San Francisco 2016: An Adventure

12.20.2016

Hello, beautiful reader! I hope you are enjoying the holiday season, and are looking forward to some quality time with the people you love in the coming weeks. Before the madness really started Eli and I got to spend a week in San Francisco while he visited CoreOS, the tech ...

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Thanksgiving Week: Health

11.20.2016

This is the fourth post of my Thanksgiving Week series. If you haven't already, I'd recommend reading the introduction post first!

I've spent far, far too much of my life thinking about my body. Is it thin enough, pretty enough, good enough? As if that's any ...

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Thanksgiving Week: Work

11.19.2016

This is the third post of my Thanksgiving Week series. If you haven't already, I'd recommend reading the introduction post first!

I know this isn't usually the first (or third) thing folks think of when considering things they're grateful for, but there are many aspects of ...

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Thanksgiving Week: Friends

11.18.2016

This is the second post of my Thanksgiving Week series. If you haven't already, I'd recommend reading the introduction post first!

You guys. You. Guys. I can't believe how lucky I am to have such good friends. These aren't friends that I take selfies with and ...

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Thanksgiving Week: Family

11.17.2016

As Thanksgiving approaches I've been taking some time to reflect on the things I'm grateful for. Now, more than ever, I think we all need to take some time to appreciate what is good in the world and remind friends and family that they are loved. Remind ourselves ...

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Rivers of Milk and Honey

11.2.2016

DISCLAIMER: My experiences are entirely my own and don't necessarily reflect the experiences of others, including other women at my company.

It's no secret that there's an incredible shortage of women in the tech industry, and even less of a secret that women are treated differently than ...

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If I Were A Boy

09.25.2016

Before attending university I was completely unaware of the diversity problem in STEM. In high school all of my classes were relatively 50-50 in terms of gender, including science and math classes, and I had never experienced or noticed anyone treating me differently than my male peers. My fist computer ...

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