If I had taken my own advice, I would have thought, "tech problems are fixable! I should fix them ASAP so they don't drain my energy, and I get the benefits of having tech that works properly." Of course, I didn't. Read more about why you should invest in your own #DigitalSelfCare
What do a camel, a mermaid, and an awesome job opportunity have in common? You'll have to read this post to find out, chock full of tips, gifs, puns and more!
You might be thinking... my org has a crummy data culture! We are crabby, confused, chaotic, critical, and resource-constrained! How do we get curious, collaborative, clear and celebratory? Read on for some tried and true strategies!
Special guest "Axolotl Questions" aka my mom (!!!!) comes to the Spreadsheet Whisperer with a question about how to organize poems for her upcoming research project.
Why social movement organizations need spreadsheet champions as one of many important roles to play! Plus, the first time I tried (and failed) to learn VLOOKUPs.
I think I stumbled upon an Excel "bug" (gasp!!) when I was combining SUMIF formulas plus sorting alphabetically. @___@ This is a new one, grasshoppers and honeybees! Sit down, buckle in, and enjoy the ride - we're gonna get technical with some formulas and explore what to do when you get real confused.
Last week, we said goodbye to my grandfather. Here are some reflections on his legacy and what he taught me about technology.
Slicers, Subtotals, Tables, Ranges, Sort criteria, OH MY. We've got it all in this post about dealing with frustration, solutions, and spreadsheet empowerment.
Imagining a database model that puts social justice campaigners in the center. Join me?