Last year, we moved across the country from Orlando to Salt Lake City. Before we reached this decision, I researched other companies, looked at other jobs and interviewed other places. In the end, I had to make the decision: is the extra money worth it?
The minimalist aesthetic isn't as cheap as it looks. There are a number hidden costs to owning fewer things. Living in a minimalist house requires more investment than you might know.
For the next 3 months, I'm planning to focus on exploring Utah, monetizing Minafi and increasing traffic. Rather than setting monthly goals, the hope it to use these for a quarter. Let's see how it goes!
For March, I concentrated on trying public transportation in Salt Lake City to see if I enjoyed using it as part of my everyday schedule. This meant taking anywhere from 2 public legs to 7 on a single day. It quickly revealed what I like and what I don't like about travel.
Whenever I visit a blog, I’m always curious what their motivation is. Partially in the Vision & Mission sense, but also what their monetary motivation is. Advertising disclosures are nice (and required), but I always love diving into others monthly income reports. Getting to see a ledger of income and expenses hits the accounting sweet spot […]
In a conversation between Warren Buffett and his Pilot, Buffett recommended a strategy to help prioritization that always stuck with me. It's simple, clean and helps get to the heart of what you should be working on. I've used this technique a number of times, and for each, it has helped me focus.
My consumption focus this past month has been all around podcasts. In the month of February, I binge listened to a backlog of a dozen or more shows. Here are some of my favorites.
I grew up in a house. After a few years in college in apartments, I quickly moved into a house after graduation. I thought that was what I wanted. After recently switching back to an apartment, I'm realizing I haven't been organizing my life around what I value most.
For March, I'm hoping to slow down and spend more time intentionally traveling. Not traveling in the distance sense, but more about how I commute and move around my own city.