• Posted: October 17, 2019
  • Time to Read: 5 minutes
  • Word Count: 1059 words
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Alice in Wonderland: Thoughts and Memories on a Classic of Literature

It is fair to say that I am a little obsessed with Alice in Wonderland. This classic of children’s literature is my favorite of the genre. I’ve loved it for a long time. Before I knew that Lewis Carroll was just a pen name for the mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. I do want to say […]

  • Posted: September 19, 2019
  • Time to Read: 2 minutes
  • Word Count: 456 words
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Celebrating the Life of Alan Turing (Mathematical Cross Stitch Pattern)

I had the pleasure of visiting Bletchley Park this year. The home of the WWII code breakers. I got to see the work and legacy of one of my favorite mathematicians, Alan Turing. What I remember most about Alan Turing from my visit was his Teddy Bear. You see, as an adult Turing bought a […]

  • Posted: June 8, 2019
  • Time to Read: 5 minutes
  • Word Count: 1094 words
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Interview with Life Through a Mathematician’s Eyes

One of my favorite blogs to read is Life Though a Mathematician’s Eyes. I was fortunate when the author decided to do a collab with me! I am so honored! Below is my interview with the author. Bio: I am a professional mathematical concept disrupter who believes that the study of mathematics is like air […]

  • Posted: May 30, 2019
  • Time to Read: 4 minutes
  • Word Count: 871 words
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10 Personal Mathematical Myths Undermining My Self Confidence

Mathematical myths are common and when we don’t refute them they become more prevalent. There are people traumatized by mathematics and I am one of them. The wounds come from my own negative self beliefs. People around me reinforced these ideas in my head. So for many years, I believed that I was bad at […]

  • Posted: April 18, 2019
  • Time to Read: 7 minutes
  • Word Count: 1438 words
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My Exciting Trips to London and the Solemn Knowledge I Earned

Today I want to focus on my recent trips to London. They represent some of the most significant moments of my life. I am grateful that I’ve had the means to visit other countries.

For the past few years, I’ve been working on research around writing a biography of G.H. Hardy. Hardy is a far cry from the socially awkward and shy man he appears as in anecdotes. When I look at his actions, his writing, his friendships… I can only think of him warmly.