Every Movie Mentioned in Movies (And Other Things) by Shea Serrano
So I just finished reading Movies (And Other Things) by Shea Serrano. It was great, but I really wish there was an index listing all of the movies mentioned in the book. There isn’t though; and since I’m an obsessive list-maker, I decided to make my own.
How to Use Downtime in iOS to Disconnect from Work
Downtime is intended for users who want to set aside time each day to ignore their phones almost entirely, save for some basic functionality (like making calls). However, the way I’m using it allows for what I’ll call “Work Downtime.” It enables me to disconnect from work without transforming my phone into a glorified paperweight.…
My Wholly Unqualified and Unscientific Oscar Predictions, 2018
I didn’t get a lot right here.
Long and Winding Roads (and Trails)
A couple weeks ago, I visited Carver Park Reserve on a whim. I walked the trails alone for a few hours and snapped a photo or two. I saw fewer than a dozen people during my visit, so I focused my shots on the landscape and the roads and trails winding through the park.
How to Wake Up Earlier (And Not Hate Yourself for It)
I used to try to squeeze in as much sleep as possible before frantically waking up, getting ready for work, and running out the door. The problem was that by the time I reached work I still hadn’t mentally prepared myself for the day. So I decided to start waking up a little earlier in…
A Week in Japan
As promised in my last post, I’m finally getting around to writing about my recent trip to Japan. The memories are still fresh, and I want to get it down before everything I did starts blending together. Below you’ll find a brief itinerary from my trip and some of the best highlights (there were many).…
Tim becomes a Tommie
If you follow me on social media (or, say, you know me in real life), you’ve heard my latest personal news: on Monday, November 13, I started a new position as Marketing Manager for the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business. After nearly three years at Mall of America, I decided to make…
Photography at the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
A little over a week ago, my parents flew to Minnesota to see my wife in a ballet performance. I took the Friday before the show off work; and on the recommendation of a friend, took my parents to the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. The Arboretum was recently named the top botanical garden in…