My First Trip to India [VIDEO]

05. May 2017 Travel 0
My First Trip to India [VIDEO]
I’ve documented almost half of my India trip on this blog, but haven’t written anything for a few months. Getting the last few days up has fallen on the back burner and I’m going to try my best to get them up over the next week. I’ve already written them when the memories were fresh, ...

Paleo Snack: Rosemary Almonds 

26. March 2017 Health 0
Paleo Snack: Rosemary Almonds 
I love almonds, so I decided to spice up my own this weekend. This recipe is really simple, total cooking time is 10 minutes.  (Note: while butter isn’t technically paleo according to a lot of people, I still use it) Ingredients  Raw almonds 1 tbsp ghee/butter or your favorite fat Salt Pepper Rosemary Red chili ...

Ray Bradbury’s Cautionary Tale

Ray Bradbury’s Cautionary Tale
I just finished reading Farenheit 451, approximately 15 years after it was assigned to me in high school. The book was written in 1953 by Ray Bradbury, inspired by several troubling trends seen by the author.  The story follows Montag, a fireman of the future, who’s job is to start rather than put out fires. ...

Best Quick Reads: January 2017

26. January 2017 Learning 0
Best Quick Reads: January 2017
This month I decided to save every article that I really enjoyed in an Evernote notebook. I’ve re-read each of these several times, and I think you’ll like them, too. If you only have time to read one, make it #5. Best thing I’ve read in a long time. 1. Identify With Nothing – Medium 2. ...

A Little Stoicism Every Morning

25. January 2017 Learning, Thoughts 0
A Little Stoicism Every Morning
This year I’m reading a book by Ryan Holiday, called The Daily Stoic. The way it works is every morning, you read one page and really digest its message. I liked the idea so I’ve been giving it a go this year.  It’s the second book I’ve read by Holiday. The Obstacle is the Way ...

Becoming an American

23. January 2017 Thoughts 0
Becoming an American
Last Friday, I became a US citizen. Yes, coincidentally, it was the same day that Donald Trump was sworn in as President – January 20th, 2017. I was one of the last people who became a citizen under President Obama’s tenure. It was the culmination of over a decade of work, started by my parents ...

Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day Has Passed

21. January 2017 Thoughts 0
Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day Has Passed
January 17th. That’s annual “Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day.” It’s the day many people decide to stop bettering themselves and go back to the status quo. Not me. I’m reinvigorated. I wanted to run a mile every day, and I’m upping the ante. I’m going further and walking after. I’m meditating daily. I’m adding more time ...

Oscars 2017 Watch List

19. January 2017 Thoughts 0
Oscars 2017 Watch List
I like movies. Everyone in my family does. So before the Oscars each year, I try to watch a majority of the nominees. This year’s nominees haven’t been selected yet, but there’s always an inclination as to what will be up for an award. Here are eleven movies I’m trying to see before the event ...