As they began boarding Group 1, I pulled my essentials out of my personal item.
Living is pretty cool like that. It forces you to put things in perspective, see where you've come from, where you are, and realize that, though life has its ebbs and flows, it could always be worse and it will always get better.
Today, I'm flying from BNA to IAD to RDU. Yeah Around two hours in the air and three in the airports. Now, while I may need a nap, that is time time I can commit to getting work done and know that, for at least two of those hours, no one can bother me. Whether … Continue reading The Flight Back
Jansport backpacks are cool for school. Gym bags are great for the gym. But, as you get older, it's time to start allowing your luggage to mature. Not saying you have to purchase leather pieces. I was fortunate enough to have been gifted the three main leather pieces in the photo above. The backpack was … Continue reading The Maturation of My Luggage
I just read this great article from an online magazine I read regularly called PRSUIT about doing nothing and being ok with it. In this age of hustle and bustle, we are always so focused on do do do that we never sit down to just be in the moment and experience it. At the … Continue reading Moment of Clarity
Hey folks! I'm back in the United States! Thankfully I had automated Monday's post because I was in no position to write on Monday. In Europe, I gave you a rundown of what was going on everyday in real time. This trip, however, was so short and jam packed that I decided I would just … Continue reading In a Hong Kong Minute
Contrary to popular belief, everyone isn't an urban hipster. Everyone doesn't live in a loft, have a wild sex life, and drink lattes every morning. Everyone isn't a creative nor an entrepreneur nor a photographer nor a Crossfit enthusiast. Everyone doesn't dress like a model every day. Everyone doesn't do everything. Everyone doesn't do anything. … Continue reading Don’t Believe The Hype