A few pictures from my journey down to Lewiston with a friend. It’s such a beautiful city; thankful to call Idaho home!
In September, 2019 I began writing a novel. One thousand words per day, six days per week. By Thanksgiving the manuscript was complete. The next day I started a second novel, and completed the manuscript this week. I stuck to a plan suggested by Stephen King in On Writing, and have found it works well… Continue reading On Writing Daily
Bloomberg today shared a report that Apple may be considering opening up third party apps as the default options on the iPhone. This would be a welcome change. There are a number of instances where I switch between the default Apple app and a competitor: Pandora vs Apple Music vs Shopify Google Maps vs Apple… Continue reading Default third-party apps for iOS
Writing for me has become a creative outflow to process my thoughts. Sometimes it means taking the time to write something out in order to better understand a thing and process it. At other times it means spending that time to write out the thing I wish I could read, that I wish someone else… Continue reading On Writing
My process for buying a new product is, from an outsider’s perspective, rather slow and uncertain. I often spend months thinking about a product and trying to figure out the best way to incorporate it into my personal or work life. My new office chair was no exception. For six months I researched chair options,… Continue reading A new office chair that makes me sit correctly