Preparing for a solo backpacking excursion often leads you down the foothills of the internet's travel blogosphere in preparation. You read itineraries, packing lists and "MUST SEEs" at each 📍 of the trip but you rarely encounter the emotional quandary of traveling alone.Read More
Sometimes I'll write about work, other times I'll write about you. Trust that I won't ever write about my time spent on the couch (reserved only for football Sundays).
Working in real estate technology, I hear wonderful and heartwarming stories of how real estate projects will transform entire communities and cities. I learn about the master plan developers creating entirely new neighborhoods. I learn about opportunistic real estate developers who are building to catch some of the incoming or already overflowing demand of a certain neighborhood. I learn about cultural real estate pioneers who are buying up old historic properties and revitalizing them to their original beauty and allure.Read More
We all are looking for our "people." Whether you are a runner, a basketball junkie or a movie enthusiast, we are all in search of our like-minded and hobby-sharing brethren.Read More
One thing that I've started doing is capturing video of random moments during the day and then splicing out one second from one video per day in this app called 1SE. It's free to use and it's a nice quick way to document the day and leave you with an interesting momento of your past.
Here is my April video (I included a few days in March as well). Enjoy:Read More
I've been using this app called Way of Life to help track some of my habits in 2016. I started the program after a friend introduced the technology to me right before the new year and I thought it would fit perfectly into my new years resolution of being the "best version of myself". I bought the premium version of the app which allows me to track as many habits as I want (free version tracks up to 3 habits) which has helped paint a more vibrant picture of my daily trends and activities.Read More