There are many milestones that change who we are: college, first job, marriage, and of course, becoming a parent. In most of these cases, we grow.
But, I’ve seen something very strange and interesting happen to the women I know with babies and young children — and as a self-aware mom of a three-year-old, I [...]
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Time-pressed. Tech-savvy. Multi-tasker. Confident. Overextended. Ambitious. Weary of advertising. Socially-conscious. Individualistic. Creative.
These are the many layers of the Gen Y woman.
Gen Y women, sometimes referred to as Millenials or Echo Boomers, are defined as being born between the mid 1970s and the early 1990s. Gen Yers make up about 20% percent of the population – [...]
Motivating…That summarizes the NY Women in Communications Matrix Awards luncheon yesterday. After a weekend where my 14-year-old cat died (as my daughter and her friend were trying to play with him), I sprained my ankle tripping over my kids shoes in the front hall (they never clean them up), I discovered my son’s missing [...]
I can still remember my first book club experience like it was yesterday. The anticipation. The careful notes I took on character development, plot, and style. The fear I had that I might have missed some significant symbolism and would be ostracized by this serious group of readers.
So, you can imagine my surprise—and dare I [...]