My Name is Going to Mars

The thought of traveling into space sounds both thrilling and frightening. However, the idea of sending your name on a space flight to Mars aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover is pretty exciting. And so I signed up earlier tonight (along with millions of other people in the U.S.) as part of NASA’s Send Your Name toContinue reading “My Name is Going to Mars”

[Guest] Featured on “Women You Should Know”

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 haveContinue reading “[Guest] Featured on “Women You Should Know””

An Actor From Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” Lived in My Neighborhood

Growing up in Charbonneau (just outside of Wilsonville, Oregon) was one of the happiest and most memorable times of my childhood in the 1990s. The carefree, innocent summer days of swimming at the community pool and going on bike rides down to the community convenience store are the memories one wishes to relive once again.Continue reading “An Actor From Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” Lived in My Neighborhood”

The Eames’ Fascinating “Powers of Ten”

Less than a year ago, I stumbled upon the fascinating 1977 Charles and Ray Eames short film Powers of Ten. The opening shot states that Powers of Ten is “a film dealing with the relative size of things in the universe and the effect of adding another zero.” It starts with a couple enjoying a picnicContinue reading “The Eames’ Fascinating “Powers of Ten””