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BEING BRAVE EVEN WHEN YOU'RE AFRAID
Remember when you just went for it? When you literally dove into the deepest end with abandon? When fear wasn’t an option? The first episode of “How to Raise a Parent” explores how fear gets hardwired into adults while also proposing how to reclaim your bravery.
HOW WOMEN WON BETTER FAMILY LEAVE AT THE NEW YORK TIMES
We know the current state of family leave varies wildly and largely stinks. So it was promising to hear how a few determined women at the New York Times fought and transformed the paid leave policies at the storied institution, setting a real life example of being the change they wanted to see and getting s*** done.
CARING FOR AGING PARENTS
The focus of this Broadly Experience episode is “Working Daughters and Parent-Care” but the tough subject applies equally to sons and anyone else who is caring for a sick family member.
IT'S OK TO BE AVERAGE
Ooh. How. I. Love. This. In a sea of posts about women “killing it” and everyone and everything being “amazing” I often feel overwhelmed, annoyed and exhausted by this always sunny, go-for-it message.
WORKPLACES FOR MAMAS
We know most spaces are designed by men, for men, and the workplace is no exception. Offices have been created forever without considering the needs of working mothers (pump room in the facilities closet, much?) This episode of the Double Shift spotlights Nido, the nation’s first non-profit co-working space with an on-site Montessori preschool.