Here’s a dish that I’ve been making a lot lately. I mean, I’ve been WFH for over a year now. It’s healthy and relatively easy to make. BTW, I make this all the time but decided to post this recipe during my staycation. (Anyone know how I can have this not show up in the
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“We don’t remember days, we remember moments.” – I don’t know who said it Shout out to all my readers! I hope you are all staying healthy, safe, and sane. It’s been a while since my last post and since we’re coming to the end of Q1 I’m way overdue for an update and post.
“I thought 2020 would be the year I got everything I wanted. Now I know 2020 is the year I appreciate everything I have.” – Unknown As I sat down to write this post, I thought to myself – “What the heck am I going to write about today?”. I’m so ready for the holidays
Oh boy, I guess I didn’t think about the timing on when I was going to write this series. With Thanksgiving festivities now behind us, hopefully we didn’t spend too much on food. That’s what life does though, right? Life throws you curveballs and sometimes it just about the timing. While most of the time,
Since we’re just returning from Thanksgiving Festivities, I’ll continue my series on how I reduced spending on food in the next couple weeks. For now, here’s the first interview I’ve conducted with Nick from Illness to Ultra. I was kind of inspired by Mr. 1500’s 10 questions. I met Nick (virtually) at FinconX this year.
You’ve probably heard it before, the three things that most people spend money on each month are home expenses, transportation, and dining out. In this three part series – I’ll talk about my struggle with spending too much money on food, the challenges, and adjustments I’m making along the way. Current Factors Without looking at
Hi All. So I’m riding this momentum from attending FinconX. In reviewing and reflecting on my past blog posts, I didn’t write much in 2020. That’s surprising. There were many anxiety inducing events surrounding the global pandemic and, more recently, the US Presidential election. Oh, and we can’t forget about the murder hornets. The pandemic has turned
I didn’t even post a blog last month. Everyone in the world knows by now, that March 2020 was a whirlwind of a month for some countries, including the US. By the second week of March I was already thinking about a work from home schedule for my team due to the increasing cases of
As I take a look back over the past month, there’s a lot to reflect on. Older generations crossing that rainbow bridge. An acquaintance, close in age, succumbing to his battle with cancer. The frequent reminder that life is too short. Spend time with those close to you and/or who mean something to you. There
If you haven’t guessed by now I’m an IT professional in Silicon Valley. Hence, the name of the site. “Being in tech” can usually equate to some sort of new technology, a consumer or enterprise product, or some sort of service. Obviously not everything “tech” falls into those categories but for the sake of this