This year, for Mother's Day, Corporate Accountability International is joining forces with bloggers who are not 'Lovin' It' to ask them to stop marketing to children. I'm joining that chorus -- I'm Not Lovin' It. Are You?
A formula company and a nonprofit both want to empower moms and do away with judgment. Where will you stand? With a company with a huge marketing budget and shareholders who are highly vested in getting you on board? Or with a nonprofit that truly wants to help moms meet their own goals?
Last week, I was devastated to hear that more than 300 workers were killed when a factory collapsed in Bangladesh, just as I was devastated when more than 100 workers were killed in a factory fire last year. A lot of people are calling for a return to buying local and saying they will boycott "Made in Bangladesh". I don't think that is the answer. But what is?
During the six years from the start of my career until the birth of my first born, I had more than doubled my salary, had a great team working for me, and was respected by my managers, staff, clients, competitors and other people in my network. I had leaned in, and it had paid off.
Looking for an alternative to Rice Krispie Squares? Give these marble puffed quinoa squares a try. The kids will love them.