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Posts by Rachel Kaczynski

Women We’re Watching: Cara Gilman of RunYoga

Bostonian Cara Gilman wears many hats: yoga teacher, run coach and mom boss. Her RunYoga series—an in-person and virtual community combining yoga, running, and mindfulness—allows her to bring those passions together in a way that’s accessible and approachable to others. Cara’s knack for creating a tight-knit community around Boston and beyond, strong sense of self-compassion…

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Made in New England: Meet Chris Nessen of Grateful Burger

When foodie Chris Nessen was gearing up to launch his third startup, he wanted to create a product that was healthful and approachable to the general public. So he took your average burger and gave it a healthy makeover by blending beef with veggies—and dubbing the end result Grateful Burger. We got to chat with…

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Made in New England: Meet Travis Grillo of Grillo’s Pickles

When Travis Grillo’s dreams of becoming a designer at Nike went sour, he got to making pickles—using his family’s cherished, 100-year-old recipe. He started slinging spears for a buck out of a cart in the middle of the Boston Common, but Travis has grown Grillo’s Pickles to the national, million-dollar brand it is today. We…

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Women We’re Watching: Robin Berzin of Parsley Health

Dr. Robin Berzin, MD, is the founder and CEO of Parsley Health, an up and coming primary care medical practice with a focus on getting to the root cause. With her background in digital technology and functional medicine, Robin is a game-changer when it comes to bringing a whole-body approach to health care to the…

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Made in New England: Meet Jamie Clark of The Willie Wags

The Willie Wags—slang for “off the beaten path”—is a shop in Bangor, Maine, that features just that: unique hidden gems made by small, women-owned businesses. Founder Jamie Clark believes that by spending your dollar with intention, shopping small and supporting other women along the way, you have the power to change the world. We got…

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