Monthly Archives: October 2016

What Halloween taught me about perfection

I’m a little bit of a perfectionist. I mean, I would prefer things to be perfect, but over the years,  I’ve learned to be happy with pretty darn good. Take my Halloween costumes. Each year around July or August, I … Continue reading

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Wanna ride bikes?!

Sometimes I forget how intimidating it is to be new at something. I rode my bike a lot when I was a kid, but I never really learned to take care of it (beyond aesthetic upgrades like spoke beads and a … Continue reading

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The Power of a Bad Man

I’ve been having a lot of feelings lately. Feelings of being completely overwhelmed by this election, and more than that, feelings of being completely overwhelmed by the mess we’re in because of ignorance, hatred, fear, prejudice, and power. On Sunday, … Continue reading

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Inbox tabs are the devil (maybe)

I’m comin’ atcha after catching up on over a month of Seth Godin’s blog posts (emailed to me daily), and simply deleting a backlog of Google Alerts and other third-party-generated notifications. How did I let it come to this? Inbox … Continue reading

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