Work/Life Balance Strategy: Disconnect to Clear Your Brain’s Cache

Work/Life Balance Strategy: Disconnect to Clear Your Brain’s Cache

This fall I have made it a mission to experiment with work/life balance and find easy, repeatable strategies that make the work and life function in tandem rather than in opposition. I'll be blogging about these as I discover them - here's strategy number one.

DuoSkin: Temporary Tech Tattoos Create a Wearable User Interface

DuoSkin: Temporary Tech Tattoos Create a Wearable User Interface

Remember last year when flash tattoos were a thing and all the hippie festival bloggers were wearing gold and silver temporary tattoos? Researchers at the MIT Media Lab in collaboration with Microsoft Research took these tattoos to the next level by making them interactive.

Semiformal Summer Style: 3 Tips to Beat the Heat

Semiformal Summer Style: 3 Tips to Beat the Heat

The muggy summer heat can make it *really* difficult to dress up nicely, especially for formal events where you have to take nice photos! Here are a few tips for a semiformal summer look that keeps you feeling as beautiful as you look.

Win a Pair of Felix Gray Computer Glasses

Win a Pair of Felix Gray Computer Glasses

I've partnered with Felix Gray to offer a pair of glasses in Nash style (just like mine!) to one lucky reader.

Seven Summer Shoe Staples

Seven Summer Shoe Staples

I often get asked about my shoes, so I've put together this little catalog of my seven favourite pairs for summer occasions. 1. The All-Day Sandals Comfy sandals you can wear all weekend, whether you're lounging in your backyard or exploring the streets of a new city. My favourite pair are from Massarotto Luisa Calzature in Castel [...]

Uncommonly Good Business: UncommonGoods Supports Local and Sustainable at an International Scale

Uncommonly Good Business: UncommonGoods Supports Local and Sustainable at an International Scale

It may seem paradoxical to suggest that you can truly "support local" by buying online, but supporting local artisans doesn't necessarily mean buying in your own city, it can be buying goods produced locally instead of factory-made abroad. The idea of local products in this age of digital shopping has interested me for a while, [...]

Trendy Techie Turns Three!

Trendy Techie Turns Three!

This week marks the third year I've been adventuring as the Trendy Techie. Three years ago I launched Trendy Techie to start more conversations about young women in tech and share my stories from the inside as a millennial working and learning in the tech world. So much has happened in the past three years [...]