I’m re-reading Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. For maybe the 5th time. Underlined, highlighted and bursting with multi-colored post-its. I’m at a crossroads in my career – deciding between the safe option that I know I can do (and can do pretty well, according to some others), versus learning […]Read More I looked to see what was holding me back – and I realized it was me.
I’m getting married in a month. My partner and I have been together for 10 years. I’m still not sure what marriage means to me. Let me preface this by saying that what prompted our decision to get married was not romance or a deep yearning to publicly declare our commitment to each other in […]Read More Marriage, the elusive shape-shifter
When something happens the first time, you think its a fluke or somehow situational. But when it happens again and again, you start to realize a pattern. You realize it is not just the situation, it is not just the other person, but that you are in fact somehow responsible for the current state of […]Read More “Checking in”