Six Years With Evernote

Six years ago today, I tweeted this: The Twitter handle is blocked out because it was tweeted on an account I no longer use. Today, Evernote is the one app I use every single day. My entire work day is structured with Evernote, I've built an extensive personal and professional knowledge base, collected recipes and... Continue Reading →

HISTORY: Recorded

Throughout history, people have recorded their lives. Some write, others save newspaper clippings, old photos, or documents. They all tell a story about a life lived and remembered. Grandma My grandma is a 93-year-old british war bride. I've always enjoyed sitting with her, listening to her stories, and looking at the various pieces of history... Continue Reading →

Lost Lake/Dry Falls

When I was a kid, we lived in Highwood for a few years. I had no idea I was living 30 minutes from one of the coolest places I’ve seen in Montana. The curved shonkinite walls of Dry Falls flank the west end of Lost Lake–remnants of what once was Montana’s own Niagra Falls (but... Continue Reading →

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