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5 Facts That Show What Life is Like for Working Caregivers

July is National Sandwich Generation month—a time to recognize the sacrifices made by those caring for young children and aging parents. Many of these men and women must also attempt to hold down a jo…

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Student Loans Hurt More Than Our Wallets

A recent Northwestern Medicine report shows that the debt of young adults takes a major toll on their physical and emotional well-being. The study, published in Social Science & Medicine, revea…

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Attract Work You Love Using Feng Shui

"Most people go to their graves with their music still inside them." -Oliver Wendell Holmes In feng shui, our career is integral to our life's journey. In this article I will show you how to locate…

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Can Women Have it All – Really?

Recently, I had a fascinating conversation about the concept that women can have it all. Ever since the women's movement of the 1970s, we have been told that we can have both professional fulfillment …

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9 Feng Shui Tips for Work

By Erica Sofrina, Author of Small Changes, Dynamic Results! Feng Shui for the Western World. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that if you love working in your office, you will spend…

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Are You Living The Dream?

In my world, it's the little things that remind me that I am, in fact, living the dream. It is the movie marathons and late night Scrabble games with my wife, making vegan pesto with basil from our hu…

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When Your Dreams Eat Your Plans For Lunch

It is disorienting to realize that the thing you were working so hard for was actually just something to keep you busy until your "real" thing came into being. That's what appears to have happened to …

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Do Working Moms Raise Healthier Kids?

If you’re a working mother like me, you may have noticed a few raised eyebrows from time to time. I was only five weeks postpartum when I had to go back to my work as an OB/GYN physician, and you’d ha…

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The legacy that mattered to Steve Jobs

I am still thinking about the premature death of Steve Jobs. Last night I watched the commencement address he gave to Stanford graduates in 2005. He said that every day he asked himself, “If this wer…

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Speak Your Truth In Business & ROCK Your Career

How many times have you bitten your tongue in a board meeting or muzzled yourself when your boss starts spouting off? How many times have you failed to speak up when you disagree with your business pa…

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