Summer Project

Living in the Pacific Northwest, unless you are wildly lucky or gloriously wealthy chances are you do not have a large backyard. We are apparently neither, so our “yard” has been transformed into more of a garden which I have come to thoroughly enjoy. We have for several years pondered Read more…

A night at the ballpark?

As of the writing of this article, attendance looks like this: This marks a measured decline for three consecutive years, which for any baseball lover is somewhat concerning. There have been several articles discussing the declining attendance in major league baseball as of late. Bad weather, ticket prices, and several Read more…

Tesla Literally returns hours of your life back

After owning a Tesla for ~8 months now, I can hardly count the number of times since then I have had to fill up a tank of gas with our other family vehicle. However, the other day I did, and while doing so I was struck by the revelation that every second I stood at the gas pump waiting for the tank to fill up was a small sliver of my life I would never get back.

Read Every Day!

This past weekend I accomplished one of my primary goals for 2018, and finished reading my 10th book for the year. I have my entire life struggled with being extremely frustrated with reading so slowly it has halted my desire, so this was a big one. As a brief retrospective Read more…

The Selfish Gene

As part of my goals for 2018 I’m on a quest to read 10 books. In the interest of diversifying and trying to also better myself, I have tried mightily to balance fiction, non-fiction and business/technology into the mix of books. Most recently after a very exciting career change I Read more…