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Posted on March 27, 2014, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

Hi! My name is Erica Brown and I am 26 years old. I currently live in Massachusetts where I attended college to become an Accountant. I have been working for the past 3.5 years as a full-time accountant at a.

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10 Reasons Why Job Seekers Lose the Job Before the Interview Begins

Posted on March 22, 2012, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

You’ve spent weeks researching potential hiring companies, fine-tuning your résumé, and mentally preparing yourself for the interview challenge. You’ve quickly realized that the “dates” are not happening as often as they once did. Then an e-mail arrives from a Human.

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The Music of Motherhood

Posted on January 13, 2012, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

  Has anyone ever experienced that moment in motherhood where music has played a special role?  Whether it is soothing a baby, dancing with a toddler or connecting with an emerging adolescent, music has amazing power. I grew up in.

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Looking Good at Work: The Working Mom Penalty

Posted on November 3, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

  It’s no secret that working women can pay a tremendous price for motherhood, from lost wages while on maternity leave to being passed over for promotions. But a recent conversation with a working mom colleague triggered a question about.

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Working Mom CEOs: Why It’s Ok To Be A Workable

Posted on September 30, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

When Carol Bartz was fired from her role as CEO of Yahoo, it made headlines. Why?  CEOs are fired regularly.  But her dismissal was dramatic.  And, she is a woman.  Women currently hold only 3% of CEO positions in fortune 500.

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What I Learned at BlogHer ’11

Posted on August 15, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

Last week I attended the annual BlogHer Conference fir the second time. For me, BlogHer 10 was all about being pregnant and packing for my first blog conference…until I got there and realized there was so much more too it. From BlogHer Business to the expo.

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The Imposter Syndrome – Why Working Moms Fear Being Found Out

Posted on July 12, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

 Why do working mothers impose such pressure on themselves to be perfect?  I recently had dinner with my best friend from high school, an amazing mother who works in PR and balances work-family masterfully.    I sat down to the table.

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What Does Good Look Like?

Posted on June 27, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

What does good look like? This is probably the most confounding question for a working mom. There are so many public images of women doing it all, looking great and seemingly at peace with the world. Working motherhood isn’t really.

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Reliable, Affordable Childcare

Posted on May 5, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

Have you considered live-in Childcare? What is an au pair? Au pairs are enthusiastic, motivated young people from overseas who provide a great alternative to daycare centers or summer camps. In addition, your au pair will help your children keep.

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Career Fashionista: The Universal Wrap Dress–My Newfound Love for the Wardrobe Staple Every Woman Should Have in Her Closet

Posted on April 24, 2011, in Our Community Blog, with 0 Comments

When I think back to the 1970s, my memories are a mixed bag of “Charlie’s Angel,” the Son of Sam, gaucho pants, the New York City Blackout, feathered manes, and my disco king heartthrob, John Travolta. I suppose that as.

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