It’s election season which means we spammed to death by political campaigns and all politicians claim to know the answer and their party knows the right course for the entire nation to take. Of course, the reality is no answer is black and white and we all live in a grey area where no answer […]Read more "No One Knows What They Are Doing"
For the past few years, I’ve been on an analog kick and I’ve been loving printed magazines like the ones in the photo above. These aren’t traditional magazines like you find at the newsstand, instead, these are made out of high-quality materials, over 150 pages, and about a quarter inch thick. I’ve been internally debating […]Read more "A Printed Laravel Magazine?"
It’s November which means it is time for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and it’s one of those projects I’ve never participated in, but it has always intrigued me. The premise is you write a 50,000-word novel from November 1st to November 30. 1,667 words a day! That is insane to me because as I […]Read more "It’s NaNoWriMo Time Again"
I’ve tried to use Siri more and use it for common tasks but every time I feel like I get burned. Today is a prime example. I had my phone on my desk and AirPods in. When I went to get a cup of coffee I decided I wanted to listen to some different music. […]Read more "Dear Siri, I have no confidence in you"
It seems like sharing your workspace is all the rage this week and since everyone else is doing it, I figured I will too. Before I get into sharing my space I should prefix mine with a note that I change my home office a lot. I’d estimate every 90 days or so, I rearrange […]Read more "My Workspace"
How to Fight a Hydra by Josh Kaufman is a book for artists, creative professionals, and entrepreneurs with advice given through a story of a warrior learning to face their fears, learning from mistakes, and persisting through a fight with a Hydra, a mythical serpent with nine heads. I bought this book based on a recommendation […]Read more "Book Review: How to Fight a Hydra"
Field Notes are great little notebooks. You can throw them in your pocket keep, them in your car, the opportunities are limitless. Sometimes you just want the usefulness of them but in a different cover and here is a quick way of using a 12 pack box to accomplish that and make your own little […]Read more "DIY: Field Notes Cover"