blogging the d

I collected my data, now what?

By On October 23, 2014

I got IRB approval for The D on August 25th, started data collection on September 5th, and finished on October 15th. 10 women, 20 interviews, lots of data. Like, way too much… Read More

lindsay's world

20 Things I Learned in My 20s

By On October 15, 2014

I’ll be 30 this Saturday, and in the spirit of my nostalgic-for-no-reason generation, I’ve put together a listicle of things I’ve learned over the past decade. These things were written in the… Read More

college + career

interview tip: perceptions of weakness

By On August 19, 2014

Every time I do a mock interview with a client, I ask if there is anything they want to practice answering. Even though I have a prepared list of questions on deck,… Read More

blogging the d

on being “ladylike”

By On August 3, 2014

I’ve never been a fan of the telling women and girls to act like “a lady.” I recall balking at the command to “be a young lady” as a kid, arguing with… Read More

lindsay's world

been gone for a minute…

By On July 14, 2014

…But now I’m back with the remix! Ha. Not quite. I’ll leave the reinventions to Kim and her plastic surgeon. But I have been gone for the figurative meaning of “a minute”… Read More

lindsay's world

scheduled self-care

By On May 5, 2014

Not writing my dissertation has become my favorite part of writing my dissertation. Knowing that it’s there and actively doing something else – something fun not a chore – makes me so… Read More

blogging the d

naming the D.

By On April 20, 2014

In the Shakespearian classic, Juliet asks Romeo: “What’s in a name?” Her implication, of course, is that a name is just a name. But, while a rose will still smell sweet even if… Read More

foodie with allergies

homemade almond butter

By On April 7, 2014

This weekend, I went all ‘Pinterest in real life’ and made almond butter. And it was great. So easy. So inexpensive. I’ll never spend $10 for a jar again. Tip: Crush the almonds,… Read More