*7:00 am alarm goes off* He peels his eyes open to his dark room. He grabs his phone off the nightstand to silence it. There weren't many notifications from the night before, just a final score alert, and a text from his girlfriend saying "good morning." He texted her back, and proceeded to open Twitter … Continue reading Work Day Chronicles: Morning Routine
There were no TVs at his office, other than the one in the lunch room which was two floors below him. And his work computer had blocked live streaming because that one time he was watching the Lions play their Monday Night game when he was supposed to be working. It was his late night, … Continue reading Work Day Chronicles: March Madness
He looks out the third floor window from his desk. The sky was grey, it was raining, and all he could think about was the warm weather that was soon the follow. The was the middle of March, the NCAA tourney was starting to take shape, the NBA was in the home stretch, and the … Continue reading Work Day Chronicles: Boredom
There's a story from my childhood that I've always enjoyed. It's one of a child's innocence and naivety towards what makes a snack. Now, growing up, my mother did everything in her power to keep us healthy and active. We rarely had candy, pop, or sweets in our house. And looking back on it, it … Continue reading A Child’s Innocence
With the Lenten season here, so too comes the seven meatless Fridays that we endure, as we embark on this 40 day journey to Easter Sunday. Now, I could get into to whole "why there is no meat on Fridays", but this isn't that serious. So I'll save that blog for another day. I went … Continue reading School Lunch: Lent Edition
We've all seen those videos of someone at the gym, trying to show off only for it to end poorly, or doing something completely out of the ordinary and trying to pass it off as a normal exercise. We get it, you can do a back flip while holding kettlebells. So cool brah. Every day … Continue reading Gym Buffoonery
TikTok is the internets Sodom and Gomorrah. Old Testament God, do your thing.
"Next time, just wait for me"
Alright, we're switching gears here. Throughout most of my formative years (6-12 years old), I was always a little bit of a huskier kid. I ate a lot, but what growing kid didn't? A plate a food was placed in front of me, gone in a matter of seconds. I was in many different sports … Continue reading Thank You