On this week’s Bespoke Parenting Hour, host Julie Gunlock talks to writer (and coolest aunt on the planet!) Melanie Notkin, an expert on the emerging demographic of childless, often single women, whic...Read More »
Melanie Notkin was a guest on the Love & Life Podcast with Dr Karin for a deep dive into the women of the OTHERHOOD and to chat about Auntie's Day, Sunday July 26.
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Ep. 11: Melanie Notkin and Bridget talk Wasted-Womb Shaming – What it is and Why it’s Terrible [Explicit]
Melanie Notkin, founder of Savvy Auntie, the first community for cool aunts, great aunts, g...Read More »
Melanie Notkin is quoted by writer Heather Robinson in this piece on what happens in dating when you think it's going somewhere... and your date "disappears."
“At what point is it ‘ghosting,’ and...Read More »
..."This is because loneliness reads as weakness. Melanie Notkin, author of the 2014 book Otherhood: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness, believes our longing for companionship is often malig...Read More »
Melanie Notkin appeared on The Little Things - The Daily Glow show to talk about Savvy Auntie and Otherhood! With over 10 million Facebook fans, and counting, this fun, fresh Facebook Live show i...Read More »
My latest article for New York Post: "The Baby Blocker: Why are increasingly college-educated women have children later in life? Blame men." is on why women are becoming mothers later than ever before...Read More »
Melanie Notkin was a guest on Brian Howie's The Great Love Debate podcast recorded in New York City and aired on February 13, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Listen in as Melanie Notkin, Date-Ono...Read More »
A piece I wrote for The New York Post is the "Body & Soul" section cover story today, June 16, 2016.
My essay is inspired by my dating life in my 40s and I share why it's better now than it was...Read More »
But others think it’s unfair to blame Type A personality traits and career focus for one’s single status.
“Singles aren’t waiting for life to happen to them,” argues Melanie Notkin, cultural anthro...Read More »