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How to make tough decisions

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It’s no secret, I’m a planner. A bone fide control freak. Don’t believe me, look at the cheeky passion in my eyes here. Before starting college, I remember sitting down and planning out my future. It was a long, detailed list that had big goals with intermediary steps all attached to specific dates. Although I tried, […]

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The 3 ingredients to create your crazy good life

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A couple of years ago, I attended a women’s networking group. It was a small group of mostly fresh grads as well as a few more seasoned professionals. As we saddled around our seats for our first meeting, the moderator announced our first topic of discussion: Can women have it all? Excited, several women jumped […]

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How to get your career baby ready?

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One of my daily pleasures is the walk the girls and I take to school, or nowadays to camp, in the mornings. Although getting them out the door is a physical challenge akin to an army obstacle course, the 3-block walk is usually blissful. It’s our time to talk. The girls always seem extra pensive […]

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How to stay professionally fit on mat leave

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I used to be physically fit. I spent a lot of time in the gym. I ran road races and even finished a half-marathon once. I did yoga and walked almost everywhere, even up stairs. I ran up until my sixth month of my first pregnancy and got back out there shortly after she was […]

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How to get daddy on duty from Day 1

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“I’m not your best friend.” Those were the words Frank said to me the other day. In our usual style, I quickly retorted, “No worries, you aren’t mine either.” And with that, we went back to watching TV. It was Friday night and I was watching one of my fav guilty pleasures – Say yes […]

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Do you struggle with mommy guilt? Watch this.

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Guilt. I have yet to meet a mama who hasn’t felt guilty about something at some point. It’s this constant companion that just won’t go away. It nags us about all the things we should be doing instead of the very thing we are doing. And, if you ignore it in the moment, it will […]

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