How I keep a simple daily journal

I sent a (really short) email to my main crew over at Really Short Emails with a simple subject line… Do you keep a daily journal? The responses were plentiful! Plenty of yeses and nos, different styles of journaling, and varying frequencies… Twice per day, once on Mondays, whenever it makes sense… Some keep theirs …

I bet it’s at the library

I sent out a Really Short Email the other day. It went something like this: Whilst conducting a little experiment, I read nine personal finance and money management books since January 1st. Decided to sit down and craft a budget for **the first time ever**. Jeepers creepers – it’s not lookin’ too good. The next …

Video games done made me stupid

It’s that time of the year where we reflect on all the things! Top 10 lists, best photos, things we’re thankful for, new resolutions, etc., etc. Well, I hate to disappoint, but I don’t have any lists or lofty goals. In looking back on 2017, I discovered a single revelation: Video games done made me …

Mise en place

Discovered a great concept on Buffer’s The Science of Social Media podcast with Clair Byrd. It’s called mise en place, which translates roughly into “putting in place.” Check out my recent podcast episode where I unpack this a bit and kick off a week’s worth discussion around culinary metaphors! Enjoy, and don’t forget to sign …

Podfest 2017

Haven’t had a chance to follow up after Podfest, an awesome event in Orlando this past weekend. I’ve learned a ton, and had a chance to host a great panel on email marketing. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to attend any sessions. Just half a session on YouTube and live streaming. I’ve been in …

Pre-Podfest

I’m prepping for Podfest in Orlando. Flight leaves tomorrow morning. Managed to fit everything I need in a single backpack. Insane. That’s how I roll at conferences. Looking forward to seeing familiar faces, hosting an email marketing panel, and learning as much as I can to support my podcasts. Should be a blast, more to …