Today I’m proud and excited to announce a new page on the site – all about the various fun and free things to do in the state of Connecticut.
Archives for August 2017
As the family breadwinner, I often have to travel for work. Today I talk about the challenges traveling for work as a breadwinning mom, and ask that we leave the guilt behind.
If you’ve ever tried researching accounts for kids, your head is probably spinning with all the different options available to you. In this article, I break down the various options you have to put aside money for kids, and what each of them is good for.
I love baking bread – all kinds of bread. But most people don’t do it because it’s seen as hard and time consuming. Today I’m sharing a recipe for homemade artisan no-knead, four ingredient bread. The best part? You can keep the dough in the fridge until you’re ready to use it.
When you’re traveling for work, you often have the opportunities to make choices that will make the trip a frugal one, or splurge using the companies money. Today I talk all about the different approaches to work travel and ask how you approach it.
Today I’m inspired by a recent conference to give my thoughts on the Google Manifestbro by he-who-must-not-be-named. As a woman in tech for my entire career, the perspective some people have that women are unsuited to technology careers is frustrating, belittling, and just wrong.