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Book Reviews Women in Tech

Sneak Peek of Markertown: An Augmented Reality Children’s Book about Kindness.

One things I love about augmented reality is the creativity it inspires in people. One of those people is my friend, Amanda Fox. She is Kickstarting her second AR-enabled kids book. She was nice enough to give me a sneak peek. The book is called Markertown. It’s about a glitter marker who loses her cap. […]

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Lifestyle

Create your own calm

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Lifestyle Personal Development

15 Simple Resolutions to Improve Your Professional Life in January

January, the month of resolutions, words of intentions, intense gym sessions, and, for me, failed attempts at emptying the house of sugar (minus my dog, Sugar). Instead of putting the pressure on at the very start of the year to be a whole new person or break the old habits instantly, I thought, let’s focus […]

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no code Women in Tech

5 Takeaways from Zeroqode’s No Code Conference

Today I woke up with a pep in my step. It was the first day of Zeroquode’s No Code Conference. As you may know, I was introduced to the concept on no code earlier this year. I even won a No Code challenge! Now I’m co-writer of the NoCodeDevs newsletter. Least to say, I was […]

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Blogtober Culture Technology

The Social Dilemma

The Social Dilemma is a documentary about the negative affects of social media (and the companies behind them) from ex-founders and app developers themselves. I was excited to see some people I’ve read about like Jaron Lanier, Shoshana Zuboff, and Jonathan Haidt in the film as well. Unfortunately, I started watching it late at night […]

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Culture

Writing in Public

I started the year with big plans to do lots of writing. I had goals for my blog to beat last year’s stats. The fact is, I have hardly written this year. It’s not surprising. 2020 has been a s*** show for everyone with a pandemic sweeping the globe. So, what happened? If anything, physically […]