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Women at work continued to be a big subject in 2012. Globe columnist Leah Eichler shone a light on all facets of the issue, from having a baby and being in the boardroom to coping with work and kids and life to highlighting some remarkable women in various fields.

Here are some of the most popular Women@work columns from this past year.

How relationships can fall by the wayside in our busy lives

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Career, kids ... sex? You've got to be kidding

These babes made sure people knew about their wins

How the 'babes' of Bay Street celebrate their success

What to do when you dread going into work

Recognize career regrets before it's too late

Why you shouldn't assume that a woman won't return to work after having a child

Why the term 'mommy track' should be banned

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How thinking of advancing your career is the best way to help your company

Being selfish can boost your career

We say there's a meritocracy, but is that really true?

You can't get ahead on merit alone

What changes if more women make more than their husbands?

The emergence of the 'richer sex'

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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer broke through a whole slew of barriers this year

The baby bump pushes up against the glass ceiling

Can women have it all?

Having it all depends on what 'all' means

How the bedroom can mess up the boardroom

Why should an affair mean the end of your career?

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