This is the third time I have wrote out this post…

…so let’s just try to get through this.

My goals of are to provide a single place for many things.

I want to be able to efficiently and clearly share:

  • Experiences
    • blog posts
    • photos
    • stories
  • Photos
    • more photos
    • seemingly pointless photos
    • or important photos
    • with a story
    • or without a story
    • but with meaning
  • Links
    • resources – possibly an archive for my bookmarks
  • Podcast
    • I’ve listened too with a reviews
    • groupings of relevant or similar podcast presented in an order to topics can be understood
  • Projects
    • completed and inprogress
  • My work
    • old
    • current
    • new
    • future ideas

There is a certain vulnerability that comes with sharing your work, thoughts and habits with the world, especially in the modern era. Like, oh no, what will a potential employer think? Obviously this can have potentially unforeseen consequences but I believe the net positive outweighs the potential negative. I don’t want potential negatives to get in the way of the benefit that can be had from sharing. With that being said, I will attempt to avoid perfection (likely obvious) in the attempt to openly invite you into my world. Let the fun begin.

Listened To: Motley Fool Money: The End of Earnings Guidance?

The end of this podcast has an interview with Randi Zuckerberg. Randi talked about her new book, Pick Three: You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day) The 5 things are “Work, Sleep, Family, Fitness, or Friends.” Randi says we should pick three of the five options to keep a better balance of our lives. I think this is an interesting idea because we all have a limited amount of time in the day and trying to do everything can just leave us focused on the next thing instead of living in the moment. Randi intentionally left the categories broad allowing the reader to decide how their goals fit in. I think using the “Pick Three” methodology can help in being more intentional and effective without stretching too thin.

Check out the episode here: