Inspiration for this post light-heartedly comes from "10 Things Productive People Do Before 10 a.m." on the Ms. Career Girl blog. #1. Wake up early Like really early. 2am in the fucking middle of the night early. That's right. And they don't even have to set an… Continue Reading '10 Things Productive Parents Do Before 10 a.m.'
I'm going to try something crazy. I'm going to try and type a blog post while watching my 2 year old son. I should follow that up with "watching him destroy the already messy kitchen as he unpacks dirty dishes from the dishwasher I was trying to fill moments… Continue Reading 'Crazy for trying'
A recent article on parents in Silicon Valley splashed through my twitter account and hooked me in to reading it. It danced around an idea that some workplaces play in to: Parents are worse employees than non-parents. They're less flexible ("can't stay late boss, gotta pick up the kids… Continue Reading 'Are Parents Worth the Price?'
Shower thoughts. They're the best, aren't they? The time to be alone, go through a rote routine, and just let your mind wander while warm water pours over your body. Back in May of 2015, I had been ruminating on starting a podcast for a month or so, but couldn't… Continue Reading 'Parents of the tech industry unite! Right after the kids get to bed...'
4:30am - Wake up, get baby out of crib, hand baby to wife 4:40 - Take sleeping baby and veeeeery carefully put him back in crib 5:05 - Finally fall back asleep 5:10 - Wake up and get baby out of crib, hand baby to wife… Continue Reading 'My early morning wake-up routine'
1. Start small, real small 2. The first year or two will be filled with a lot of work and only a little reward 3. Chasing your dreams is really, really inconvenient 4. Some days you just don't want to chase your dreams 5. Grow your dream a little bit… Continue Reading '10 lessons parenthood has taught me about chasing my dreams'
I recently had a discussion with someone regarding how my son basically exists right now to destroy and get in the way of everything I try and build up. Okay, it's not that bad, but the point was that I couldn't get anything done as a "team" without… Continue Reading 'Objectives, Priorities and Three-year olds'