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It’s about time – and how we use it

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If someone told you now that you have more leisure time than ever, would you believe them? Or would you, as working mother Brigid Schulte did, want to say, "You are out of your flipping mind!" A time-use researcher told her in 2010 that Americans have 30 more hours of leisure time a week than they did 20 years ago. That's not what it felt like to Schulte at the time she interviewed John Robinson for The Washington Post Magazine. "You have no idea what it feels like," she w... Read More

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A stir about work-life balance

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In the eternal conversation about work-life balance, the Harvard Business Review this month introduces a new round with its cover story, "Manage Your Work, Manage Your Life." Essentially, senior executives, most of whom are men, do this better. Jessica Grose responds in Slate magazine with a lament that we're still having this conversation in an era when the CEOs of GM, Yahoo and IBM - to name just a few - are female. "No matter how much power female executives have ac... Read More

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Champagne and champagne-inspired bubbly tell guests “it’s gonna be a party,” says Sofian Himeur of Gruet Winery.

There is just something special about a toast. Whether it’s a weeknight dinner with friends or a mil …

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE NOMINATIONS NOW CLOSED

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Nominations for the Making a Difference Award are now closed. Winners will be announced in the May 3 print edition of Sage magazine and on this website. Winners are to be honored at a luncheon April 24 featuring keynote speaker LaDonna Harris, founder of Americans for Indian Opportunity. About next year in 2015, the Making […]

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Souffled omelet elevates the egg

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Leaving aside anything made with powdered eggs (which don’t really count as eggs at all in my …