Month: March 2015

Sing It Out Sunday: 3-Weeks-at-Once Edition

Whoops! Looks like I let the last few weeks slip through my fingers. Is anyone else in denial that April starts this week? And that 2015 is already a quarter over? Ok, enough of that. Here’s what I’ve been reading/pondering over/sharing recently, starting with Monica Lewinsky’s TED tale on “The price of shame”: TED’s social

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Sing It Out Sunday: International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day! Here’s what I’ve been reading this week: Karen Wickre explains how to “Get into Tech” if you don’t fulfill the stereotype. Her advice is good for anyone in today’s working world, though, especially the parts about curiosity and flexibility. The photo at the right is one of a delightful series from

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The Great KonMari Book Purge of 2015

Have you read the organization book that’s sweeping (pun totally intended) the nation? It’s called The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, by Marie Kondo, and it’s fantastic. And I bet if I followed her method exactly, it’d live up to its life-changing claim. I, however, naturally ignored most of her advice (i.e. be systematic, start

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Sunday Funday: March 1

It’s been a very long week: I’ve been out with the flu for eight days now, and I think I might finally be getting better (knock on wood!). Inspired in part by Karen Walrond’s post on “simple steps for big leaps,” I’m diving back into blogging here and taking the first small step towards figuring

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