Lab Girl (plus, how baking meringues is like doing laboratory work)

The book: Lab Girl by Hope Jahren. Earlier this month I read Hope Jahren's memoir, Lab Girl. Dr. Jahren is a professor and researcher at the University of Oslo in Norway, but she has also held professor positions at Georgia State University, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Hawaii. Lab Girl tells the story … Continue reading Lab Girl (plus, how baking meringues is like doing laboratory work)

BLOG-tober #3: weird things about me.

A couple weeks ago, Ashley at Mental Health at Home posted her answers to an "eleven weird things about me" challenge. I loved this post, because I feel that it's important to embrace and be open about our weirdness. I also thought that this topic fit in perfectly with "BLOG-tober," since October is the month … Continue reading BLOG-tober #3: weird things about me.

BLOG-tober #2: wedding planning pro’s and con’s.

Planning a wedding is thought of by many as a stressful and expensive ordeal. The stereotypical wedding planning experience involves navigating family-members strong (and perhaps unsolicited) opinions, spending way too much money on every single wedding detail, figuring out a menu that is agreeable to everyone's dietary restrictions, graciously dealing with last minute RSVP changes, … Continue reading BLOG-tober #2: wedding planning pro’s and con’s.