This is meant not as a harsh criticism but rather a gentle reminder to Sheryl Sandberg. I enjoyed Lean In and I agree with, and relate to, a great deal of what Sandberg says. Sheryl – there are women in the workplace, and at home, who do not have children for one reason or another and we would like a seat at your table. I … Continue reading On Lean In – Did Sandberg Forget that Some Women (and Men) are Childless?
My reading list for the summer of 2013, there are over 30 books on this list. It is unlikely I will read them all. It is likely I will read books that are not on this list. Some of these books I have already read, or read portions of, but would like to reread all or part of. The books are no particular order. Some … Continue reading My 2013 Summer Reading Books List
About two years ago I gave up on lugging around a big checked bag and started traveling with only a carry on. I was tired of paying the extra baggage fees, waiting for my bag at the carousel, and to be honest, I liked the challenge. The first few trips were nerve racking but after I got used to it I never looked back! I … Continue reading Updated ALA Survival Tips and Packing Suggestions for #ALA2013