Most mornings, I can be found putting on makeup and lacing up some ugly MTB shoes with SPD cleats. Usually, I do this before my toddler are ever awake. I then ride to work with the sun coming up. It’s the best part of my morning. No car, no university parking congestion, no emissions. Just […]Read More I’m That Mom on a Bike
Last I wrote, we were in Missouri and I was at my old job. Wow. A lot has happened since then. In April, I accepted at job at my alma mater with a new start up center. Here, I get to help Hoosiers and am still responsible for connecting university resources to the outside […]Read More We Moved (And Stuff)
This last week has tested my strength and stress level. I am loving the work I’m doing. It is meaningful, I am appreciated by team members, my graduate students, my boss, and my big client sent a glowing review of my collaboration with his people this week. I’ve been working so hard on this university […]Read More Finding male allies in parenthood.
Dear Paul Ryan, So, you’ve stumbled on the crisis of revenues vs. spending that everyone studying basic economics and the Congressional budget process is aware of. Thanks for joining the party. I’m glad you’re concerned about this. I’m glad you’re suddenly worried about elder poverty, paying for Social Security, and taking care of infrastructure. I […]Read More Dear Paul Ryan, I will have more kids when…
You can see I’ve changed the blog – right down to the fact that we have our own domain now, folks! I was inspired. I just got an awesome new job. Leaving the old one wasn’t easy. I loved my coworkers, I felt valued, my work was meaningful. I was helping at-risk people and representing […]Read More Time for A Change (and Growth)