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Learn What You Don’t Know: What an “Hour of Code” Means to the Rest of Us
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Learn What You Don’t Know: What an “Hour of Code” Means to the Rest of Us

by Shannon Bloemker You don’t have to be an expert at everything. Really. As professional women, we certainly understand that it’s important to acquire new skills and broaden our understanding of the areas that are most important to us. Still, there are only so many hours in the day, so […]

Introducing our ‘Ask Gretchen’ Column
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Introducing our ‘Ask Gretchen’ Column

It gives me great pleasure to introduce to our readers our newest channel “Ask Gretchen” #AskGretchen – featuring our newest editor Gretchen Hydo. Let me tell you a little bit about her: Engaging, interactive, and knowledgeable, Gretchen Hydo is a certified life and business coach, who offers fresh perspectives on […]

National Guide Dog Month: Natural Balance Presents the Top Human-Canine Teams Who Make Us Believe
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National Guide Dog Month: Natural Balance Presents the Top Human-Canine Teams Who Make Us Believe

Have you ever seen a visually impaired person in public and didn’t know how to react, or felt awkward? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to ‘see’ through the eyes of their guide dog? Guide dogs provide a social bridge, opening a world of possibilities for friendship and human connection, all while […]

Girls Entrepreneurship Program Tackles Perception of Rude Bostonians
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Girls Entrepreneurship Program Tackles Perception of Rude Bostonians

For the past week, Boston youth have been focused on revising Boston’s public image. These young women are participants in the GoGirls Entrepreneurship Program. For their community project, students focused on Boston’s bad social rep. In response to the city being rated by Travel + Leisure Magazine as the 5th […]