This morning I woke at 5.54am to the sound of my daughter babbling in her room. ‘Finally, making progress!’ I thought.
Sleep training an infant is hard work. If you’ve been there (and survived, and succeeded), I have the utmost respect for you. And if you haven’t, I am very envious and hope you relish every night of uninterrupted sleep (something everyone tells you to do before having kids but you never realize until you don’t have it anymore.)
Anyway, back to biz.
After coffee number two (or is it three?) of the day, I decided to check on the email and blog I sent two days ago about making a free thing. I shut my eyes when I clicked on the list number and to my surprise… Continue Reading
[Note: I’m thinking about giving something away. For free. It’s going to take significant time to put together. Before I go crazy making this thing, I want to make sure you actually want it (so I don’t feel like an idiot.) More details at the bottom of the article.]
[Note #2: In case you’re wondering, this post is a follow up to this post. I try my best to respond to as many comments as possible, BTW!]
So in my second to last post, I said I’d write about…
Funny enough, that request is EXACTLY what I was searching for five years ago when I decided to leave my full-time, comfortably paid role in an architecture firm and jump into full-time social impact design work.
That request is… [drumroll]…Continue Reading
[Note: In case you’re wondering, this post is a followup to this (which garnered the quickest responses that I’ve ever received on this blog.) I try my best to respond to each and every response, BTW.]
Ok… I’m getting a LOT of responses from readers upset about that cliffhanger in my previous email and blog post. Even my mom sent me an infuriated emoticon when I wouldn’t reveal what I have up my sleeve.
Sorry about that. Perhaps waking up at 4am to feed our daughter is making me loopy!Continue Reading
Most months I send out stories and insights on social impact design.
I want to pull back the curtain a little bit and share something more personal.
Here we go.Continue Reading
Open your arms wide. As wide as they can go. Now imagine a thousand paths shooting out from your core in 180+ degrees. Where do they lead? What do they mean to you? How do you choose just one?
Five months ago, I stood with my arms wide open imagining all these paths as career opportunities. Entering the work world after five months on maternity leave, the possibilities for what to do next felt endless. Find a position in an organization that shares my values. Continue to work for myself. Go back to my old position. Change career focus altogether. Be a stay-at home mom (that lasted all of 2 seconds). And on and on. Being in a position to have dozens of options comes with huge freedom but also a lot of bewilderment and overwhelm.Continue Reading