Corporate Yogi: An Approach to Not Losing Yourself in a Corporate World

The last thing I want to experience on a Monday morning is a sweep into the grind. Rather, I prefer a transition - a buffer - some sense of ownership over what is happening as I move from writing and planting to business architecture and thinking about rental car technology. In order to secure said [...]

Minivans and Limousines: Something about knowing who you are

I want to begin with a quick disclaimer: I have a weird ability to quickly "grow over" stuff. “Emotional fortitude” is how this has been described to me. A relationship ends and I see a renewed focus on God's work in my life. My mom in the hospital leads me to learn about who I [...]

Sum of All I Have Taken In

I am writing tonight at the risk of putting myself right to sleep but in hopes of a rally brought about by the sum of all I have taken in. Establishing some allowance of pause. My brain is tired. After what seems like forever, I would confidently say I am “in process” (meaning, I am [...]

You are Going to Be Okay if the City and County Merge

I am growing impatient with stale voices opposing Better Together in the spirit of self-preservation and fear of losing what is “so perfect” and “so good”. St. Louis’ embodiment of familial traits offers a literal investment in the evolution of our city. Evolution with potential so great and profound that those faithful in this region [...]

“I’m Multi-Tasking!” (10 Year Old Milestone)

I was folding laundry when I heard Lucy make this announcement. "I'm multi-tasking!" I looked over and sure enough her body was turned towards this little blue bowl where she was mixing an egg with a fork and then she would turn towards the stove, where she was tending to scrambling the egg she had [...]