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Angela Bosco is a native of Westchester. She chose Briarcliff Manor as her home after too many hurricanes in Florida and too many people in NYC. She’s mom to her son, Blaise (2016), who’s energy she simultaneously envies and fears. She shares a love of adult beverages with her husband Michael who, like her, is in the spirits industry. A self-proclaimed expert multi-tasker, you can find her on the Hudson Line cramming podcasts, emails and breakfast while penciling in her eyebrows and trying not to spill coffee on her seat mate during her morning commute to the city. On her free time she struggles to choose between doing yoga, reading NY Times best-seller’s or watching all things Real Housewives: the latter usually wins out. In her 20s you could hear her asking when her life would begin- now in her 30s you’ll find her reveling in it-chaos and all.
National Cousin Day

An Ode to Cousins From the Parent of an Only

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When I was younger, my Aunt always did the "necklace trick" to determine how many children I would have when I grew up. If you're unfamiliar with this trick (or sorcery, blasphemy, cruel joke...
Father's Day

Lessons From My Husband on Mothering

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As we approach Father's Day I've been mentally compiling a gratitude list of all the positive things my husband does as a father. But here's the deal. If I have to be completely honest,...

Getting “Comfortable” with Motherhood

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I recently attended a panel discussion at Bloomingdale's entitled, "Momhood Through The Years." The intention was to capture the panelist's fashion style through varying points on the spectrum of motherhood - from new mom...

The Best Gift I’ll Get This Mother’s Day is The One I Give Myself

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Obviously being a mother is gift enough, but this year I'm getting a little something extra. This year I'm giving myself permission - permission to feel guilty. And I'm starting with the guilt I'll...

Take Only Memories, Leave Only Footprints: One Traveling Mom’s Journey Through Motherhood

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Traveling always felt like the key to unlocking a secret that the whole world was in on except me. A sense of mystery and discovery just a plane ride away. At least it did...

The Underground Society of Toddler Tunes

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I have a confession to make. The first time I really felt like a mother was not the first time I held my beautiful 8 lb. 10 oz. son in my arms...it was when...
gender bias

Why I disagree with the gender bias training in my workplace

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Let me explain. Being in the throes of the “Me Too” movement I completely understand that voices have been silenced for too long. For those with something to say, people are listening. Which is why...
Meet Angela

Meet Angela

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Motherhood to me is like trying to fold a fitted sheet: no matter how many times I got it "right" before, I struggle to remember how to do it again. I defer to Pinterest...