If you could have a do-over, would you have had more kids? A frequent comment by her mother-in-law needles Candy Schulman, the mother of one.
How close should they get? Would she wash her own dishes? Do you ever stop mothering? An extended visit from her daughter prompted Candy Schulman to consider these and other questions.
With a world of worries like we’ve never seen, Candy Schulman overcomes her doubts and, like 25 million other Americans, figures out how to meditate to contain her stress.
In this age of photoshop and surgery, do we ever need to show our real selves? Candy Schulman considers the options as she updates her headshot—and comes to a big decision.
Is retirement all it’s cracked up to be? Writer and professor Candy Schulman took a summer off at long last and learned some surprising lessons about herself, the nature of work, and aging.