fall 2015)

In the Engine Room of Reality (Tableau, Spring 2012)

Other selected pieces from Tableau, our alumni magazine