Proud to have been nominated twice for a Liebster Award – thank you nerdywordybirdy and kritsayvonne! I’ve never been much of a rule breaker, but I’m going to have to bend them for this. I enjoyed spending the time answering the questions, but I’m not even going to be able to even attempt the second half and nominate 20 other blogs. Let’s just say I’m a woman who is well aware of the restrictions on her time […]
As a girl in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), the topic of this article is near and dear to my heart. It’s an opinion piece written for Wired by Reshma Saujani, Founder & CEO of Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization whose programs work to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.
Still working on title and tagline. My current title is “The Fill in the Blank Analyst”, which I don’t hate, but I also don’t love. The idea is that I’m a systems analyst for a living, and I analyze and over-analyze everything…so this blog is a place to externalize all that…analysis! I’m completely stuck on a tagline.
This post isn’t as difficult as I might have expected – probably because I just finished my ‘About’ page last week. The short answer is, “I’m complicated and I’m not entirely sure why I’m here”, but I suppose I can do better than that. Especially if there are bullet points. I like bullet points. I can work with bullet points.