All about HSAs

All about HSAs January 10, 2024 If you receive health insurance through your employer you may have heard of a health savings account (HSA).  HSAs are financial accounts, not insurance products.   Participants enrolled in a qualified High Deductible Health Plan (qHDHP) can open and contribute to an HSA.  Employers may provide matching contributions to […]

How to Change Career Paths

How to Change Career Paths November 15, 2023 It used to be that you needed to go to college, maybe graduate school, and work a similar job for the rest of your career. Many even used to stay at the same company for the length of their career. With democratized knowledge – thanks to the […]

Negotiating Tips

Negotiating Tips November 1, 2023

How Do We Address Unpaid Care Work?

How Do We Address Unpaid Care Work? May 9, 2022 Most of us know someone who grew up with either a stay-at-home mom or a single mom who worked while also managing the household mostly by themselves. It has been a product of our culture that emphasizes that women should work like they don’t have […]

How to celebrate women’s history month

How to celebrate women’s history month March 3, 2022 Women’s History Month is not just a time to celebrate the achievements of women today, but to remember the long struggle that women have had to go through even in the last 100 years to obtain voting rights, the opportunity to own property, get a credit […]

Ally Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

Ally mistakes you don’t know you’re making February 28, 2022 Over the last several years, we have seen an increase in white Americans pledging to become better allies to people of color in their social and professional spheres. Often, we will ask “what can we do?” to improve ourselves, but as author Latasha Morrison puts […]

Standing Tall Amidst Turmoil

Standing Tall Amidst Turmoil: 3 Black Willow Women on Staying Resilient February 10, 2021 It’s no secret that women (Black women especially) have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. From job loss and a persistent wealth gap, to increased caregiving responsibilities and mental health issues, our endurance has been tested over, and over, and over. […]

Managing Time Is Like Managing Money

Managing Time Is Like Managing Money by Willow Editorial Team June 16, 2020 Summer is drawing its curtain call, and we’ve been asking ourselves, ‘Did it just fly away like that? If only I had more time.’ Although we’re talking about time, we could very well be talking about money as the similarities are endless. […]

Reinventing During a Pandemic

Reinventing During a Pandemic by CoveyClub Team June 4, 2020 IT’S ONE THING TO REINVENT YOURSELF AFTER LEAVING A JOB OR MAKING A CAREER CHANGE, BUT WHAT’S IT LIKE TRYING TO SWITCH GEARS WHEN A PANDEMIC HITS? Covey Club Founder Lesley Jane Seymour, a member of Willow’s Expert Network, recently sat down with someone who […]