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Mar26
Countdown to Investor Meetings

Countdown to Investor Meetings

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So where have I been? Stuck at my desk working away and being mom. That’s about it. Sorry guys. I’m starting to sound like a broken record about not posting. But I have been working furiously on finalizing the Alpha Mom business plan, financial projections, investor presentation, and the new website prototype. All of these […]

Feb13
What to Wear: Dream Job Interview

What to Wear: Dream Job Interview

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Hi Amy! I just been asked to interview for an internship I’ve been dreaming about, so naturally that means that I have officially started the process of totally freaking out in a major way. I have to sort out writing samples and references and figure out the best way to avoid sounding completely incoherent and […]

Jan25

News flash: women like money, don’t hate their bodies enough

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Women’s Day magazine and AOL Body (is that a thing, AOL Body? A place people go?) conducted a poll, you guys! A poll! It was on the Inarnet, I think it’s called, and women were asked, would they rather have Jennifer Aniston’s body or a million dollars? You. Are not. Going to believe. What most. […]

Jan18

Not About My Hair: Depression & Hospitalization & Work

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Dear Wise and Wonderful Amalah, I’ve written to you before about hair and skin and the like, but this time I have a question that may actually mean something. I’ve been following your blog for a while, and I remember when you had problems with depression. I always respect, and almost always agree with your […]

Jan14
What I Wore: Company Holiday Party

What I Wore: Company Holiday Party

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So after the flurry of cocktail-dress discussions, I’ve gotten a couple emails asking to see pictures of MY little black dress. Which has not been outside of the back of my closet since January 2006. That was the last time Jason’s company threw a big employee holiday party. This year, however, Jason started a new […]

Jan11

The tracks of Hillary’s tears

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I have to confess that whenever I consider writing about the presidential campaign, I get nervous. I’m worried that my ignorance will show itself, that I’ll get some detail terribly wrong and my readers will sniff, “Excuse me, Ms. Bradley, but if you read a newspaper or knew how to turn on a television you’d […]

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