Exploring Life

What does it say about our society when we applaud those who wake up at 4, 4:30, 5am to get in their “self care” — only to work themselves for the following 10-12+ hours with, often, the primary intention being to make more money or to have a greater reach into influencing society. What happens […]

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Important Information That Will Help Us Move On As Individuals & Globally

I shared this Rich Roll Podcast episode with Zach Bush on Logan Kinei and Observing Experience social media, but I know a lot of people don’t listen to podcasts – especially one that is one hour and fifty minutes. However, this topic is one of the most important things that we all need to hear […]

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Can COVID-19 Introduce Necessary Change

I want to share some thoughts on this COVID-19 global pandemic. I’m not going to talk about the disease at all or what I think people should do.  I want to talk about what this disease is bringing to light.  There are several big ideas that have stood out to me during this so far, […]

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Fear of Change

It is about 6pm on January 5, 2020.  Our last night in our home of three years in Philadelphia, but also our last night in my home of Philadelphia since 2011, and my home of the Philadelphia area since 1985.  And, whoa, I am getting hit hard with the feels in my stomach, including but […]

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We Are Moving – This Is Why

I have been longing to experience somewhere new for a while.  I grew up in South Jersey, 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia and have lived between the two ever since.  After 34 years, I am finally moving away. When I went to Penn State for undergrad, I recognized that it was not far enough of […]

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Children’s Book Reviewed by Dad: Peter Pan

Being 6 years old when Hook came out, I was a big fan, but not one of those fans that remembers all of the lines of the movie. I just liked it. However, I am not sure I fully grasped all of the nuances of the movie, even watching it when I was older.  Only […]

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Too Many People, Too Little Love

I’ve been contemplating this for a while now, and Kait and I have had many conversations about this. But it is something that I think about often, and I want to share it with you. So, here it is.  This is what I’ve been contemplating — I am going to write it how it plays […]

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Maternity Leave: A Father/Husband’s Perspective

My wife, Kait, is scheduled to return to work on November 4.  This will be about three and a half months after the birth of our son, Weston.  In the US this is considered a good maternity leave, however, it is not good enough…at all. Kait’s company offers twelve weeks of full pay maternity leave.  […]

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Travel | Charleston, SC | Part 1 of 3: Baby’s First Flight

Traveling with an 11 Week Old Baby | FIRST FLIGHT We decided to head to Charleston, SC for a few days with my parents. We were actually supposed to go to Charleston in April 2018 for the High Water Festival but we had to cancel because of a work project that had come up for […]

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