By Rieva Lesonsky

There have already been innumerable takes on Anne-Marie Slaughter’s piece in The Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have it All,” some supportive, some mocking, but all thought-provoking—at least for me. In case you missed it, Slaughter, an accomplished academic and the former (and first female) director of policy planning at the State Department, bemoaned the fact that women (with the exception of a few she dubbed “genuine superwomen”) haven’t yet figured out the secret to “having it all”—meaning balancing the challenges of a fulfilling career and raising a family.