Do you like articles that make you scroll endlessly for the payoff?
My friend Miguel does. He put together a list of his top-10 long reads and I’m sharing it here.
Continue reading “It’ll take a lot of scrolling but it’s worth it: 10 Recommended Long Reads from 2018 (Miguel Edition)”
Am I too busy, too lazy or too wealthy to place food into my shopping cart?
Continue reading “This lazy afternoon was brought to you by Instacart”
Interesting read said the text from my friend Marty.
He was talking about a New York Times article, “The Relentlessness of Modern Parenting.” I sent him a text back.
Continue reading “Coming to terms with Modern Parenting”
I’ve seen plenty of ads on Instagram. But the first thing I bought was a chef’s knife.
Continue reading “It slices and dices better than my old knives”
Tomorrow I turn 39.
I don’t want or need much. In fact, the thing I need the most is to prune the things in my life that are no longer a priority.
It’s time to define what matters to me.
Continue reading ““Old man take a look at your life””
“Please have your proof of payment ready.”
That’s what TTC riders hear when they exit the streetcar at Spadina Station. What happens next boggles my mind.
Continue reading “It’s just another case of that old P-O-P”
I came across the following sentences — about “finding alternatives to public shaming” — on pg. 55 of Jon’s Ronson’s So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed:
Continue reading “Serial and the problem with Public Shaming”
It feels great to finish something.
Season 1 of Big Poppas: The Podcast for Modern Dads ended last Saturday. And I’m proud — for myself and my co-host Dan Warry-Smith.
Continue reading “That’s a wrap on Season 1 of Big Poppas Podcast”