Bloganuary: What’s On My Playlist Right Now

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I may have missed most of Bloganuary because of my schedule, but I could not pass this one up. There are few things I love more than creating playlists, so I have 100+. I create a playlist for summer, fall, trips, moods, and everything in between. Here’s a roundup of playlists that have been in…… Continue reading Bloganuary: What’s On My Playlist Right Now

Bloganuary: What makes me laugh?

I’m a big fan of unexpected turns and dry, observational humor. I love comedic musical theater, pop culture references, slapstick, and basic ridiculousness. I’m not a huge fan of sarcasm, pranks, or people getting hurt. Here are some examples of my favorite comedy bits. Bodega Bathroom is probably my favorite SNL skit of all…… Continue reading Bloganuary: What makes me laugh?

Failing at Adult Softball League

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It was my first time on the softball field in over a decade. My teammates were a combination of former athletes continuing to pursue their passion, twenty-somethings looking to meet new friends, and co-workers doing some team building. This was Adult Softball League: Silicon Valley Edition. San Jose’s summer was about to start and I…… Continue reading Failing at Adult Softball League

Bloganuary Begins!

I entered January like turtle on a toy train instead of a glorious speed racer, set to conquer the world. With that said, I’m finally kicking off Bloganuary a few days late! This is and initiative from that sends daily prompts to your email to get folks writing on a regular basis in January.…… Continue reading Bloganuary Begins!


AFK: This little beach town is absolutely magical. Mazunte is a small beach town about an hour away from Puerto Escondido. It’s a great side trip for those in the area. However, I would advise digital nomads double check the internet where they are staying. It was pretty spotty at my hotel, which is why…… Continue reading Mazunte

Oaxacan Coast

AFK: Took a few days off to visit Mazunte and Zipolite — beach towns on the Pacific coast of southern Mexico. 

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