I’m still here after six years at Automattic – and that’s due to the different work I’ve been able to do within the company.
I am so grateful to Automattic for giving me a three-month sabbatical after working for the company for five years.
Today was my last day of work and Iwon’t be back until Monday 3 January. I knew this sabbatical was coming and had been planning for it for months. That’s … Continue reading On sabbaticals and organisation
As a lead, it’s difficult to measure your work, and also to know when you’ve passed the “enough” line for the day. I’ve spent the last few months asking everyone I met about this and have learned a few things.
This book wasn’t actually on my reading list. I was listening to the Happiness podcast and the speakers were talking about setting New Year’s Resolutions – the point is that different tendencies … Continue reading Takeaways: the Four Tendencies, by Gretchen Rubin
I’m a Happiness Engineer on the WooCommerce Orion team, and have been working at Automattic for 18 months now.
I hate being late. It says “I don’t care enough about your time,” so I try very hard to be on time or even better: early. When I worked in … Continue reading The art of being on time to remote meetings
In which I cover some of how I use Toodledo and a nice little script to open the note links in a new tab.
On the 15th March 2016, I started as a WooCommerce Happiness Engineer at Automattic. What a year it has been!
I’ve never thought very much about all of the different angles around the concept of men opening doors for women. I mentally shrugged my shoulders, thanked people when they held the door for me, held the door for others and went on with my life. Sweden is very much into gender-equality, so it hasn’t come up. After a few days of having multiple men hold the door for me as a polite gesture, I’m surprised at just how surprised and startled I am by it.
Here are the slides for the WooCommerce payments in Nigeria presentation, that was given at CMS Summit 2017 on Friday 3 March 2017 in Abuja, Nigeria.
As a WooCommerce Happiness Engineer at Automattic, I spend some of my time directly helping customers. I also get to travel quite a bit, to different conferences and to meet my colleagues all over the world. I’ll focus on a day at home (just outside of Stockholm, Sweden), because the other days are anything but typical.