Monthly Archive: June, 2015

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

GF GIRL NEXT DOOR: Two Inspirational Women: Diana Rodgers and Melissa Hartwig

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The month of May was all about food education. I attended two different events where I had the opportunity to hear inspirational women speak about their lifestyles and how they’ve found a balance between eating… Continue reading

Meet Harvard entrepreneur: Elsa Sze, CEO and founder of Agora

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Women’s iLab celebrates Harvard University, Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School for being leaders in education for developing female founders and gender-equal companies through our Harvard Entrepreneur column.  Elsa Sze is CEO… Continue reading

Your Guide to this year’s Northside Festival in Williamsburg

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Northside Festival is back for its seventh year at McCarren Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The festival has a SxSW-esque format, hosting more than 450 bands in music, 150 speakers in innovation, and 50… Continue reading

Women Who Accomplished Amazing Things in Older Age

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It is easy to get caught up in our culture’s idea that it is important to be “forever young”, and that you can’t do certain things after you get too old. Below read… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: Making Your Clothing More Versatile

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Five days a week + 8(ish) hours per day = too many hours in ‘business casual’ attire. Any rational person who sets a shopping budget for themselves could justify dedicating 5/7 of that… Continue reading

How Being Problem-Obsessed Can Grow Your Company

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Sam Hysell is a Partner at Known Unknowns, a company that helps organizations successfully innovate through customer understanding and principles of the lean startup model. He’s led workshops for hundreds of new product teams… Continue reading

A Story About Believing

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This is the finale of a three-part story inspired by my family’s journey to the United States in the 1970’s. Please share your thoughts below – would love to hear from you!  Ann Arbor, MI… Continue reading

Take Care of Your Gut

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The Importance of Good Digestion Did you know that your digestion system is 70% of your immune system? It contains the same chemicals that are produced in the brain and holds 10x more… Continue reading