October 4, 2015
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman
This weekend my mom and I had the pleasure of attending the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop at Silver Bay. BOW is an international program that focuses on educating and helping women become self-sufficient through outdoors-related skills. It’s a beautiful program with experienced instructors (who donate their time), enthusiastic volunteers, and amazing women from across the country.
September 20, 2015
Adirondack Balloon Festival 2015
Yesterday morning mom and I woke up at 4:45 to catch the morning launch.
September 5, 2015
South Yokun Ridge
Today we visited Olivia’s Overlook and then hiked the South Yokun Ridge in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
August 23, 2015
Kings Highway Barrens
We crossed trail #9 of the Albany Pine Bush Preserve off the list .
August 15, 2015
lunr.js and Jekyll
I recently spent some time hooking up a Jekyll site with lunr.js. Lunr.js is a full text client-side search engine and it works rather well. It took me a few tries to understand how lunr works and then translate that into a Jekyll site (I had some help from this post) so here’s a walk through of I how got it all connected.
August 8, 2015
Normanskill Farm Bridge
We visited the Normanskill Farm Bridge, also known as the Whipple Cast and Wrought Iron Bowstring Truss Bridge and took the yellow brick road.
June 19, 2015
What I learned after working remote for 1 year
Shower and change your clothes often (or daily even) Your significant other (who also works from home) isn’t your coworker — respect their time. Leave the house (even if it’s to aimlessly walk around Jo-Ann Fabrics). Don’t do house chores during work hours (because you’ll never remember to fold the laundry). Don’t do work hours during downtime (because you’ll never stop working). Have a special lunch at least once a week (order out, grill a hot dog). Hang out with your friends. Ping your coworkers just to say, Hey! Build a tabletop for the treadmill and walk 5 miles every morning1: This is how I survived winter. ↩