Monthly Archive: February, 2015

The Pocket Guide: A Homemade Tea to Get You Through the End of Winter

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I don’t know about you, but I’m over this winter. We had the holiday cheer, cozy fires, and first dustings of snow. It was wonderful, as those things always are. And then real… Continue reading

Dove and Twitter Team Up to Address Hateful Tweets About Beauty on Oscar Night Will Women #SpeakBeautiful?

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Can Dove help change what Coke couldn’t? Coca-Cola didn’t have much success turning nasty tweets into nice ones as part of its Super Bowl campaign. But now, Dove—in partnership with Twitter itself—will try… Continue reading

My Break-Up Letter to Winter

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Winter, I normally love you. We have had some fun over the years, some great memories have been made.  You are typically favorite season mainly due to the fact that I don’t have… Continue reading

Back on Track Green Smoothie

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Did you have too much chocolate and wine over the weekend or is this cold winter weather leading you to overindulge? Here is my favorite Green Smoothie recipe that makes me feel detoxed, replenished,… Continue reading

Advice from Greater Boston’s Top Female Entrepreneurs

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Be bold, resourceful, and visionary. Always network. Build relationships. And find the right talent. Those were some of many themes ringing from Thursday’s special “Leading Women Entrepreneurs” panel discussion – the latest in… Continue reading

3 Essentials to Hosting a Book Club

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Last week I discussed how book clubs are thriving and ways in which you can start your own. Check out my post for tips on starting a book club of your own. If… Continue reading

Sheryl Sandberg and Speaking Up in the Workplace

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Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant have been authoring a four part series for the NY Times called Women at Work and it’s been eye opening to say the least. If you’re familiar with Sheryl,… Continue reading

Inspired Reads: Roxane Gay’s “Bad Feminist”

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Author’s Note: This post is part of an ongoing series, “Inspired Reads,” focused on books about inspiring women, feminism, women in media, and issues facing women in contemporary culture. For next time, I’ll… Continue reading

5 Tips for Building a Professional Network Online

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In today’s web-driven society, it is safe to say that most people agree it is important to have an online presence. While an online profile is commonly used to maintain a social network,… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: I Fell In Love With A Dying Woman

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Note from the Founders: This is a tribute to Carly Hughes, a dear friend of ours, who we were able to work with and build an unforgettable friendship with in her last few… Continue reading