COVID-19 Diary – week 3

Still isolating. Still healthy. Still thinking random thoughts. Still thankful for the situation we’re in. Very little disruption in our lives in general. Still thankful for purchasing a Peloton last year. The exercise outlet has been very helpful I love seeing stories from lots of people I know getting dogs Read more…

COVID-19 Diary – week 2

More random thoughts I’ve been thinking during my second full week of self-isolation, quarantine, social distancing, or whatever. Flatten that curve, baby. Stay home, stay healthy, don’t spread the disease! I’m constantly reminded how much my own personal life hasn’t really changed while the entire world seems to be changing Read more…

COVID-19 Diary – week 1

Just some random thoughts I’ve been thinking during my first full week of self-isolation … quarantine … social distancing … or whatever. I’m just trying to flatten the curve, stay healthy, and keep others healthy too. I’m very grateful for our first responders, teachers, police, and firefighters for the service Read more…

2020 Annual Axiom

I’ve never been a big resolutions person. I’d set them (sometimes), but wouldn’t really fully commit to them. Then I read about “My Three Words” from Mike Vardy at the Productivityist. This is a concept in which you define three guiding words for your year. These words help you decide Read more…

Project 365

In case you’re new around here, I do this little thing called a “Project 365“. You can find all my photos from this year (2019) on write.as with the #project365 tag.

Note: I recently moved to using write.as for blogging because it’s such a simple interface and uses Markdown. I’ll likely keep it … but we’ll see.

Every year I have friends ask if I’m still going to do one next year. Turns out 2019 was the fourth year I’ve done a Project 365. Daaaang. So at this point, it’s such a habit for me, I’m not sure I can stop. So, I thought I’d share my past projects and my “process” in case anybody else wants to join me. (more…)

Choose to Create

Earlier this year I read “Digital Minimalism” by Cal Newport. I already had suspicions, but that book really opened my eyes to how much time I wasted er, spent browsing content on the interwebs. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, newsfeeds, etc. The endless scrolling … As directed in the book, I did Read more…

Inktober 2019

Oh yeah, I have a blog! I’ve been wanting to (re)develop my artistic side. I used to enjoy doodling and just creating stuff. Over time, as life and work have gotten in the way, I stopped creating anything. Blerg. Humans need to create dammit! It hit me about a week Read more…