As an award-winning self-employed money writer and journalist with credits in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Glamour, Real Simple, Women's Health, Men's Health, Wired and Forbes. As an expert she has appeared on-camera for CBS Morning, Fox Business, NBC Nightly News with Chuck Scarborough, The Huffington Post Live, and other major outlets.
Emma knows first hand about the plight of the single, self-employed entrepreneurial mom—and she has strong opinions about it. Her no-nonsense attitude, frankness, and wit keep readers flocking. Emma challenges commonly accepted ideas about setting finite work-life boundaries and striving towards the always-out-of-reach balance. Instead, she inspires women to abolish unreal expectations, guilt, and antiquated ideas about what makes a “good mom” and a “strong woman.” Whether they’re married, divorced or single, Emma helps women define, and in many case redefine, what it means to be a professional woman in the 21st century.
Originally from Sycamore, Ill., Emma lives in New York City with her two preschoolers.
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