Where I Keep My Stuff

As I filed some receipts recently, I realized my setup has changed quite a bit over the last couple of months as I prepared to move to the iPad as my primary computer. I thought I’d spend a few minutes outlining where everything lives as a reference for myself as... [Read More]
Tags: setup, iPad, services

Melissa Rauch Reflects on the Heartache of Miscarriage

Melissa Rauch wrote a beautiful piece over on Glamour describing the struggles that she and her husband have had in trying to conceive. I love how open and honest she is with the readers about the pain that fertility issues bring. [Read More]
Tags: parenting, pregnancy, miscarriage

Sotheby's Extraordinary Living

At some point this year I started adding more prospect research blogs to my RSS reader. I find RSS much quicker, especially for these sorts of feeds, to sort through and pick out interesting articles to share. One of the feeds I added was Sotheby’s Extraordinary Living blog which offers... [Read More]
Tags: apra

Life, In Six Charts

Quartz shared an analysis by Henrik Lindberg of data from the American Time Use Survey. Henrik wrote several pieces and has shared his code over on Github. [Read More]
Tags: data, visualization

Do You Have Concrete Moneyitis?

Jen Filla wrote a post yesterday titled “Researcher, Are You Cheating Your Organization Out of Money?” that really hit me, especially as we are working through wealth screening results at work. [Read More]
Tags: apra