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Thank you RT Book Reviews for this wonderful review of THE SUBWAY GIRLS!! (pre-order link in comments, if that's your thing 🙂 ) ... See MoreSee Less

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Today on Balance Project Tuesday: author Allison Landa. Back in February, I read Allison’s honest and poignant essay in HuffPost (link in comments) and reached out to ask her to participate in The Balance Project. I’m happy to share her interview with you today (wp.me/p9d19t-1hA). Read about her thoughts on balance, her husband’s perfect advice, and her favorite book recommendations. "No one can have everything they want. It’s impossible statistically, resource-wise, and by the decree of some god whose ass I’d like to kick. That said, I certainly think you can have all of what’s important to you if you really get realistic about defining what it is you want. For me, that entails a creative career, a robust and satisfying family life, fantastic friends, and rich adventures. Lots of coffee and chocolate, too.” ... See MoreSee Less

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Book lovers: Check out these wonderful new releases by Kristy Woodson Harvey Catherine McKenzie and Steena Holmes. Quite a lineup of #mustreads! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you so much Camille Di Maio for this wonderful YouTube book review of THE SUBWAY GIRLS!!One of my favorite things about reading and writing historical fiction is learning about nuggets in history that I never heard of in a textbook. One great ex... ... See MoreSee Less

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Today on Balance Project Tuesday: Illana Raia, founder of @etregirls. Read her interview (wp.me/p9d19t-1hc) to see the best advice she’s heard on balance, her amazing(!) list of favorite books, the incredible organization she built for middle school girls, and other thoughts on balance including this one: "I think having it all means different things at different points in our lives. In my early career I worked all the time….there were nights I slept under my desk. And I was deliriously happy—I had it all! Then when I stayed home while my kids were small, I was certain that, in a different way, I again had it all. I think we have to be clear-eyed about what sacrifices are required and which opportunities we seize, but yes—I think having it all is realistic. And extremely individual.” ... See MoreSee Less

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Hey @NFL, @NHL, @NBA - Do you also tell your players to be "sweet" to fans who harass them at work? Didn't think so. It's time to protect ALL of your athletes. #TIMESUP https://t.co/qIbhvaXPr5

Today on The Balance Project: author @allisonlanda discussing balance, books, and the best advice she's ever heard on balance (you'll like her husband's!). https://t.co/Iro8yuf2Ts #worklife

The wage gap is complex: We devalue jobs that we've feminized. We make it hard for mothers to stay in the workforce full time. We penalize women who speak out and ask for more. So in order to create a world that truly values women, we must first address our values. #EqualPayDay