Monthly Archive: June, 2015

Dear Future You: What Would You Write?

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Long ago are the days spent pouring my heart out in my diary. Once my little sister got her sticky fingers on mine and broke the lock, I vowed to never write in… Continue reading

The Reality of Maternity Leave (or Lack Thereof)

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I cannot believe I am here again. I am currently expecting my 2nd child. After the birth of my first child, the main reason why I left my well-paying job in Boston with excellent… Continue reading

How to Judge a Startup’s Shot at Success

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Thinking of going early-stage? It’s certainly not a decision to be taken lightly. Working for a young, perhaps bootstrapped company, you need to be prepared to take on a significant amount of responsibility with minimum… Continue reading

5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Online Image

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Whether potential employers acknowledge it or not, their hiring judgements aren’t based on merits alone. We live in an increasingly visual world, and we are programmed to make decisions based on whether or… Continue reading

Women take centre stage at Apple conference as company pushes diversity

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It wasn’t the ground breaking new technology that was making the headlines at Apples annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), it was the women presenting them. Jennifer Bailey, Vice President of Internet services, and… Continue reading

Your iPhone Will Soon Have Reproductive Tracking

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In addition to metrics such as calorie intake, weight and heart rate, Apple announced on Monday that when the iOS9 update deploys this fall, women will now be able to utilize the Health… Continue reading

Join Us! Pilates With Purpose and Women’s iLab Partner to Bring Opportunity to Children

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What better way to spend a weekday night than exercising, networking, and giving back to an amazing cause? Pilates With Purpose: Move, Give, Connect is a monthly event that incorporates all three of these… Continue reading

Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, Reflects on Grief in a Moving Post

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Thirty days after the death of her husband, Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, took to her company’s platform and shared a compelling essay about her mourning experience. With over 1.6 million followers, Sandberg’s… Continue reading

It’s a (Wo)man’s World Music Artist Feature: Reva DeVito

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Each month, I will feature a talented female music artist who is not very well- known in the music industry. Although we have women like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Taylor Swift dominating the Top… Continue reading

Recipe: Almond Joy Heaven

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Craving something sweet for breakfast or looking for a healthier alternative for dessert? Try this amazing Almond Joy Chia Pudding. Feel free to sub out the almonds for berries or another fruit or… Continue reading