I don’t drink alcohol much. If I do, it’s an occasional glass of wine or for a special event. Instead, I find myself gathering, collaborating and meeting over coffee. Most of us do (especially those who use coffee shops as meeting spots). I recently began collaborating with David Sherry and even tho

Today’s City Guide is brought to you by Katherine Lightner! Oxford, England, is a city steeped in culture and history, famous for its University, its creation of world leaders, and its dreaming spires.  Authors like J.R.R. Tolkien, Lewis Carroll, and C.S. Lewis spent many years here honing their craft, i

I read this article on the flight home from Hawaii. Read it. Then come back here. My favorite line was the last: “My space is small. My life is big.” I read it at the best possible moment of my life. I was so open to it. I had just spent way too much money […]

We recently spent 9 days in Hawaii (Oahu to be exact) and I thought I’d share a little bit about what I packed. This trip really snuck up on me. I didn’t really prep or go shopping at all. I didn’t check the weather and I didn’t even ask my parents (who were there last […]

Okay that was a super lame blog title but oh well. After having spent time in Jamaica and Hawaii (all within 5 months) – I actually think that chill pills do exist. The people that I encountered on both islands exuded a certain attitude that totally got me hooked. Things like: Authentic enthusiasm to gree

While I’m catching up on emails, projects and sleep…you’ll be seeing a few posts filled with photos from Hawaii. I snapped a lot of photos of my siblings while we were there (How could I not? They’re gorgeous!) They bring so much joy into our lives and I felt lucky to have spent so much

We’re back from Hawaii and I feel like I have so much to share. I took a longer break from blogging before our trip. Now I’m ready to be creating again. Sharing again. And gosh I’m so excited to be home for entire month. I’m sort of delirious from jet-lag (ugh redeye flight out of [&hell

Not long ago my wife came home bearing a marvelous gift of blue cheese–my love language is cheese–and I began plotting how I would put it to use. It didn’t take me long to decide on pasta sauce after being inspired by a wonderful Italian cook from my recent trip to the Belizean island Caye [&h

I’ll get straight to the point. I’ve been having a hard time lately. I’ve been struggling with a few things and while I have no real reason to be complaining…I like to be real. I become fearful of being someone on the Internet that only pushes forth a shallow/fluffy life. So here’

If you haven’t visited my newest blog, Considering You, yet…you really should. Mary and I launched it a couple weeks ago and we’ve been having SO much fun. We’ve already posted and discussed juicing, vitamin D, magnesium, recipes, health tips + MORE. Yesterday we announced that we’

I recently connected with 100 Cameras! They envision a world where marginalized children are empowered to renew their communities by sharing their perspectives with a global audience. They empower children to document their lives through photography. 100% of the money from the children’s purchased prints

We’re traveling for half of the month of March so I decided to try 3 new things that I could do…anywhere: Practice yoga daily. Even if it’s for 10 minutes in our bedroom, on the beaches of Hawaii or attending my first ever class here in Columbus. My friend Jess inspired me to start trying [&he