The Everygirl, the newest online resource helping shape creative, career-driven women in their twenties and thirties.
As you may have guessed since we've been attached at the hip - running around New York City and spending every night and weekend together (in addition to working our full-time jobs) - Danielle Moss of Breakfast at Toast and I teamed up this summer looking to create something new. Something relatable. Something real. And most importantly, something attainable for every girl everywhere.
From that, www.theeverygirl.com was born.
We'll be asking the questions no one else has asked. So whether it's an interview with the girl who started a blog and built a brand name for herself, the girl who saved her vacation days for a three-week romp around Europe, or the girl who stylishly decorated her home on a budget - we won't simply be looking at what they've done, we'll look at the steps they took to make it happen and what advice they have for others looking to do something similar.
You can also expect to find features on fashion, finance, entertaining, and more! We are working with business consultants, financial advisors, and stylists to bring you stories that are inspiring and budget friendly. After all, this site is for you - The Everygirl.
In all honesty, The Everygirl is a site I wish I had when I was 22, graduating from school without a single connection to call on, and wondering: Wow, what next? Where do I begin? How am I going to land my dream job? What is my dream job? Where am I going to live now that I'm on my own? How am I going to save any money when there are so many things I have to budget for (rent, utilities, dog bills, car payments, etc.) not to mention the things I'd rather be spending money on (dinners out, home decor, J.Crew's newest collection, a trip to Paris)? By featuring in-depth interviews with women who have done it and figured it out, The Everygirl plans to answer all of these questions and more.
And because I'm sure some of you are wondering, let me state for the record, no - The Everygirl is not an online magazine. While Danielle and I both love and regularly read online magazines, we immediately realized that was not the most effective format for displaying the type of content we want to offer readers. In fact, I'm proud and excited to say it's an entirely new platform designed by Danielle and myself (I told you we've been working around the clock). And we'll continue to be working right through our holiday breaks until February 2012, when the site goes live!
Until then, be sure to sign up for our newsletter, and please follow along with The Everygirl on Facebook and Twitter! And we will see you all in February!