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March 2010 Blog Posts (54)

Top 10 spring trends 2010

Top 10 spring trends 2010: denim

1. Denim

Remember the style rule about not wearing denim with denim? Well, it's time to put that one to rest - at least for this season. Designers like Ralph Lauren, D&G and Rag & Bone sent their models down the spring runways wearing denim on denim. Whether you attempt this trend or prefer to mix your denim with…


Added by MyWorkButterfly on March 31, 2010 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

10 spring trends for everybody (+ 3 that may not be for you)

A new season is upon us, along with a whole new set of trends. But which trends are worth investing in? Here's our list of 10 trends worth trying:

1. Neutral Shoes - They work with everything in your wardrobe and instantly make your legs look longer. Versatile and…


Added by MyWorkButterfly on March 31, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

20 spring trends you already own

With each season comes a new set of

must-buy pieces, but savvy shoppers already have a head start this spring. If you've taken our advice over the past few seasons, you're in luck! Here are 20 trends you already own that couldn't be hotter this spring:



Added by MyWorkButterfly on March 31, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

Rachelle Carson-Begley, wife of Ed Begley Jr., talks about family and starring on "Living With Ed"

as told by Butterfly co-founder, Bradi Nathan

I’m afraid to admit that I don’t even have a green thumb and while green is certainly the new black today, not so much in my house. I have learned a thing or two from the Discovery Channel’s, “Living With Ed” and vow that I will in fact make some changes for me and for my family.

Rachelle Carson-Begley and her husband Ed Begley Jr. are the stars of “Living With Ed”,… Continue

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Shelley Seale, mother and author, shares her story of penning and parenting

as told by Butterfly co-founder, Bradi Nathan

I’m not sure if you’ve ever seen the movie Slumdog Millionaire. If you haven’t, do so. As a mother, the movie may elicit overwhelming pain and sorrow. It may move you to tears or force you to take action. It’s the amazing story of a boy’s parentless journey through India. It is a tale of survival and strength as he travels through life, ending with a most unexpected… Continue

Added by MyWorkButterfly on March 31, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

Earth Promise: Our Future Green Visionaries

It is definitely debatable as to when and what started the environmental movement. Some may say May 28, 1892, when the Sierra Club met for the first time to discuss the potential boundary reduction of Yosemite National Park. Others may believe it was in 1962 when Senator Gaylord Nelson, Founder of Earth Day, planted the “seed” for Earth Day, in President Kennedy’s head. Others may suggest it was the publication of Silent Spring…


Added by Heather Berg on March 31, 2010 at 8:19am — No Comments

Earth Day's 40th Anniversary: Celebrate With Ed Begley Jr. and Wife Rachelle - WEEKLY WINGS

With April upon us we may now begin our formal preparation in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day. What and when is Earth Day you ask?

"Earth Day aims to inspire awareness of and appreciation for earth's environment. It is currently observed in more than 140 countries around the world. The April… Continue

Added by MyWorkButterfly on March 30, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Frozen Meat and Milkshakes


Added by Julie Cole on March 29, 2010 at 3:04pm — No Comments

Mad-Skills Mothering

If I do say so myself, I have a few mad mothering skills. Now, I may no longer be able to exclaim (with a fist in the air), “I have a mind like a steel trap!” but sometimes I do not give myself enough credit. I can be pretty self-deprecating when it comes to acknowledging my strengths, but honestly, there are some things I do that I am quite impressed with. If we are to survive at all, us mothers must recognize the amazing feats we accomplish…


Added by Kristy Lorenzen on March 28, 2010 at 3:35pm — No Comments

Say Thank You and Show Recognition in a Unique Way

Imagine where you would be without those VIPs who coordinate calendars, schedule important meetings and events, draft urgent and confidential documents, prepare

presentations, book reservations, and support the leadership team in many…


Added by Lorin Varrial on March 26, 2010 at 8:43am — No Comments

The Almost Empty Nester

With my Sweet Pea (her name is Erin) off at The Aveda Institute in Minneapolis since last October, our house has definitely gotten quieter. (She just turned 19 and I'm a little blue as this is the first birthday we haven't been together). I still have both of the boys at home, Sean 20 and Erik 14, but all too soon I and my husband will be empty nesters.

I tell myself that Erik is only in eighth grade and that I still have 4-5 years left but this glass half full psychology…

Added by Kelly J. Driscoll on March 24, 2010 at 8:11pm — No Comments

Shout Out

If you're keeping your job hunt a secret, you may want to reconsider. I know, you're thinking that you'll tell everyone the great news once you accept the job offer. Here's a copy of my recent blog post at

The Secret You Shouldn't Keep

Who knows that you’re looking for the career on ramp and planning to re-enter the world of work? If you’ve decided…


Added by Carol Camerino on March 24, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

NUTRITION INSPIRATIONS: Welcome to your 16th edition

Welcome to your next edition of NUTRITION INSPIRATIONS.

For the full text version with pictures and links go to:

Healthy Cookbook
Rocco DiSpirito's cookbook Now Eat This! is terrific. All recipes are under 350 calories and he also gives tips on healthy…

Added by Shari Bilt Boockvar on March 24, 2010 at 7:30am — No Comments

Be Gone Non-Fiscally Conservative RHINOS! Be Gone!

Republican in Name Only. What a concept. If it weren't true, it might be funny especially if they had counterparts referred to as DINOS. But we all know that today's lockstep, big government Democrats have no such thing.…


Added by Kelly J. Driscoll on March 23, 2010 at 6:29pm — No Comments

On becoming a SAHM

Friday is my last day of work at the office. Next Thursday, our road trip out to Iowa begins. And I will be a Stay At Home Mom, at least for a while.

I never really imagined myself as a SAHM. I worked all through college; I taught elementary school while I worked toward my graduate degree. I feel like I have been preparing for a professional career my whole life and now, at 26, I will be staying home with my little guy. Giuseppe and I made this decision when he decided to…


Added by babyandsofia on March 23, 2010 at 1:41pm — No Comments

comment on health care bill

I am astounded that the American public is being so completely ignored by Congress. The government that I have watched for my lifetime doesn't run anything efficiently. Why are we allowing congress to run our medical programs? I remember when many of these same promises were being applied to Medicare and Medicaid. Not many would argue that these programs have been grossly mismanaged and abused. Did anyone see ABC Nightline's expose of Medicare fraud last week? Do we really expect anything… Continue

Added by Patricia B. Busch on March 22, 2010 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Healthcare Bill

Thank you for posting unbiased info about the healthcare bill. I am so tired of hearing the most preposterous comments about this bill, obviously intentionally twisted by political agendas intending to scare people. Its not a matter of being for or against, it is a matter of forming an opinion based on facts instead of ridiculous rumor. When I hear some of these allegations all I want to say is "did you actually read that". As a person who used to be in that high income bracket and now is part… Continue

Added by Phyllis Shenny on March 22, 2010 at 4:03pm — 1 Comment

New Health Care Legislation

I'm curious; how are you supposed to purchase your own health insurance when you are not earning any wage?

Added by Claire Cinque on March 22, 2010 at 2:03pm — 2 Comments

Abortion and the Health Care Bill: Weekly Wings

Late last night it was announced that the Democrats reached an abortion deal on the health care bill by a margin of merely a few votes. The health care bill will comply that there will no longer be public funding of abortion in this legislation. President Obama will be signing an executive order to reinforce that there… Continue

Added by MyWorkButterfly on March 22, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

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