Boston continues to amaze me every day. I had the distinct pleasure of attending a networking event this evening for the Wonder Women of Boston- those amazing women in this city who are following their dreams, fighting for their success and making a real difference. I'm not sure how to make my words express how honored I was to be a part of this gathering. Hats off to some amazing women.
In other news, I'm trying to be a bit of a wonder woman in other areas as well. I am making a concerted effort to get up early to get some work outs in before the craziness of the day sets in. I got in a good yoga session this morning, and tomorrow I have big plans of heading out for a run. We'll see how this goes :-). I need to find some good motivation to get myself out from under the warm covers - any advice?
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
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