In lieu of my recent move back to Memphis from New Orleans (since I’m subleasing my room in NOLA to another Venture for America fellow for a couple months in order to save some money), I wanted to share this story I wrote about Memphis in 2016. Although I have many more extensive thoughts onContinue reading “Day #13: Why I will keep coming back to Memphis”
Reflection on my b’nai mitzvah from 11 years ago.
No one ever really knows what they want to be when they grow up.
Read about the first 10 days of my 30 day blogging challenge.
Read about how PayPal’s offering of cryptocurrencies is shaking up the industry.
I’ve never been someone to talk much about politics at all, especially publicly. I was raised by my parents to not talk about religion or politics with other people because it might lead to disagreements or arguments. It was a faux pas and something I did my best to keep to myself. While I’m notContinue reading “Day #8: Vote”
Read about how and why I started a morning routine.
Read notes on the podcast episode of Guy Raz on the Tim Ferriss Show.
* This article was originally published in the FSView in 2017. Since I’m still figuring out how to incorporate this challenge into my daily routines, I wanted to at least get something out there that I think is bearable to read! Hope you enjoy this throwback to B.C. (Before COVID) days. * Sometimes you justContinue reading “In second year, Okeechobee still looking for place amongst festivals”
Read about the idea of Fire Bullets, then Cannonballs from Jim Collins and how I’ve used it before.