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About this blog: I'm a late thirties mother of a ten-year-old and infant twins. My family moved to Menlo Park 6 years ago from Virginia - where I grew up, went to college, got married, had my first born, and got an MBA (in that order). I'm a manag...  (More)

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Reinventing yourself at work
Mar 10, 2014 10:25 pm
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One of the topics we've discussed on this blog is how mothers make it worth their while to return to work after having children, particularly if their responsibilities... More
Where has our unstructured time gone?
Mar 5, 2014 7:26 pm
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Much has been made of the decline of unstructured time in our kids' lives. Around February... More
Stitch Fix
Feb 25, 2014 7:48 pm
Comments: 0 | Views: 9,090

Ever so occasionally, I'll write about a product or service I come across that delights me. I'm not paid to do this. I do it because I want to share cool things... More
My family reads the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
Feb 21, 2014 9:05 pm
Comments: 31 | Views: 15,505

I got home from work last night to find my husband uncommonly smiley last night. "What's up?" I asked. My eyes followed his to the coffee table. There it was in... More
A belated Valentine to Coach T
Feb 16, 2014 9:46 pm
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When we found out that I was expecting twins, my husband, Coach T, was shocked. I was surprised, but not exactly shocked. I had been living in my double pregnant... More
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