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Welcome to my blog! Since 2001 I've written1,000+ postsabout software/personal development, technology, minimalism, FIRE, movies, startups and my life. These span three separate blogs, with all articles linked from here.

This blog Focuses on exploring the intersection of minimalism, mindfulness and technology + my journal.

Minafi Financial indepenence, investing and my journy to retire early (36 βœ”οΈ).

Hardcover Building Hardcover in public.

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Posts that contain some photos! This is specifically reserved for photos that I've personally taken or been involved with in some way – not just photos downloaded and used in posts.

20231 article

Twitter was one of the first tech giants to embrace the developer community. That goodwill is now gone.

20221 article

Some of the top themes for this year were growing closer with friends, knee surgery & recovery, loss, Hardcover and finding balance.

20215 articles

My yearly recap of everything that happened during the previous year.

A look into what's stood out from 3 years of early retirement life.

We set out to hike 100 miles across the mountains of Utah at altitudes above 10,000ft. What happened next wasn't planned.

Each month I chose a theme, like "Focus", "Finish" and "Routine".

202010 articles

COVID-19, South Utah hiking trip, misinformation, Minafi.

Some people claim they'd be bored if they retired. Others have enough activities to be content for a lifetime. What have some people figured out?

Create a list of local spots you can drive to that inspire you.

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A look at what's worked, what hasn't and what I'd do differently from my first year retired.

May was a fantastic month with a focus on spending time outdoors, camping and hiking.

My mom passed away when I was 23, yet through an odd series of events she gave me birthday present 9 months after her death that surprised me and delights me to this day.