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Why This Working Mom Agrees with Mayer’s ‘No Work from Home’ Policy

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Editor’s note: The following is an anonymous guest post from a working mom of one child. She shares her personal views on the recent discussions of working from home and Marissa Mayer’s ban on telecommuting for Yahoo employees. Last week, when I heard Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer was going to put a ban on telecommuting, […]

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Marissa Mayer & Yahoo Send a Clear (Negative) Message to Employees & Working Parents

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News of Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer, eliminating workplace flexibility and forcing all employees to work in the office (even those that were already telecommuting) hit the Internet this past weekend with much backlash. Many people felt her decision negatively affects working parents and destroys chances of moving forward with modern workplace policies. In a time […]

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What’s for Dinner? Getting Back to Menu Planning (Plus a Sample Dinner Menu Plan)

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I’ve started menu planning again and love how it’s working out. To be honest, I have no idea why I ever stopped! It’s been great to know what dinner is going to be each night, and has helped with grocery shopping, pre-planning, and even precooking since I can see what the whole week (in regards […]

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Reducing the Clutter for 2013: Reorganizing My Home Office Space

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With 2013 being the year of change, streamlining, and lessening the chaos, I have been throwing out, donating, and reducing items in our household little by little. Nothing major – simple, yet effective decluttering is how I’ve been going about it. For example, as I’m washing and folding laundry, if I notice that some items […]

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Traveling: The Good and The Bad

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Three weeks of travel can certainly throw you for a loop. One one hand, I was able to attend two conferences and attend a brand event, so business-wise, they were good trips. On the other hand, I’m internally off-balance after traveling three weeks in a row. Good and bad. There were plenty of good things […]

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