Real (working from home) life moments

I’m resharing a post from late 2018 I wrote about mixing parenthood and professional development, as it feels even more timely now.


Over the past decade, I’ve negotiated remote work arrangements in between living and working in Canada, England, Ireland and Australia (and having two kids) and I’m still working remotely. I can help you improve your current remote workflow, refresh your mindset, reframe your challenges or go after new remote work opportunities, depending on your goals.Continue reading “Services”

Attending Collision Conference 2019 (with or without kids): PT 2

Maybe it’s the Irish origins of the company based in Dublin and the accompanying famous hospitable nature that sticks to most people’s memory after a visit to the country. Or perhaps Paddy Cosgrave and his team have mastered events administration city and all of the hard grafting and technical streamlining that must go on.

Refocusing offline and escaping (in real life)

Jumping on here to escape the Canadian cold and reminisce about a stopover in Lake Como spent with my Irish husband (that’s us in the pic) and Irish friend, Caroline, (she’s the photographer) before we hit up our Australian friend’s wedding in Italy. On travel: I’ve been thinking about the past few years spent asContinue reading “Refocusing offline and escaping (in real life)”

Lessons from the L-SPARK Female Founders and Funders Event

Yesterday I attended L-SPARK’s Female Founders and Funders event, along with 200+ other women and men, who were seeking local inspiration and insights during a sunny spring afternoon. The event featured opening remarks from: Erin Blaskie (@ErinBlaskie), Director of Marketing at L-SPARK Solange Tuyishime (@MissSolange), UNICEF Canada Ambassador, President of Elevate International and former MissContinue reading “Lessons from the L-SPARK Female Founders and Funders Event”