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REAL MOMS. REAL TALK. Ann Basu, Account Executive at Google and Brooklyn Mom, talks about transitioning to motherhood.

REAL MOMS. REAL TALK. Ann Basu, Account Executive at Google and Brooklyn Mom, talks about transitioning to motherhood.

Ann and I met our freshman year of college, and she hasn't changed that much! She is still gorgeous, opinionated, and spunky. Ann is also ambitious and fun-loving, so I was excited to watch her make the transition to motherhood because I knew she would find a way to balance work, family, and fun. Watching her blossom into a confident, caring, working Mom has been so awesome. Even more awesome is that Ann is willing to be candid about the tough parts of becoming a mother, and share her tips and tricks for how to navigate the transition. Here's what she has...

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REAL MOMS. REAL TALK. Hear what Christina DesVaux, the Director of Paper at Paperless Post, has to say about the transition to motherhood.

Real Moms. Real Talk.

REAL MOMS. REAL TALK. Hear what Christina DesVaux, the Director of Paper at Paperless Post, has to say about the transition to motherhood.

Christina DesVaux is a former colleague, current friend, and badass working Mom living in Brooklyn. As I thought about how to kick off this new series, REAL MOMS. REAL TALK., I immediately thought of Christina because she is never afraid to give the cold, hard truth. She does not hold back, and she tells it like it is. Christina lives down the block from me, and in the first few months after giving birth, she wasn't afraid to talk about the challenges of becoming a mother and the radical changes to her life. She also isn't afraid to gush about...

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Organic Cotton vs Conventional Cotton

Organic Cotton vs Conventional Cotton

Organic Cotton Vs Conventional Cotton WHY DOES IT MATTER? Cotton accounts for almost a half of the world's fiber needs. Unfortunately, much of the world’s cotton is grown using toxic chemicals. Additionally, suboptimal farming and manufacturing practices are employed when producing conventional cotton which are not environmentally friendly or socially responsible. The use of organic cotton over conventional cotton chips away at these practices, and in addition to having a social and environmental impact, using organic cotton ensures that the fabric touching your skin (or your baby’s skin) is not imparting any chemicals in the process. The following characteristics define...

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