As someone who is privileged enough to work from home, I’ve developed a handy set of tools and strategies for dealing with some of the issues that come along with spending most of your time at home. During this growing coronavirus pandemic, it’s paramount for people to stay home, practice social distancing, and avoid putting yourself or others in danger unnecessarily.
Quitting isn’t always easy. Whether it’s a New Years’ resolution or a lifestyle change brought on by external forces, it can be really difficult to break a bad habit or give up a guilty pleasure. Thankfully, going cold turkey isn’t your only option going into 2020. As someone who has spent a lot of the last decade having to drastically change my lifestyle and diet, here are just a few of the tricks I’ve picked up along the way.
Bonnaroo 2019 is quickly approaching. This time next week, I’ll be relaxing in my campsite, bracing myself for the Tennessee mid-day heat. Before I get there, however, there’s a lot of preparation that I have to get done. In this post, I hope to outline a few of the most important items for any BonnarooContinue reading “Bonnaroo 2019 – Preparing for the 1,000 Mile Road Trip”
If you heeded my advice from the last Bonnaroo 2018 blog post, you’ve prepared for an extra day of travel and general detox before trying to reenter the civilian world. Depending on how you got to Manchester, TN, you are either looking forward to a short, albeit cramped, airplane ride or you’re gearing up forContinue reading “Bonnaroo 2018 – Day 6: Recovery & a Safe Return Home”
The last day of Bonnaroo is here. Sunday on the farm brings with it a bittersweet feeling after a week in the Tennessee heat. On one hand, you are most likely sore, sweaty, and quickly realizing how much money you’ve spent with your Paypal-linked wristband. On the other, it’s the last day of the bestContinue reading “Bonnaroo 2018 – Day 5: Sunday, FUNday.”