The New versus the Routine.

After living on the road for so long, we’ve acclimated to spending a large chunk of time planning the next phase of the trip. From where we were going to stay, to whom we were going to see, and what we were going to do, we’ve been in hyper-planning...

It’s Only a First Draft.

On this journey of visiting new places every two to three weeks, we’ve developed a few guidelines. One of the guidelines is to consider the first time visit a first draft. If it’s great, that’s fantastic. If it needs a revision, then we give ourselves the grace to...

How Will a Year Change You?

My wife Amois and I talked a lot about how this year-long, cross-country trip would change us. We imagined how different and wiser we’d be when we finally returned back to Oregon. It’s nearly 14 months later, and we’re now on Portland’s...

When the Landing Gear is Out.

The landing gear is out. I’m not sure I’m ready for the homestretch, that last bit of the race when I can see the finish line. I’m noticing the little things that I truly enjoy about this phase of life. I’m going slower and enjoying the process from a perspective of...

The Next Step.

When setting out on a journey, especially the entrepreneurship journey, there’s a temptation to have each next step laid out in perfect clarity. But it’s a trap that leads to procrastination. It’s only when you take a step that you gain the vantage...
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