As a physicist, I know a thing or two about time. I have spent countless amounts of it pondering its meaning, its measurement, and our relationship with it. I have lectured on how the gravitational pull of a black hole affects it and how it slows down if you are moving at close to the… Continue reading The value of time.
I’ve been seeing a lot of twitter threads, blog posts, and discussions online recently about working remote. Anecdotally at least, it feels like the frequency of these discussions is increasing. That increase may be related to the increase in the number of workers that are able to engage in part or full time remote work.… Continue reading Working Remote != Working from Home
*This article was originally posted on CoworkTahoe.com on January 4, 2019* Five years ago, I left Silicon Valley for the mountains. My husband and I reached a point where we no longer could see a healthy future for ourselves or our children if we stayed. As the oft quoted John Muir said, “The mountains are… Continue reading Coworking & the Future of Work
From an early age, 3rd grade to be exact, I knew that I wanted to be a teacher. I won a school wide reading contest and got to be a teacher-for-a-day at my elementary school. I still have a picture of myself, dressed up to look more like a teacher, at least to my 3rd… Continue reading My coworking story