Links I Love: February 16, 2020

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy :) CAREER / BUSINESS How to Attract Google-Level Talent Without a Google-Level Name. (Under 30 CEO) How to future-proof your career path in 2020 (and beyond). (Fast Company) Zappos has quietly backed away from holacracy. (Quartz) The Grooming Gap: What “Looking the Part” Costs Women. (In These Times) How the ‘Bachelor’ Franchise {Read More}

Weekend Recap: Zach’s Cabin Birthday Tradition

This weekend kicked off pretty late, as I was at my company’s Advisory Leadership conference in San Diego Wednesday through Friday, and didn’t get home until 6:30 p.m. on Friday. Unfortunately, due to some delayed flights, that meant I was late for dinner with my friends Chris and Mark. Plus, although it had been sunny and beautiful in San Diego (enough where I got to go yachting with some coworkers!), I landed in Denver to find a snowy mess that {Read More}

What I Read in January 2020

I kicked off my reading year with some odd circumstances – one night where I had insomnia and literally read three books, and then the rest of the month where I was too busy / stressed to read much. To hit my annual goal of reading 100 books, I should have read 8.5 books in January; I closed the month with 6. Honestly, with how much I’ve had going on, I’m happy with that! 5 stars: Super Pumped: The Battle {Read More}

Links I Love: February 9, 2020

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy :) CAREER / BUSINESS Present From The Head Of The Table. (Feld Thoughts) Now Is the Perfect Time to Start Letting People Work From Home. (Gizmodo) Visa Is Considering a Hike on Swipe Fees—and It Doesn’t Bode Well for Retail. (Morning Brew) A.I. Comes to the Operating Room. (New York Times) Ikea {Read More}

Weekend Recap: Superbowl Sunday in Vail

This weekend wasn’t quite as restful as it probably should have been – but I packed a lot into another weekend in the mountains! I got home from Atlanta late on Thursday night, and tried to pack up a bit so I’d have an easier time getting out on Friday morning. On Friday, I took a few calls from home, then a few from the road as I drove out to Minturn, stopping to grab a sandwich on the way. {Read More}

Links I Love: February 2, 2020

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy :) CAREER / BUSINESS A Bigger Shovel: Six Ways Being Too Good at Your Job Can Hurt Your Career. (Laura Stack) Nordstrom Triples Its Resale Offering. (Morning Brew) Inside a DTC brand founder’s personal approach to gathering feedback. (Glossy) As Greeting Card Sales Decline, Hallmark Is Rethinking Its Business. (Morning Brew) PRODUCTIVITY {Read More}

Weekend Recap: Beaver Creek Culinary Weekend

This weekend was much better than the last – it was packed! And full of food, wine, and fun with friends :) I got home reasonably early on Thursday from a trip to New York… and was on the same flight as my friend Sara! It was fun to catch up walking through Denver Airport when we landed, and we ended up making plans to meet up on Friday for lunch and to catch up further. On Friday, I knocked {Read More}

Links I Love: January 26, 2020

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy :) CAREER / BUSINESS When the Surgeon Is a Mom. (New York Times) The Persistent Myth of Female Office Rivalries. (Harvard Business Journal) The Critical Business Relationships Most Women Overlook. (Forbes) Why Don’t Women Self-Promote As Much As Men?. (Harvard Business Journal) Bringing your whole self to work is a bad idea. {Read More}

Weekend Recap: Regrouping

I have been really stressed lately – and unfortunately, this weekend that all came to a head. On Thursday night, despite a delay in my first flight out of Charlottesville, Virginia (where I went for a recruiting trip and got to relive some nostalgia and once again enjoy one of the best meals of my life at The Flat creperie), I made my connection and got home on time. Good thing, because when I landed at Denver Airport, my coworker / friend {Read More}

Why I Love Peloton – Recapping My 100th Ride

Although I haven’t done a full post on it till now, my love for Peloton has shown up throughout my weekend recaps and on my social media over the last few months. Last night, I hit my “century ride” (100 classes) – and I got to do the ride live in the studio in New York! My Peloton Journey / Setup Stepping back… I first got into Peloton last spring, when I was in New York for a project for {Read More}