Mar 31, 2015 — Life · Work

My Daily Routine

Yesterday, Cameron Moll posted an interesting discussion on Designer News and asked for others to share their daily routines. It was a fun exercise and wasn’t something I had ever written out before. Here’s how…

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Mar 14, 2015 — Advice · Life

Live Like Your Days Are Numbered

I’ve never been fond of the phrase “Live like there’s no tomorrow.” I can appreciate the idea of enjoying life and making the most of your time but there’s gotta be a better way of saying…

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Apr 07, 2014 — Life

The Rock Collection

On my office desk sits a jar filled with rocks, none of which are rare or have any monetary value. Whenever my wife and I travel, we find a pocket-sized rock, tote it back home,…

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Feb 12, 2014 — Advice · Life · Work

Choose Your Role Models Wisely

I’m a proud husband and father, two roles I gladly devote a lot of my time to. I’m a homeowner and self-proclaimed mechanic as well—another way of saying I’m always fixing something. My family and…

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Jul 03, 2013 — Inspiration · Life

What I Learned From Blind Camp

In the summer of 2002, I was a counselor at a camp for children who were blind or visually impaired. My mother, Patty, helped form the organization and was also camp chef (affectionately known by…

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Nov 13, 2006 — College and Internships · Life

Perseverance is King

I’ve been known to advocate the importance of using your natural talents to propel you through life. Our innate strengths are often what we use most, mainly because they are the things that come easy…

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Oct 16, 2006 — Life · Music

Iron Maiden

I flew to Maryland this past weekend and drove to New Jersey with my brother to see Iron Maiden. Opening band was Bullet for My Valentine and they weren’t too bad for a group I’d…

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Sep 26, 2006 — College and Internships · Life

Home Stretch

It’s senior year. My room is a single the size of a double with space for way more crap than the Jeep could haul. Maybe next weekend I’ll grab the mountain bike and sneak in…

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Jul 21, 2006 — Advice · Freelance · Life

Input Equals Output

The importance of balancing work and life is one of those lessons that can’t be learned soon enough. This past semester of college, freelance work really took off and I was fortunate to gain some…

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