The Good & Bad of Goals, and the Danger of the Word “Someday”

Today’s the last day of my 4 day weekend. With my new job, it might be a long time before I have an entire weekend off again. I’ve been thinking about how to spend this final day – what tasks I’ll push off to tomorrow or next weekend. It occurred to me that over the past year, I used the Read More …

Summaries of Days 13 & 14 – Stoners, Punks, & Values

Over the past three days, I’ve done a lot of thinking about what my life will look like after this trip is over. I think I’ve made considerable progress. And I might have a stoner chick to thank for the idea that sparked my imagination. Route Updates For all the miles and hours I’ve logged over the past two days, Read More …

Spartan Envy

As Joshua Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are fond of saying, minimalism is not a radical lifestyle – it is a tool. Take any two people who identify as minimalists, and you’re likely to see two very different lifestyles. There is no right way to be a minimalist, and minimalism is not a competition to see who can own the least Read More …

My Plan for Life After Retirement

In March 2016, I paid off the second of my three student loans. As I described in my earlier post, it was time for me to start figuring out a plan for what I would do after retiring from law. I knew with total conviction of what I did not want to do. I wanted nothing more to do with law, Read More …