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Five Suggestions for Babyproofing Your Job Interview

In this Washington Post article from Masha Rumer, she recounts the challenges she faced returning to work after taking time off to raise her daughter. Once upon a time, I was a fan of job interviews. That all changed after I’d switched careers, had a baby and decided to spend the first year at home […]

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Take Your Parents to Work Day is November 4th!

Posted by Mary Ann Kelly Do your parents understand what you do for a living? Not really? According to LinkedIn, they’re in good company. Researchers discovered that 1 in 3 parents don’t understand their child’s job. So 4 years ago, the idea of bringing your parents to work was born. The annual event, called Bring In Your Parents Day, is […]

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"Be careful, small heart."

Greetings from Disney! I’m on vacation this week, but have time for a quick post before my family disowns me.   Remember Britta Alexander of Eat Media and the post about overcoming writer’s block? She has a couple more kids since we last talked to her (twins!) and a new book coaching business called Year […]

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Flipping the Switch

I was stuck in a rut and this is how I got out of it.   “I feel like I’m a B+ across the board. Work, you, the kids, training. I’m completely strained to keep everything afloat and I’m not doing any one thing well.”   That’s what I said my husband while we were […]

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The Priorities of a Working Parent

In response to our February 11th Sheryl Sandberg “Lean In” post, one Account Director recounts how her father balanced work, family and personal interests:   My father was a Rheumatologist. He had his own practice for many years and he worked very hard. No matter how busy his day or how much he struggled with […]

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Outside the 9-to-5: Coaching

We’re standing on the basketball court at the elementary school passing a ball of yarn and talking about gossip. Each time the ball is passed, one of the girls whispers some gossip: Maggie cheated on her math test. Jodie’s brother went to the principal’s office. Emily has a crush on Ted. Soon Coach Heidi, me […]

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