You may have a bunch of Memorandums cluttering your inbox- but this is the one and only Momorandum, and thereby the one you will most certainly want to open it first. Think of it as the personal assistant you’ve wanted to hire who dedicates herself to unearthing the best nuggets of information and inspiration that might make your life as an Executive Mom a little easier. From the fundamental to the frivolous, from serious services to handy hints, over time our mix of Momorandums is curated to speak to all of the many, multifaceted interest points that are uniquely ours.

Member Spotlight – Molly Morse Limmer

Posted on July 28, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

Quick Career Description:    I’m the Vice President, Specialist Head of Department of Antiquities at Christie’s (Antiquities includes Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern ancient art from pre-history through 1000 A.D.)   The More-Than-One-Line Career Description:    I was a.

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Posted on July 21, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

There might not be a more perennial topic of interest for executive moms than that of work flexibility.  We’ve gotten some great stats and anecdotes from you in the past on Getting Flexible, which you might enjoy (re)reading.  For this.

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Curtain Call

Posted on July 1, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

  Do you remember the first time your parents brought you to the theatre as a child?  (For us, it was to see “The King and I” with Yul Brynner on Broadway, back when you actually got dressed up to.

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Member Spotlight – Sarianne Gruber

Posted on June 23, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

For our new Executive Moms Member Spotlight, we are pleased to introduce you to healthcare executive, consulting entrepreneur, and newly minted blogger Sarianne Gruber of North Brunswick, New Jersey: Quick Career Description:    I started my own consulting practice, SG.

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Happy Campers

Posted on June 16, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

For some parents, the rite of passage of sending a child away for a camp experience prompts unadulterated excitement (“they’ll love it… and oh, the freedom we’ll have!”) while for others (i.e. certain people composing this Momorandum) there is no.

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Who’s the Bossypants

Posted on June 9, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

If you’ve read Tina Fey’s recent and now bestselling book Bossypants (which we just did – at frightening hours on a dimmed iPad – but that’s another story), you will know that she abhors the idea of being held up.

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Computer Compact

Posted on May 19, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

Having a digital career not withstanding, it was with some trepidation that we allowed our oldest child to graduate to higher level internet access, complete with her own email address.  The unexpected parental reward: funny little emails from her replete.

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Hangers On

Posted on May 5, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

Spring, it would seem (at least on certain days) is finally here… and surely this takes your thoughts to spring – cleaning – of your closets.  No?  Actually, when viewed as rationale for creating the room to accommodate new spring.

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Photogenic Phones

Posted on April 23, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

Have you heard that the new “Soccer Mom” is the “iPhone Mom?”(And if this is so, imagine the implications for what would then be rightly called the “iPhone Executive Mom”)?  As Apple’s products gain deeper penetration among moms given their.

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Posted on March 31, 2011, in Momorandums, with 0 Comments

This Momorandum is Sponsored by Gate Hill Day Camp If you need any evidence of the full colonization of Facebook by adults with kids of their own, consider that Facebook’s annual peak of photo uploads is Halloween (as we all.

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