I just want to get that out in the open right away. If you come back here on Friday, I’m posting a video I made about handling the stress of moving your family.
You can probably guess some of the good things though.
Honestly, as a kid who was born and raised in California, I never thought that I’d live in states like Maryland, Pennsylvania, or Tennessee. …
Social distancing, school cancelations, and teleworking have created this cloud that workers can’t seem to escape.
Here’s how to change that.
At first working from home was novel. Working in your sweatshirt, using your home computer for high tech Zoom calls, grabbing a snack whenever you want…this is great right?!
But it got old…fast.
With connectivity and system access that is not the same, kids demanding attention for home schooling needs, an ever present “funk” seemed to hang over all of these workplace and social restrictions.
I’ve had my staff on a half-on/half-off rotation for the past couple months to minimize people in the building. While this seems to be beneficial in allowing folks to social distance as well as to help at home more, it seems to be chipping away the family environment that I have worked hard to create. …
In 2010, I scraped together a couple days off around the first weekend in March. I hadn’t planned on going to Zion by myself and climbing my first big wall solo…
But there I was.
“Oh shit”, I thought. “Am I stuck on the side of this rock wall? Am I going to have to cut my rope? But if I do that how will I rappel?…”
My thoughts began to race as my desperation increased and my heart slowly sank in to my stomach.
“What the f#$k am I going to do?”
Zion National Park was established in 1919, is located in southwest Utah, and is best known for its dramatic desert canyon landscapes and natural rock arches. …