Alexandra Hayes

Audience Engagement Editor

Alexandra Hayes is the audience engagement editor at Thrive Global. Prior to joining Thrive, she was a middle school reading teacher in Canarsie, Brooklyn. In her free time, she enjoys writing fiction, perfecting her own version of Bucatini all'Amatriciana, and talking with her partner about nothing, and everything. She hopes to soon have a bulldog named Rigatoni (Toni for short).
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The Valuable Life Lessons We All Need from Season Two of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

by Alexandra Hayes
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What Jennifer Aniston Can Teach Us About Living a Truly Joyful Life

by Alexandra Hayes
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Meghan Markle and Michelle Obama Reportedly Had a “Power Meeting.” Here’s Why That’s Important.

by Alexandra Hayes
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How to Get Through Hosting Your Own Holiday Party Without Losing Your Mind

by Alexandra Hayes
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Exactly What to Do If You Cry In Front of Your Boss

by Alexandra Hayes
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Thrive Diary: Fitness Entrepreneur Anna Victoria Shares Her Journey From Fast Food Addict to 1.3 Million Followers

by Alexandra Hayes
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Jim Carrey’s New Show ‘Kidding’ Focuses on Your Greatest Fear

by Alexandra Hayes
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7 Women Over 40 Share the Advice They’d Give Their 20-Year-Old Selves

by Alexandra Hayes
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The Problem With Rihanna’s Advice to Her Younger Self

by Alexandra Hayes
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12 People Describe Parenting in 5 Words or Less

by Alexandra Hayes
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5 Communication Pitfalls That Are Preventing People From Really Hearing What You’re Trying to Say

by Alexandra Hayes
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4 Bedtime Habits to Embrace If You’re in a Relationship

by Alexandra Hayes
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Are You a Jerk For Not Acknowledging When Someone Sends You a Thank You Note?

by Alexandra Hayes
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Stop Apologizing for Your Decisions

by Alexandra Hayes
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Children Are The Invisible Victims of America’s Incarceration Problem

by Alexandra Hayes
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Yes, You Can Recover from Depression. I Know Because I Did.

by Alexandra Hayes
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Doctors Get Real About Burnout in Medicine

by Alexandra Hayes
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Bo Burnham’s “Eighth Grade” Is a Poignant Example of What It Means to be Anxious

by Alexandra Hayes
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Do Yourself a Favor and Read One of These Thoughtful Books

by Alexandra Hayes
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Yale and Stanford Psychologists Say “Follow Your Passion” is Bad Advice

by Alexandra Hayes
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A Conversation on Burnout in Medicine

by Alexandra Hayes
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When I Was 15 and Depressed, It Would Have Been Hard to Call a Hotline

by Alexandra Hayes
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Dear Rachel Maddow, You Don’t Need To Apologize for Crying at Work

by Alexandra Hayes

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