Week 8: a wait.
Hey friends and followers! It’s moving day! Had a busier Monday than I expected - and with less Internet connectivity - so this week’s blog post will be a little delayed. Pro: we won’t be setting up Internet for the summer in this apartment, so I’ll have lots of down time to catch up on my reading. ;) Expect a mid-week post. Thanks for following! Sara
Week 7: Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?
What’s your instant reaction to this title? I was perusing online bookstores searching for some blog inspiration (predictable!), when I came across this gem. I can’t say that I have my career sights set on working at Google in particular, but I do believe in checking out any method that might provide an advantage in the New Economy – and this is definitely...
Week 6: TED.
Technology, Entertainment, Design. I am fascinated by TED talks – I could watch them all day long (sometimes I do), and their iPad app is fantastic for taking in unlimited new ideas and inspiration anytime, anywhere. [[MORE]]This week has been filled with reading and writing for me, but not blog-related – it’s final exams week and my last week of school. As a result, this week’s...
If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.
Week 5: Open.
I know the sports world is abuzz about the Masters this past weekend and the Jays’ Home Opener game tonight, but I’m going to be discussing a different sport today: tennis.[[MORE]] A friend of mine bought Andre Agassi’s biography Open for me, and I honestly had no idea who the man on the cover was when I picked it up. I’m not a huge tennis fan, but I...
Instagram: Instagram + Facebook →
instagram: When Mike and I started Instagram nearly two years ago, we set out to change and improve the way the world communicates and shares. We’ve had an amazing time watching Instagram grow into a vibrant community of people from all around the globe. Today, we couldn’t be happier to announce that…
Fantastic TED talk. Chip Kidd on designing books.
Week 4: Now, Discover Your Strengths
There are three types of people who might be reading this blog post: those who have done their StrengthsFinder profile, those who have done their StrengthsFinder profile and also read the accompanying book, and those who have no idea what any of that means.[[MORE]] A short background for the latter group: The Gallup Organization conducted research on 198 000...