I’M READY…

Leaving my television news career has been a trial in careful self examination.  It has forced me to look closely at my goals, the motivation behind them, and put the last 8 years of my life under a microscope.  For many years I have been narrowly Read More
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WOMAN’S WORK: CAITLIN WILSON

There are those women who seem to have it all-- sweet, successful, beautiful, mothers, and regularly look gorgeous doing it all. Then there's everyone else. Interior and textile designer, Caitlin Wilson, is one of the former. But once you get to know Read More
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WOMAN’S WORK: BRIANA STEWART

Working from home isn't for wussies.  With an adventurous toddler at your ankles, a laptop balancing on your knees and Sesame Street playing in the background you try, unsuccessfully, to reply to a single email-- even a simple sentence.  And yet mother Read More
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MY “GLASS-BREAKING” JOB & WINNER ANNOUNCED

"You've missed the boat," he said flatly. At least it was as flat as his raspy, over-used, chronic smoker's voice could express tone. "He" was my news director, a silver-mullet-headed, rail thin, straight out of the 70's man with a constant half-eaten Read More
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WOMAN’S WORK: FRESHLY PICKED

Learning from the experiences of others is invaluable. Heartfelt, sincere advice from someone who has done what you want to do and is willing to share what they've learned is like striking gold. As a professional woman in a (very) cutthroat industry, Read More
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