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#SocialParenting: Share Your Child’s Big Dream with Bright Horizons

#SocialParenting: Share Your Child’s Big Dream with Bright Horizons

This week, we’re discussing big dreams on the Bright Horizons social media channels. What’s your child’s big dream? What do they want to be when they grow up? Share with us! Join the conversation with Bright Horizons ...

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Work/Life Balance: Balance Does Not Mean Perfection

Work/Life Balance: Balance Does Not Mean Perfection

Every graduation season, I’m always excited to see which speech wins the unofficial award for graduation speech of the year–the one that manages to touch and inspire both the graduate and the graduate’s dad and ...

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Family Recipes: Homemade Baby Food – Sweet Potatoes, Spinach and Peas

Family Recipes: Homemade Baby Food – Sweet Potatoes, Spinach and Peas

Have you ever tried to make your own homemade baby food? Family Room blogger, Amy, has a great recipe for homemade baby food using sweet potatoes with spinach and peas. When her son was an infant, Amy liked ...

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Tips for Mindfulness in the Workplace

Tips for Mindfulness in the Workplace

Since the beginning of the year, I’ve seen a lot of resolutions to “be more present” (mine included), but what does that really mean? Mindfulness is a trending topic. In fact the Huffington Post recently ...

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Ban Bossy: Encouraging Girls to Take Charge

Ban Bossy: Encouraging Girls to Take Charge

Ever wonder why it is that “take charge” boys grow up to be men who become bosses, while “take charge” girls grow up to be women who become “bossy,” or worse? It’s the question at ...

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Working Parents: Making Time for Your Career

Working Parents: Making Time for Your Career

A few months back, I was lucky enough to attend the Massachusetts Conference for Women. The conference was local and only a day long however with lots of projects with tight timelines pending, I worried ...

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How to Ask for a Raise. Or Not.

How to Ask for a Raise. Or Not.

I seem to be bombarded lately with messages that say I should ask for a raise. The loudest is from my bank account it seems. But then again, my credit card bills seem to be ...

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Women, Working and Too Much Judgement

Women, Working and Too Much Judgement

Recently The New York Times revisited an article they did in 2003 on the “Opt Out Generation” (i.e. Women who “opted out” of work for staying home with their children) and it’s created quite a ...

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The Working Mom vs. Stay at Home Mom Debate

The Working Mom vs. Stay at Home Mom Debate

This CNN article, in semi response to Sheryl Sanberg’s book Lean In and the response in the New York Times, has been circulating around the blogosphere, not to mention the inboxes of all the bloggers ...

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Winning As a Working Mom

Winning As a Working Mom

I never made the choice to be a working mom. I also never sat down and did the math to figure out if I had to be a working mom. I just am a working ...

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