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Thoughts on Traveling Light, and Grilled Fish with Warm Fresh Mango Salsa
(with a shoutout to Ilene , who knows what I'm talking about.) My parents may have been practiced globetrotters, but they weren't exactly light travelers. My memories of day trips to the Jersey Shore when I was growing up involve a full day's worth of plann...
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Perspective from the Frying Pan, Thoughts on Jill Abramson, and Oatmeal Crusted Trout with Pan-Fried Leeks
The Times was actually my major news source for morning headlines, after my NPR listen on the way in to work.  I respected them as a brand.  Until the news broke about Jill Abramson. First it was a story about salary: Abramson reportedly found out that she ...
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Difference, the American University, and Bobotie
Have you seen the tumblr blog " I Too Am Harvard "? Of course you have.  It's gotten millions of views since it went viral in mid-March, and deservedly so; its powerful message spawned hundreds of copycat movements and reinvigorated the efforts of students ...
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Legacies, Motherhood, and Pear-Cranberry Crostata
Seven years ago, I started a moms' group.  Though I'd never imagined that I'd be the sort of person to identify first as a mom, it started, as many convictions do, with rejection.  Another mother and I had tried to join a stay-at-home mom's group to make fr...
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The Vocation Vacation, and Paella
I looked up from my computer screen to see my boss standing in the doorway of my office, and jumped about three inches. "Sorry, didn't meant to startle," he apologized.  I waved it off, knowing that I do the same to him, what must seem like twenty times a d...
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What strategies do you use when advising and teaching first gen students?
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Gigantes, and the Comfort of Home
Another house contract, gone. This one was my fault.  Or maybe our fault.  After losing the first house, we were feeling stressed about the next possible purchase.  Time is running out if we're going to make a move this summer.  I have to get the kids settl...
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Looking for that perfect Mother's Day gift for the adoptive or birth mom in your life?

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writer, blogger, consultant
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  • Princeton University
    Fellowship Advisor, present
  • Self Employed
    Writer, blogger, 2011 - 2013
  • Rutgers University
    Undergraduate Research Program Director, 1998 - 2011
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Writer, blogger, yogini, foodie. Not necessarily in that order.
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Professional, mother, wife, baker, infertility and pregnancy loss survivor, yogini, local food guru, and seeker of balance, wondering "What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" -Mary Oliver
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I am a regular at American Tire and Auto of Flemington. I have found them to be fair, and to have competitive pricing. If I have a complaint about service, they do their best to resolve it (e.g. once after a repair I heard a continued noise, and they took it back twice to continue investigating the problem, free of charge). They stand by their work. I can always get an appointment, and the vehicle is ready when they say it will be ready. My one complaint is that sometimes I feel it's a bit too busy, and so they have to rush through their explanations of repairs and charges.
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