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10 Quotes Inspiring Me at 30

There are a few quotes that have been inspiring me lately that I wanted to share, especially as I officially enter my thirties (I turned 30 in September) and how the things that speak to me now have changed now that I find myself officially #adulting. Hopefully this list will inspire you as well! If there are any others you love, please include them in the comments! Read More! [...]
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Running with Spotify’s New Running Feature!

This morning, I ran using Spotify's new Running feature for the first time! Overall, I really enjoyed it. More on how it works and specific features in this blog post on Spotify's Running feature. Just choose a playlist and start running to get started! Read More! [...]

Slowly But Surely, Part 1

So, I have started running. I started running as part of the weekly running club at work as an excuse to hang out with some of my coworkers outside of business hours, and also as an easy way to get myself moving post-wedding. I honestly didn't start to "lose weight" or "get fit," but mostly to see if I could do it. If I'm being totally honest, I didn't think I could. I don't know if I'm ready to claim my love for running exactly, but I can say that we've been going steady for about a month. And I definitely don't hate it. Read More! [...]

Highly Recommend: “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg

Over the last few months I have been slowly but surely reading the book "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead" by Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook. The book is all about the reality women face in the workplace - not only the challenges handed to us by society, but the things we are doing to ourselves to make our own lives harder. This includes not sitting at the table, undercutting our own self confidence, and placing unfair expectations on ourselves in the workplace and at home. Read More! [...]

Election Day PSA

Tomorrow is Election Day! I have been trying to find a good resource that lists all of the measures on the Harris County ballot and I haven't been able to find one - so I put together some links I found (from lots of different parties/places) in my research if you want to do some reading before you cast your vote. There's no agenda to this, just that I want to encourage everyone to do some research and cast your vote as you see fit! Read More! [...]

2012 & Eating the Elephant

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Read More! [...]

Life Lessons from My First Job

It will be six years in August since I walked into the offices of RD2 Inc. in Dallas for the first time. I was still in school as a Marketing major, and still processing the fact that someone might pay me to do what I loved to do on the internet. RD2 was then and is now a small team of brilliant minds, taking on big projects and working their damnedest to make the web a better place. Read More! [...]