You’re probably here because you know me personally or have read my posts at Lifehacker.
I’m currently in a transitional phase of life; for years I toiled away in various cubicles at various accounting and tech jobs, but nothing worth calling a career. Right now I’m working as a Process Improvement Champion for a telecom provider. I wrote for Lifehacker from June 2011-March 2013, and that was my 15 minutes of internet celebrity–it was a lot of fun, but I was working seven-days-a-week in hopes of landing a full-time gig there, and eventually, I had to move on to regain some time off for myself and my family.
I live in Greenville, South Carolina with my beautiful wife Megan and children Joshua, Penelope, and Monya. I have little time for hobbies these days but have spent many hours in the past gaming, camping, reading, recreating the middle ages, learning about intentional communities, making Indian food, and writing novels. I’m Eastern Orthodox and active in my church.
According to the people at Meyers-Briggs, I’m an ENFP. You’ll understand if you meet me.
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