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31 days of living free: five tips for authentic networking (and a minted giveaway)

I spent two years hustling as a newspaper journalist, writing and editing a daily business networking page in our metro paper’s business section. I lugged my laptop and notebooks across downtown to morning coffees and lunch-and-learns and late night galas, zipping from … Continue reading

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31 days of living free: behind the scenes of a working mom

Living free: What does it mean, really? How can we really be women who live free when our hearts and our work and our homes weave us into sticky webs that can be so tricky to navigate? I’m so, so thrilled to … Continue reading

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31 days of living free: being stay at home mom makes me happy…and sad

Sometimes, I like to dust off my resume. When I’m in the trenches of dirty diapers and toddler tantrums, doing my best mommy warrior call, I drift off into the life I used to know. The life of deadlines and … Continue reading

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sharing a sweet future

As a magazine journalism major, I had big dreams about changing the world with my words. While there was a side of me that had stars in my eyes for glamorous glossies, the other part of my heart was torn … Continue reading

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i’m not a blogger.

Without fail, at the onset of each new year I half-commit to rejoining the blogosphere. My vision is glorious: The blog will be beautiful. It’ll feature witty banter and the pull-at-your-heartstrings type of stuff that makes commenters go “LOL” but also “AWW.” It’ll give snapshots into my life without … Continue reading

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i'm not a blogger.

Without fail, at the onset of each new year I half-commit to rejoining the blogosphere. My vision is glorious: The blog will be beautiful. It’ll feature witty banter and the pull-at-your-heartstrings type of stuff that makes commenters go “LOL” but also “AWW.” It’ll give snapshots into my life without … Continue reading

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MSNBC’S Martin Bashir on journalism’s pursuit of truth

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