Our names are a small part of what identifies us as individuals in this world. But the idea of sending your name on a space flight to Mars aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover is pretty exciting. And that’s what I did earlier tonight (along with the 8 million others around the world) as part ofContinue reading “My Name is Heading to Mars in 2020”
It’s not often you see a winter storm named after you. But it happened today, which means I can scratch off “Having a storm named after you” off my bucket list.
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””
Did you ever wake up one morning thinking about something you wish would change dramatically in this world? I know I have as of lately. I’ve had something on my mind involving a subject that has been near and dear to me since my middle school years.
I don’t think it’ll ever be possible for someone to say, “I know everything about the world. What else is there to learn?” Because the world is so vast and ever-changing, or at least that’s what my 29-year-old self thinks these days. But what about small things beneath or above us we cannot see atContinue reading “The Eames’ Fascinating ‘Powers of Ten’”