Archive for November, 2011

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

By Katherine Contributor You know the song right? I’m talking about the Christmas song that every time I hear it I can’t help but smile and sway back and forth. At the same time I’m swaying back and forth, though […]

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The Comforts Of A Break

By Tracy Managing Editor     This post is sponsored by Tempur-Pedic, the brand millions of owners trust to deliver their best night’s sleep every night. Enjoy our Buy 2, get

Toddler In The Office

By Brandee Contributor Sometimes things happen. You know, like you're trying to sell your house and there is a showing at 4pm, and your car is at the dealership


What’s The Payoff?

By Heather Guest Blogger from Simple Etiquette  and Geaux Baby I’ve been a lawyer for six years.  I’ve been a mom for almost 20 months.  I’ve been thinking about

Working With Style {Traveling Edition}

By Krista Contributor I'm traveling again.  For the third time in two months, I'm packing a bag, kissing my kids and husband goodbye and driving four hours to Philadelphia. 

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Christmas Shopping {Working Mom Edition}

By Jess Contributor I hate crowds.  I don't think I've ever hit a Black Friday sale, ever.  *Gasp! The horror!* My mom just wasn't into that stuff and despite the

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Working Mom Meals: CrockPot Beef Stroganoff

By Krista Contributor "Don't ever make another recipe of beef stroganoff," was the edict that came from my husband after I tried out this recipe I found on Pinterest a

Thankful for This

By Katherine Contributor Without being completely cliche and lame, I thought that in the spirit of Thanksgiving I'd share something I'm particularly thankful for this year. This Thanksgiving, I am

Social Media Head Explosion!

By Tracy Managing Editor To say that I’ve been busy lately, would be an understatement. It’s more like insane crazy ridiculously, and sometimes out of control busy.  After last

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Working Moms Need Sex Too

By Brandee Contributor I'm going to do that thing where I make you all uncomfortable for awhile. That is just sort of my calling in life; when there is

Feeling Guilty About Not Feeling Guilty

By Laura Guest Blogger from Not Just 9 to 5 I have mommy guilt.  I know, I know, who doesn’t, right?  I think all moms have mommy guilt about

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Working With Style {No Jeans Edition}

By Katherine Contributor If you've been following along with any of the style posts I've been doing over on my personal blog, you'll note that I wear jeans...a lot.


Life Flying By…

By Jess Contributor   Life has been busy lately.  Things have been going on and I've been taking them one day at a time.  So till I can get everything

Putting On A Happy Face

By Krista Contributor I remember a conversation with a coworker early in my career.  He was frustrated that after a grueling morning with two kids at home – think


Working Mom Confession

By Katherine Contributor Friends...I have a confession. One that I think may get me kicked out of the "working mom club." It may even be worse than the fact that I

Taking A Break

By Tracy Managing Editor This past Friday night, we started a new tradition in our household. I didn't realize it was going to be a tradition when the thought

Occupy This

By Sarah There are a lot of reasons why I have been paying attention to the Occupy movement these last few weeks.  Some of them include my liberal politics,

Working With Style {Leggings Edition)

By Brandee Contributor In the fall and winter, I like to add leggings and tights to my otherwise spring and summer clothes. I don't like to get swallowed up

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Almost Armageddon.

By Jess Contributor When I went back to work, I wasn't sure how pumping was going to go.  I never pumped with Ava.  I never even fed Ava more

TV Works for Me

By Brandee Contributor This is one of those very rare moments where I write something not laden with guilt or stress or feelings of inadequacy, which is odd considering

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