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“With the pace of our work and our lives increasing at lightning speed, we are not only losing our effectiveness, but ourselves.” Is the quote above from a meditating monk?  A stereotypical senior citizen longing for a simpler time?  No.  … Continue reading

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In a recent article in The Atlantic, Anne-Marie Slaughter describes her own experience of stepping down from a high-level State Department position to teach at Princeton and spend more time with her children. In the process, she came to an … Continue reading

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People who are willing to be themselves are inspiring.  I’m lookin’ at you, proprietor of the Angermeyer Inn in the Galapagos. The office will get by without my brilliance if I go somewhere for a week without e-mail access and … Continue reading

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I’ve tried to be a good mother for the last 19 years. Of course, I, like all reflective adults responsible for parenting people aged 13-20, question myself.  In my opinion, teenagers are harder work than “work.” But I’m truly doing … Continue reading

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