These statistics are pulled from data reported from the period 7/7/2014 to 7/7/2015. Lillian got another year older and made this for you. This is the 8th year Lillian has published personal statistics.
So 6 folks biked to Stub to camp and #workfromwoods and the sunset is fabulous.
Just made it from Amsterdam > Berlin last night. Happy to discover my German muscles still seem to work.
For some unexplainable reason, the public buses in Reyjavik have mustaches. Some private ones too.
Guess who lost her wallet containing her passport and global entry card 4 days before plane travel and 13 days before international travel? This girl. This is going to be a fun adventure in expedited passport service.
Sometimes you get to spend your weekend over-caffeinatedly designing a game about a yeti trapped in an enchanted forest made of zines. And this game is for your nonprofit job. And you realize your life is charmed.
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…
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…
A comprehensive mega-post on all the robot overlords I use to set and keep resolutions.