I drove over 1800 miles in the past week, and I feel like I witnessed a lot more aggressive and careless driving than usual.
I'm at the tail end of the first family Christmas vacation we've taken in three years, and it's been great.
I received an email yesterday that the Unihertz Jelly 2E smartphone I ordered on 12/23 has finally shipped.
In 2017 I learned about and got really into the concept of minimalism. Not in the artistic sense, but in the sense of removing physical and mental clutter from your life so that you are able to focus more on what truly matters.
For some time now – years – I have felt the need to be more meticulous in my time management and planning.
I'm half-way through a two-week news and social media fast. It's going just as I had hoped it would.
One last Christmas video. Despite some disappointing turns of events that prevented us from seeing some loved ones, this has been the most joyous Christmas season for me in at least three years.
One thing that smartphones excel at is video calls. Tonight – Christmas Eve – was a perfect example of this.
I took a long road trip today without using GPS navigation at all. It was a familiar route, so I didn't need to use any printed maps. But it gave me confidence that maybe I don't need GPS navigation as much as I think I do.