And as I turned 30, I felt like I was closing the chapter on that first third of my life. I’m reborn again, in a sense. And children learn. They grow. They get better at things and find things they don’t like. That’s how I intend to start my next 30 years. Continue reading Deficiencies – The Inner Circle #8
Since starting my new job two weeks ago, I’ve learned a lot. For the past 10 years, I’ve been a … Continue reading Lessons in Woodworking – The Weekly Circle #7
Hey everyone, This is the first newsletter for me, ever! I don’t love the term ‘newsletter,’ however, so let’s call … Continue reading I’m Choosing Happiness Over Social Media – Newsletter #0
I apologize upfront if this is a bit scattered. You’ll understand why. ~ ~ ~ I got a … Continue reading Is this happy?
An awkward kid A small clique of friends, Made me feel accepted Teenage years a wreck Drifting between groups … Continue reading Grew Up
I’ve been writing a lot of poetry lately, and it’s made me revisit my favorite poem. I would argue that … Continue reading My Favorite Poem
We lose our curiosity by age 12. I read that in another Medium article by Danny Forest. It’s a fantastic … Continue reading How to be an Eternal Student