Monthly Archive: December, 2014

A Startup Dictionary for Beginners

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Before I even knew what a “startup” was, I wound up working for one. Admittedly, I had been an intern for over a month before I realized that the company I was working… Continue reading

Inspired Reads: Amy Poehler’s Memoir, “Yes Please”

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Author’s Note: This post is the first in a monthly series, “Inspired Reads,” where I’ll be reviewing a book focused around themes of inspiring women, feminism, women in media, and issues facing women… Continue reading

A Health & Lifestyle Coach’s Guide through the Holidays

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With the Holiday Season in full swing and the year coming to a close, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to sit down and talk to a new close friend of… Continue reading

Interviewing at a Startup: How to Dress to Showcase your Skills

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Startup companies are known for their relaxed rules with regards to work attire. In fact, casual dress code is often considered a major perk of working for a startup. However, when it comes… Continue reading

The Pocket Guide Reviews: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

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All the Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr’s recently published WWII novel, has been cropping up on what feels like every “Best Books of 2014” list around. From the New York Times to… Continue reading

Call It Supper: The Cranberrye Harvest

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This time of year brings about lots of holiday gatherings. One quick way to make your soiree stand out from the crowd is to have a signature cocktail. Therefore, at Call It Supper… Continue reading

Beyond Machu Picchu: Peru Travel Guide

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I recently returned from the incredible country of Peru. My mother’s family is from Brasil, and so I’m quite familiar with the largest country in Latin America. However, I wanted to explore another… Continue reading

MA Conference for Women: Why Hillary Clinton is the most influential woman of our time.

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After attending the MA Conference for Women in Boston last Thursday, December 4th, it took me some time to process what I had just experienced. In a sea of over 10,000 women, how… Continue reading

Realizing the Consulting Dream: Success Tips from Female Execs

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Three female executives talk about how to embark on a consulting career and how to be successful in it. Last Wednesday Consultant Lounge hosted their annual networking event for women in consulting at… Continue reading

Dress Like the Boss: Shirley Chen’s Business-With-an-Edge Basics

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  Shirley Chen, the founder of BAM, a forthcoming, real-time bidding platform that connects luxury fashion and beauty brands with editorial opportunities, has a polished aesthetic that reflects her supremely organized mind. And… Continue reading