I am currently sitting in the back of my 1987 Vanagon as I wait for Lindsey to show up. I love working out of the vans, as you may have seen in a recent Instagram post. They are one of my happy places and have created so many great memories for our family. They … Continue reading Lessons Learned: 1987 VW Vanagon
I was pestering Lindsey, my wife, for a hair cut tonight, she is a hair stylist by training hence the salons we used to own, and she told me my word for 2018 should be patience. I didn’t know I needed a word for the year but then I got to thinking and she is … Continue reading Patience: My Word for 2018
When I wrote the “No Rest Workout” post I had the epiphany that not getting rest might be the bigger problem with working out than worrying about maximizing every second. I had always taken working out for granted prior to being a Dad. Whether it was going for a run or a pickup game of … Continue reading Workout With No Rest
I had an unfortunate incident this morning where my daughter had jumped off the counter on to me and my phone rang at the same time, I know what you are thinking, keep your kid off the counter. If you know how to achieve that then let me know! Anyway, she is in my arms … Continue reading Backing Up
It’s that time of year where we all spend too much money on the people we love, usually buying them stuff they really don’t need but it sure is fun to have something to open! This is also the time of year that is hardest for those that have the least. With my various companies … Continue reading Giving Back!
There are a lot of ways a post with this title could go but this one is quite literal. We have been out of power for almost 24 hours now and not sure when it will be back on. Due to some crazy weather, power is out all around us so we could be in … Continue reading No Power
This is not a post about Disneyland but the roller coaster caused by the way business comes in waves. Every industry has their busy time of year which can be somewhat predictable. For construction I know that generally things start to build up in spring and build through the summer generally peaking in August and … Continue reading Riding the Roller Coaster