Today Show: Snooki 42 Lb Weight Loss & Benefits of Saving in Your 20s

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Today Show Recap March 12 2013

The Today Show episode on March 12 2013 was all about women. The Today Show talked with experts about how women can balance their work and family life, Snooki talked about losing 42 pounds after her pregnancy and Natalie Morales talked with the first Latina CEO of the Girl Scouts of America.

Today Show: How Should Women Balance Work, Family & Competitiveness

The Today Show tried to answer the question of whether or not women can really have it all. Can they balance work and family and still be happy? Click the link below to find out what they had to say.

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Today Show: Snooki 42 Lb Weight Loss & Benefits of Saving in Your 20s

The Today Show March 12 2013 talked with Snooki about her 42 pound weight loss, checked out what it’s like to vacation in Antarctica and why saving money early is best. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

Today Show: How Should Women Balance Work, Family & Competitiveness

Today Show: Snooki Lost 42 Pounds & Stops Partying to be with Family

Snooki stopped by the Today Show where she talked with Matt Lauer about her 42 pound weight loss and why she has decided to stop partying as much so she can spend time with her family.

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Today Show: Snooki Lost 42 Pounds & Stops Partying to be with Family

Today Show: 35,000 People Vacationing in Antarctica to See Penguins

The Today Show sent Kerry Sanders to Antarctica to find out why more than 35,000 people are estimated to be traveling to the bottom of the earth in 2013.

Today Show: 35,000 People Vacationing in Antarctica to See Penguins

Today Show Finance: Save 20 Percent of Salary at 40 for Retirement

The Today Show talked with two finance experts about the best ways to save, stretch and spend your money in your 20s, 30s and 40s. Click the links below to read about the advice they gave for every stage of your life.

Today Show Finance: Save 20 Percent of Salary at 40 for Retirement

Today Show: Anna Maria Chavez 1st Latina CEO of Girl Scouts of America

The Today Show’s Natalie Morales sat down with Anna Maria Chavez, the first Latina CEO of Girls Scouts of America, to talk about the organization and where she hopes to take it in the future.

Today Show: Anna Maria Chavez 1st Latina CEO of Girl Scouts of America

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