I am predicting the tag I will use the most on this blog during the next four years […]
Sometimes labels are a drag, like when it allows someone to reduce you to a single characteristic, and […]
Since I only have a few minutes, I am only going to focus on a few minutes out of the Vice Presidential debate last night.
If you put aside all the “malarkey”, distortions and ideological nuances, what the debate last night gave us was a very clear picture of two forms of government. Answering the question asked by Raddatz, “What role your religion has played in your own personal views on abortion”, the candidates gave voters a fundamental choice between systems of government.
I was leading a discussion of a group of professional women about time management and work/life integration strategies […]
As it gets harder and harder to cobble together the time I need to put coherent thoughts in […]
15 years ago today my husband and I were married. I know this because it is in my […]
I just read Fifty Shades of Grey, the “erotic” novel that is taking the world by storm. Which […]
I work with a lot of highly accomplished women scientists who are invested in promoting gender equity in […]
I have been avoiding writing about politics this week because the “stay-at-home Mom versus working Mom” stuff makes […]
Had an interesting conversation yesterday with someone I don’t know very well. This woman was coming to me […]
Political decision making is such a mess. My neighbors across the street have a Romney sign in their […]
I am so disappointed in the way the Supreme Court case over Affordable Health Care Act is playing […]
Writing can be problematic. Right now I am writing a lot and the content and purpose varies wildly […]
I spend some of my time at work helping people brilliant in another field understand emotional intelligence. Unfortunately, […]
Someone described me as stubborn today. Stubborn is one of those words that pinches, like bossy, selfish and […]