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Showing Up

October 11, 2016

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Last month, my high school class celebrated its 20 year reunion. Someone created a Facebook group for us all and there were a bunch of pictures posted from those days. Pictures of teenagers with crazy, frizzed-out hair and plaid flannels and almost painfully insecure postures. Pictures of athletes and clubs and social gatherings in the […]

Keeping it Real Love

November 9, 2014

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My son, the tiny human being I gave birth to yesterday, just turned 3. His birthday party was insane. 40 people showed up. We decided to have it at a historic train museum and it was an unseasonably cold 45 degrees. There were crazy wind gusts that blew brightly colored leaves everywhere but the kids […]

Integrity

June 20, 2014

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This week, I narrowly averted a professional, and potentially personal, scandal. {Thank you, thank you, Body Compass. Thank you, intuition.} Lest you think I’m being melodramatic to reel you into reading this post, fear not. The fraudulent happenings I’m about to describe are worthy of a Jackie Collins novel. Since January, I’ve been interviewing at different companies, trying to […]