Category Archive: Lifestyle

For The Love Of Valentine

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‘Tis the season for red-colored petals and delectable packages of cocoa delight (chocolate truffles, anyone?!?!). The indulgence in material goods as a traditional and cultural cornerstone for showcasing affection and adoration is cyclical… Continue reading

Lifestyle Medicine: a NEW year of strategy and self

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Happy NEW year! With the re-emergence of our habitual routines, demanding schedules, and social calendars, it is hard to believe that we have already completed the first month of 2017. With a blink… Continue reading

Dove: The Beauty Legacy a Mother Leaves Behind

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In their recent short film Legacy, out of Ogilvy Paris, Dove aims to educate mothers on the effects their low physical self-confidence has on their young daughters. In the Legacy video, Dove asked… 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

WiLab Loves: U.S. Ebola Patients Safely Discharged And Reunited With Families Thanks To Healthcare Innovation

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The Ebola outbreak stemming from West Africa has had the whole world nervous — understandably so, because the disease has a high mortality rate and, up until now, was considered to have no foreseeable… Continue reading

Notes on the Renaissance of Women

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This storm of endless thoughts and ceaseless pounding of my heart has left me craving a pen, a computer, something all morning. Something to let me release this craze of emotion that has… Continue reading

Well-being: a habitually dissatisfied tradition?

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As we make our way towards another year end, we are presented with an idyllic time for reflection, correction, and jubilation. As we reflect on the triumphs and tribulations, successes and failures, and… Continue reading

The Guide to Parenting Perfection

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  Having children is a wonderful, beautiful thing.  We are blessed with these interesting, complicated, loving little humans and are lucky enough to have been chosen to raise them.  Every day is an… Continue reading

Meet My Friend, Anxiety

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I have an unwelcome friend. It is a silent demon that only I can feel. Sometimes it falls asleep and I can feel my soul taking a deep breath. No matter how long… 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