April 22, 2018

What is This Blog?

I write about my interests. As of right now, that is really about the gist of it! I’ve wanted to start a blog for a long time. However, I never really thought I had anything worth sharing. And, honestly, not much has changed. One thing that has changed, though, is my perspective no whether or not that matters. Turns out, it doesn’t. But something does… I have a confession: I hated writing papers in high-school. Read more

April 12, 2018

The Fisher Space Pen

The Fisher Space Pen is an interesting little pen. Smaller than my Kaweco Sport, it could literally fit anywhere. Which makes sense for an everyday carry inspired pen. After a recent rip to Seattle, I wanted a nice pen that was easy to travel with, and decided to pick one of these up. I thought I would share my thoughts for anyone else that might be thinking about picking on of these up as well. Read more

April 9, 2018

Spinning Up a Hugo Blog /2

Part 2: Installing Hugo Intro Alright, so you’re excited about creating your new website and you’re excited to give Hugo a try. Fair enough! Let’s jump right into it! A couple things to note, though, before we get started. If you are looking for the simplest and quickest way to get Hugo up and running, look no further than Hugo’s own docs. They are fairly easy to read, and are great if you’re just looking to get into it as quickly as possible. Read more

April 7, 2018

The Fountain Pen Experiment /3

On Paper Lately at work I’ve been running into a bit of a predicament. You see, being a picket pen, I bring my Kaweco Sport with me every day. I’ve grown quite font of that little pen, and have started bringing it with me almost everywhere, along with my tiny little bullet journal. However, at work, I use these branded notepads to take notes on. At first, I thought that the Kaweco was the issue. Read more

March 31, 2018

The Bullet Journal

Trying That Bullet Journal Thing There is no question that we live in a time when having a handwritten planner is not the norm. In fact, for a long time, I thought my mother was simply wasting her time and money on a yearly planner, going through the process of keeping a physical planner is tedious and the cost of a planner is certainly more than the to-do app on your phone. Read more

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