Monthly Archive: April, 2015

GF Girl Next Door: Going with your gut & Lemon, Apple, and Brussels Sprout Salad Recipe

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What I’m about to say can be applied to so many moments in your life, especially when it comes to your health: “Listen to your instincts, and go with your gut.” Learn from… Continue reading

The Spotlight is On: Women’s iLab Interview with Lauren Lockwood, Boston’s First-Ever Chief Digital Officer

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Women’s iLab is excited to introduce Lauren Lockwood, the City of Boston’s first-ever Chief Digital Officer. After graduating from Harvard’s School of Business, Lockwood knew she wanted to make a difference in the… Continue reading

To the Cruel Disease That Tried to Break Me: You Failed

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Dear Dysferlinopathy, I bet you thought you could break me. You came into my life after I graduated from college, an unwelcome visitor when I was just beginning to experience all the world… Continue reading

7 Minutes with Brianna Wu

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In the past six months, Brianna Wu has become a central figure and a loud voice against the harassment of women in the game sector, or more specifically GamerGate. #Gamergate started out as… Continue reading

One Step Forward in the Working Mama Revolution

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During a recent interview with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, journalist Rebecca Traister was joined by a guest: her newborn daughter!  While she spoke about the recent email controversy involving Hilary Clinton, her little bundle slept silently… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: Wearing Bright Colors in the Office

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It wasn’t until I purchased this bright pink blouse that I realized my wardrobe had been seriously lacking this bright hue! It’s a great color to usher in the springtime, even though it still feels like… Continue reading