Category Archive: Business & Career

The Easy New Way To Get Your News Each Morning

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How do you get your news fix? In our lives of instant gratification, many of us turn to social media to read Facebook posts or tweets for breaking news coverage. Long gone are… Continue reading

Positive Parenting this Winter: Keep Sick Kids at Home

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Winter Woes. With all the recent snow in the Northeast, it is not easy being a career mama and trying to get to and from work, manage school closings and then on top… Continue reading

AOL Brand CEO Steps Down To Run Venture Fund For Women-Led Startups

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AOL announced that Susan Lyne will relinquish her role as CEO of the company’s brand group to lead AOL’s newly established BBG Fund focused on early-stage investments in women-led consumer Internet start-ups. “As… Continue reading

‘Innovation Women’ Is Changing The Way We Conference

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I used to avoid the events targeting female entrepreneurs, the women power roundtables, the Girl Geek events. I wanted my events diverse and all too often the events targeting women were smaller, too… Continue reading

#TashiTalk: Five Savvy Tips That Will Change The Way You Business Travel

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Having traveled two continents for work over the past year, there are some things I could never leave home without. As you travel this summer, take a look at some of my essentials:… Continue reading

Tired of Traditional Networking? 4 Networking-Disruptor Communities for Millennial Women

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Networking can be a love-hate relationship. Sometimes my level of motivation to attend a networking event is similar to laundry day, part of my weekly checklist of obligatory household chores. Whether your job… Continue reading

Navigating the Application Process: Tips from a First-Year MBA

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As I write this blog post, I can’t help but think back to this time last year.  I was frantically studying for the GMAT, and was living and dying on the result of… Continue reading

Hiring a Working Mom, Myth vs. Reality

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We often wonder, how did working mothers get the reputation for being unreliable?  A simple answer to this question is; too many assumptions!  With an increasing amount of moms in the workforce today, these… Continue reading

One Stiletto at a Time

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Apparently I have been wrong my entire life. I felt my cheeks start to blush when Anna Wintour, the Editor in Chief of the American Vogue, stated that no outfit should be head-to-toe… Continue reading

Together We Stand: How Do You Complete, Not Compete?

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Whether you are a male or female, most of us wish we could own our own business or be the CEO of a large company. For some, this dream comes true and for… Continue reading