Category Archives: Epic Epicness

Inspiration often waits to show up until after you’ve given up on looking for it

Hey. *Insert witty acknowledgment of how long it has been since my last post here.* Collection of hashtags to update you on what’s been happening in my life so far in 2014 (because I know everybody loves hashtags, especially when … Continue reading

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Moving on up!

A year after taking a deep breath, quitting my corporate job and jumping into the deep end of freelance writing, I’ve finally gotten my act together and created a website for the whole thing. Continue reading

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Warrior Dash: Sesame Street edition

Over the last two years I’ve become a bit of a Warrior Dash aficionado. Ever since my first foray into the world of mud and fire-jumping in October of 2010, I’ve been hooked. Continue reading

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They like us, they really like us!

Launching our Kickstarter project was pretty nerve-wracking. I mean, we had put a TON of work into coming up with the idea, filming and editing the video, writing up the project description and words, and planning out an epic road trip. We had a blast doing it, but it would have been a little depressing if all that effort didn’t amount to anything. Continue reading

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Introducing my newest obsession: Kickstarter!

If you like postcards, road trips, great photography and pretty okay writing, you should definitely check out our project. Continue reading

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I’m pretty sure Gene Roddenberry actually did travel to the future

Ever since I first heard about 3D printing a couple of years ago, I have been completely fascinated. The idea that we can print out actual, physical, 3D objects from a printer is just too cool. These days there are plans to print everything from dinosaur robots to prescription drugs to commercial airplanes! But it wasn’t until I read a story about NASA developing a 3D printer that could be used in space that it hit me – that is the EXACT idea behind a replicator in Star Trek. Continue reading

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A Man with his Clarinet

I’ll be honest: I’ve never thought of the clarinet as a sexy instrument. In school I played the drums. All of this changed during the U.S. Air Force Band concert I went to on June 27 at the WWII Memorial in DC. Continue reading

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