Going From Dual Income To Single

This is the second month since we switched from a dual income to a single income household. We wanted to do this so that my wife could focus on studying, as her job with its random shifts was sapping her energy and killing her ability to focus. The important thing here is that we discussed it Read More

Reflecting On My School Daze

My study space is really taking shape now. Even though it’s basically a corner of the living room and my laptop is set on a dining table. I have a study board with some three-month goals written across it. I have a set of shelves with my study materials on it. And next week I have Read More

Writing About Not Knowing What To Write About

Even though I’ve been blogging for almost a year now, it’s still pretty tricky to think of something to write every day. Whenever I bring up this topic with my wife, her response is “do you really need to write every single day?”, to which my answer is no, not really. But do I want to Read More

All Of My Google Analytics Data Disappeared!

Yesterday was a reminder of how much I still have to learn about using Google Analytics. I created a new view to see my site traffic excluding my own ip and applied it. With the new view applied, the traffic coming in from sources besides my own ip were… nothing. There were absolutely no visits to Read More

Is Evernote The Holy Grail?

When I was searching for a task management solution over a year ago, I read a lot of different advice from various different sources before finally settling on Trello. I’d read about and tried Bullet Journaling, I’d used Toggl a little to track my projects, but at the time, Trello was simple enough and powerful enough Read More