Category: growth



It’s funny. Most people feel the big years.  The ones that end in zero.  At the very least, the ones that end in five. Me, that’s never bothered.  There’s a running joke about my thirtieth birthday.  I went from partying every weekend, to having a house, wife and two kids all in one day, when …


Little Disappointments

I generally agree with the idea of not shitting on something you’re not into. Still, I hate the idea of not allowing for criticism.  That seems to be the way the world’s headed, where everyone wants to not be criticized at all, and that, to me, is not healthy. It’s enabling. I love Mark Millar, …