Jamie Friedlander

Jamie Friedlander
Jamie Friedlander is a freelance writer based in Chicago and the former features editor of SUCCESS magazine. Her work has been published in The Cut, VICE, Inc., The Chicago Tribune and Business Insider, among other publications. When she's not writing, she can usually be found drinking matcha tea into excess, traveling somewhere new with her husband or surfing Etsy late into the night.

What I Learned About Myself After Sampling 6 Religions

By Jamie Friedlander | June 25, 2017

Will our agnostic editor’s spiritual flame be sparked?

11 Subtle Signs of Anxiety You Might Not Notice

By Jamie Friedlander | June 22, 2017

You could have anxiety and not even know it. Luckily, it’s easy to treat.

8 Tips for Being Authentic

By Jamie Friedlander | June 3, 2017

Don’t make these mistakes when launching your business.

Why My Husband and I Happily Sleep in Separate Beds

By Jamie Friedlander | May 23, 2017

Our relationship thrived once we began accepting our imperfections. 

4 Ways to Join the YouEconomy

By Jamie Friedlander | May 6, 2017

Work for the reasons you want and make as much money as you want. 

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11 Positive Words to Add to Your Vocabulary

By Jamie Friedlander | May 3, 2017

Some of the most fitting words to describe positive experiences and emotions don’t exist in the English language.

How Playing The Sims Taught Me to Really Live

By Jamie Friedlander | April 9, 2017

Who’s to say that managing a virtual me wouldn’t create positive change for real me?

How I Succeed in the YouEconomy

By Jamie Friedlander | April 4, 2017

These modern entrepreneurs left their traditional 9-to-5 jobs to work how they want, for the reasons they want, and to make as much money as they want.

How I Succeed in the YouEconomy: Crafting Freedom

By Jamie Friedlander | April 4, 2017

I don’t mind unpredictability. I kind of like not knowing what’s going to come next.

How I Succeed in the YouEconomy: Pedaling Joy

By Jamie Friedlander | April 4, 2017

Good things and bad things don’t happen. Things happen. It’s up to you to put your spin or your take on it.