The Things I Carry : Minimalist Adventure

The Things I Carry : Minimalist Adventure

I am going to look at every item I own in my bedroom and then my home office to determine what brings me joy and value in my life and what doesn’t. This process I am going to label as “The Things I Carry” series and each post will be either about a single item or a group of items that I will catalogue and critique.

How Google Photos Changed My Life

How Google Photos Changed My Life

Today we’ll discuss how one of their many programs, Google Photos, changes my life. As I mentioned in my article about Minimalism, I was attempting to brainstorm ways to be more conscious of what I owned and used on a daily basis.

Munching on MealPal : The Good, The Bad, The Delicious

Munching on MealPal : The Good, The Bad, The Delicious

I have been using MealPal for two months

MealPal, for those of you who cook and take your leftovers to work, is a subscription based service that allows you to order food from participating restaurants in the NYC area. MealPal is a godsend for people who have the following three traits: You can’t cook, you work in NYC, you are indecisive as heck.

Landmark Advanced : The Game of Winning

Landmark Advanced : The Game of Winning

Have you ever played the Game Boy Advanced? It was this handheld console created in the early 2000s that was an upgrade from the Game Boy Color. This device was 'backward compatible' which meant that it played the games from both the Game Boy and the Game Boy Color, but it also had its own Game Boy Advanced games. 

I bring it up because not only do both the Advanced Course by Landmark and the Game Boy Advanced have the word 'advanced' in their names, but because the comparisons between the two can help you see through my eyes how I felt about the course. Yes, be prepared to learn about Landmark from a gamer's perspective. 

You should read my first entry about Landmark first before continuing.

Miami Heat : Warming the Soul, not just the Body

Miami Heat : Warming the Soul, not just the Body

I flew down to Miami this week to spend time with my family when a loved one passed away. There I discovered something about myself. I love people from afar. There's so many people that I root for as I see their struggles and their accomplishments. I love them dearly and I'm sure a majority of them are not even aware of it.