Tag Archive: Boston

Artwork That Inspires Strength For Abuse Survivors

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When you think of hero do you think of a sports player? A firefighter? Or maybe a soldier? This week, when I think of a hero, I think about the child abuse survivors… Continue reading

Health: more than just bananas and treadmills

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Health-good health that is- is often defined by a few known practices markedly constructing our thoughts and actions into being to provide an almost translucent pathway to well-being.  While incorporating 30 minutes of… Continue reading

5 Reasons Why the City of Boston is Great for College Students

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It’s that time of the year, students all over the country will soon be choosing where to attend college or university, a significant decision considering you’ll be spending years of your life at… Continue reading

Check out These 4th of July Events in Boston

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The 4th of July is the most important American holiday, because it’s the day we celebrate our anniversary of freedom. No matter what your stance is on politics or the current state of our… Continue reading

The New Age of Farming

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“Grow Food Anywhere” is Freight Farms’ motto, and it turns out that they may be on to something. I attended Collision Conference last week, where I was able to speak with a number… Continue reading

Life Lessons from the 2015 Boston Marathon Runners

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This year was the 119th marathon, but it was my first time ever attending the race. I couldn’t believe the amount of people who came to support the contestants, or that any one… Continue reading

How One Woman Uses YouTube to Make a Living and a Difference

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YouTube was founded in 2005 for users to create, share, and watch videos. Since then, the site has exploded will all sorts of videos from documentaries, to interviews, to funny clips of cats.… Continue reading

Women in Boston Pick Up Their Boxing Gloves to Fight for Opportunity

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Whenever you mix the perseverance of athletes and the ambition of philanthropists together, you are sure to end up with amazing results. On January 22, 2015, ambitious women from Boston’s tech scene came together for a… 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

My Break-Up Letter to Winter

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Winter, I normally love you. We have had some fun over the years, some great memories have been made.  You are typically favorite season mainly due to the fact that I don’t have… Continue reading