Nah. Just not interested.
I’m on day 6 of “backgate”. the mysterious malady that’s disabled my lower back since right before my birthday BBQ and these several days after.
During that time, I received numerous suggestions of what to do. … Read the rest
Gee, I sure hope not!
The final day of shared self-reflection on my (now willing to admit) interesting life. We pick up from where we were yesterday, fired at the nadir of the financial crisis of 2009.
Nobody wants me… Read the rest
Installment three of my reflecting on interesting times in my life focuses on post-graduation and the angst associated with trying to find a job.
First thing to mention: get a useful degree. Advertising was fun, but practically of so little … Read the rest
Or, I wonder how many post titles he can come up with using the word “wonder”.
Moving on from my youth, my teen years were marked by a life-changing event: I was now old enough to become gainfully employed.
Of … Read the rest
Which can also be read as “I wonder how he got to be like that”.
In the first installment of my series of self-reflective posts about how I’ve led an interesting life after all, we begin at the beginning.
It’s … Read the rest
I’ve spent a good part of this blog proposing the idea, only half tongue-in-cheek, that I am the most uninteresting man in the world (playing off the Dos Equis ads).
In moments of honest self-reflection, I note that I’ve actually … Read the rest
Money can’t buy you happiness.
If you need proof, check out Donald Trump and me.
Ever since he began campaigning (to be honest, I never paid attention to him before then), I’ve been wondering what was driving Mr. Trump’s ultra-sensitivity … Read the rest
Well. That answers that.
In all likelihood, “that” has always been the answer.
No, you’re not coming in on the middle of a conversation. Or, perhaps, in some ways, you are. It’s a long-running debate I’ve been having and even … Read the rest
It’s amusing to use my horoscope sign to explain some of my more contradictory traits.
For example, how I have a degree in Advertising and another in Accounting. How I can create complex macro-driven workbooks at the same time as … Read the rest
After nearly a two-year vacation, the beard is back!
Well, okay, probably still a couple of weeks before it can be called a full beard, as I’m just passing stubble phase right now, but, yeah, it’s on its way.
First … Read the rest