Melanie Notkin was asked to be a Mogul mentor in September, 2016, to help guide women (and men) around the world on how she started her business, and about life in the Otherhood, through a real-time h...Read More »
Melanie Notkin appears in The New York Post on the 8th Annual Auntie's Day:
A good place to start is national Auntie’s Day, the day I established in 2009 that falls annually on the fourth Sunday in J...Read More »
The New York Times Sunday Business section (July 10, 2016) features Melanie Notkin and her brands Savvy Auntie, PANK, and Otherhood in a report on how, by focusing mainly on moms, marketers are missin...Read More »
Melanie Notkin, Savvy Auntie, PANK, and Otherhood are featured in The New York Times Sunday Business on a report focused on how marketers are missing the influential and rising demographic of childles...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 »
Rachel Spencer, BuzzFeed Contributor
2. And you don’t have to live up to other people’s expectations, either.
I spent most of my thirties in a frenzy fretting about finding a man, settling down, a...Read More »
There’s also the common assumption that with no kids, people must have a lot of free personal time, and the work-life balance does not really apply to them. As Melanie Notkin, author of Otherhood: Mod...Read More »
There’s also the common assumption that with no kids, people must have a lot of free personal time, and the work-life balance does not really apply to them. As Melanie Notkin, author of Otherhood: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness, puts it, “It’s rare that childless workers are thought to have a life outside of work, so ‘what’s to balance?’ some may think.”