Spent most of the day working on the data for my 2014 annual personal report. Here’s a sneak peek at a bit of it.
I’m going to keep this simple: here’s my 2015 resolutions. Many of my goals use robots to keep track of progress – if this is true, the image links to my goal’s Beeminder graph. The focuses of 2015’s New Year’s Resolutions are: (radical) personal finance, health, and travel. Buy Focal: radical budget documentation – taking a photograph of every single purchase… Read more 15 Resolutions for 2015
It’s the last day of the year, which is the time when people remember they want to give money to non-profits. If you’re looking for recommendations, here’s mine. Oregon Walks – doing the literally pedestrian work of pedestrian advocacy. It’s not the shiniest work around, but they are tirelessly working to make sure no one… Read more Who to give to?
A comprehensive mega-post on all the robot overlords I use to set and keep resolutions.
This post is the first in a series of 4 end-of-year posts. Next up, due tomorrow, is a post about Systems for Keeping New Year’s Resolutions. How did my 2014 New Year’s Resolutions go? Last year I published the 2014 Ridiculously Awesome, Dammit (RAD) Goal Manifesto which was a reaction to a pretty rough 2013. The manifesto… Read more 2014 New Years’ Resolutions Review
I’m looking for some JSON help for a small personal project. All I need is help figuring out a process and some code to pull CSV from my bank statements (probably via a CSV upload to my server) and then turn it into a pretty budget display for the web based on a personal adaptation… Read more Looking for JSON help
One of the great and beautiful things that comes with now earning a living wage (Hey 15$/hour, 40 hours a week, you’re awesome!) is that I can now afford to go out to get a burrito for lunch without freaking out about my bank account. This is also a terrible thing. I’ve been a consistent… Read more 31 Days of Packing Lunch
I had a long week at work, so my plan for today (after I got off morning bagel delivery job at 7:30AM) mostly consisted of 1) coffee 2) bathtub 3) Hyperbole and a Half from Flickr http://flic.kr/p/q1aVLH
We may be the three musketeers of wearable wrist technology. from Flickr http://flic.kr/p/p3vxSs
Sleep in an extra hour tomorrow because of Daylight Savings Time and then join us at Adulting with Brunch for a 5K run, vegan brunch, and then co-working in the style of Pomodoro Poker. I wanna see you there! https://www.facebook.com/events/1702439296647199/