Our names are a small part of what identifies us as individuals in this world. But the idea of sending your name on a space flight to Mars aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover is pretty exciting. And that’s what I did earlier tonight (along with the 8 million others around the world) as part of NASA’s Send Your Name to Mars campaign. And look, I got a flight boarding pass to commemorate the occasion!Continue reading “My Name is Heading to Mars in 2020”
It’s not often you see a winter storm named after you. But it happened today, which means I can scratch off “Having a storm named after you” off my bucket list.Continue reading “Becoming A Winter Storm – In Name Only”
When writing “A More Supportive World for Women,” I wasn’t expecting the blog post to go semi-viral. However, my post did catch the eye of New York-based Women You Should Know, or WYSK for short. Within months leadership at Women You Should Know was in contact with me. At first, I was hesitant to have my story featured because I didn’t want my blog post to take dominance over thousands of stories of trailblazing women that need to be told on Women You Should Know. I soon realized this opportunity would probably never come around again, so I happily agreed. And now it has gone live on Women You Should Know for all to see.
While “A More Supportive World for Women” will be a blog post that I will update as the years go on, I’m pretty happy it inspired a small corner of social media and the internet. Thank you to all at Women You Should Know! I’m honored to be featured!
Did you ever wake up one morning thinking about something you wish would change dramatically in this world? I know I have as of lately. I’ve had something on my mind involving a subject that has been near and dear to me since my middle school years.Continue reading “A More Supportive World for Women”
I don’t think it’ll ever be possible for someone to say, “I know everything about the world. What else is there to learn?” Because the world is so vast and ever-changing, or at least that’s what my 29-year-old self thinks these days. But what about small things beneath or above us we cannot see at all? That’s where the late legendary designers Charles and Ray Eames enter.Continue reading “The Eames’ Fascinating ‘Powers of Ten’”