I Bought a Selfie Ring Light

I Bought a Selfie Ring Light

I bought a selfie ring light over the weekend. It’s an inexpensive thing that clips on your phone and provides better lighting for pictures. The $14.99 it set me back isn’t a hefty price, but I’m questioning the life choices that brought me to this moment. Let’s rewind. I never understood selfies. Taking pictures of…

People Found in an Airport Lounge at 7 am on a Thursday

People Found in an Airport Lounge at 7 am on a Thursday

Airport lounges are a thing of wonder. Compared to the overabundance of noise and chaos that are most airports, lounges are another world. A world full of opulence and amenities and calm. Peaceful, serene, calm. Each airport lounge is filled with a cast of characters ready for The Breakfast Club. Or maybe Pitch Perfect? They’re…

Work Like a Dog

Work Like a Dog

Sometimes we get busy, like really busy. So busy that it’s difficult to think, let alone be productive. But fear not because there is a lot we can learn from our four-legged friends. While working from home recently, I’ve exhaustively studied my pooch, Mac. He taught me to be more productive and I want to…

A Comprehensive List of Everyone Still Using Facebook

A Comprehensive List of Everyone Still Using Facebook

Are you considering deleting Facebook? Are you fearful you’ll miss out on something amazing if you wipe the account from your life? Fear no more, dear reader! I’ve conducted exhaustive research and compiled an extensive list of every demographic still using Facebook. If you identify with any group on the list, stick around. If not,…

I’m a Slave to My Wrist

I’m a Slave to My Wrist

Two weeks ago I took advantage of a Target sale and picked up an Apple Watch for $85 off. It was an impulsive purchase. We went to Target so my wife could purchase one. She had been thinking about it for some time and thought it would help her be more active. She planned. I…

Remembering My First Time

Remembering My First Time

I sat wearing nothing but my boxer-shorts and a heavy coat of anxiety. This date had been circled on my calendar for awhile and the anticipation was palpable. The morning of, I had called my dad to ease my nerves and quiet my fears. “It will all be fine.” While I knew everything would go…