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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jun 6
Sweden Finds a Simple Way to Improve New Mothers’ Health. It Involves Fathers.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jun 7
Instead of trying to balance work and life, ask yourself: What do you love? What do you loathe?
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Medium 23 Sep 15
“Silicon Valley’s Latest Innovation? Paternity Leave” by Lauren Smith Brody
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jun 8
Good stuff here: NY Times | : How to Be Mostly O.K. (and Occasionally Fantastic) at the Whole Working Mom Thing
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Work Life NYC May 29
Every summer I look forward to our shipment of Georgia peaches. Not this year.
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Work Life NYC May 20
Disgusting and absurd comment: Alabama congressman: "People who lead good lives" don't have preexisting conditions
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Work Life NYC May 5
The U.S. is the only industrialized country without paid parental leave. Why that could change soon
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Work Life NYC May 4
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP May 4
Marriage has come a long way...but today’s couples are mostly not there yet: What ‘Good’ Dads Get Away With
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Apr 26
Marriage has changed, but the most demanding workplaces often pressure partners into an imbalance they didn’t expect.
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Apr 13
Getting past the idea that passion is your only fuel. Baby steps work too. via
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Apr 7
20 Minute Contact with Nature Reduces Stress Hormone Cortisol - Neuroscience News
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New York Times Opinion Apr 7
We don’t treat one another well. And the truth is that 60 years of a hyper-individualistic first-mountain culture have weakened the bonds between people, writes David Brooks.
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Work Life NYC Apr 6
Are we hoping for more empty storefronts? Like Barnes & Noble, Duane Reade has gone from unwelcome chain to hometown place fighting to survive against online shopping. doesn’t get this
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Work Life NYC Feb 9
In my practice, complaints re the subway have risen exponentially on the past 10 years. Whatever the plan, the subway needs more money ASAP. Bringing Long Islanders to GCT was an absurd priority.
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Work Life NYC Jan 26
A big part of the answer would be high debt and income inequality don’t you think? Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work? ⁩ ⁦
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Work Life NYC Jan 26
A big part of the answer would be high and inequality, don’t you think?
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Michael Beschloss Dec 31
Future Times Square as it appeared in 1878:
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Jean Fitzpatrick LP Jan 5
Time for universal namaste to replace the handshake: Office etiquette for flu season via
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Work Life NYC Dec 29
Making Salary Information Public Helps Close the Gender Pay Gap
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