A Friday Wrap

It’s Friday, the week has been busy, but it’s great to be alive. After pulling my first all-nighter since college, which I finished a year ago this weekend, I realized that something has to give when it comes to my daily schedule. I’m grateful for the opportunity I have, to work from home as IContinue reading “A Friday Wrap”

The Business of Edcuation

My general disdain for the money made from higher education has been pretty evident, if it hasn’t, just browse through the education category over on the left. Typically my focus is on student loans, the impact that students are left to deal with in the pursuit of a decent education, but today I’m taking aContinue reading “The Business of Edcuation”

Hacks are for Hacks

You’ve probably seen the lists: Top 10 camping hacks, 14 hacks for a more organized fridge… But the thing about those lists is that they aren’t hacks! Think about it, to hack something would be to gain entrance or to break into something. You aren’t doing that with the “hacks” that you find on PinterestContinue reading “Hacks are for Hacks”

The Never Ending Honeymoon

There is no way that Paige and I are unique to this notion, but we want to know why the honeymoon should end just because it’s time to get back to work and, as everyone else is putting it, the real world? Now just over two weeks married and fresh off our trip to Japan,Continue reading “The Never Ending Honeymoon”

Riding Silent: I’m Still Here

I know the site has been really quiet since my last post, and there’s been plenty to write about, since the government shut down and everything, but unfortunately I’ve been a little busy with that whole wedding thing. So, in lieu of the darkness from the Freelance Rider, here’s a look at everything that ourContinue reading “Riding Silent: I’m Still Here”

The Art of Alienation: Photo Series

What makes something beautiful is always left to the individual, but what makes a photo great is entirely different. The strongest pieces don’t inspire happy feelings, but rather force you to question what is happening. To go a step further the question must be based on your own self reflection, and not the piece inContinue reading “The Art of Alienation: Photo Series”