2018 Year in Review: Expectations, Change & Growth

Growing up, I had a hard time processing negative emotions like pain, grief and sadness in a healthy way. But I don’t think my story is unlike many others across the United States. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older struggle with anxiety… Read More

Fort Tejon State Historic Park

History has long been my favorite subject. Well, U.S. History to be exact. It helps that there’s only 242 years of it, so it’s easier to digest. This is probably the reason why I loved U.S. History in high school but hated European History. I mean, processing 242 years worth of information vs thousands of… Read More

Mt. Shasta, CA

Mt. Shasta, California is a beautiful place that offers plenty of outdoor activities all year round. Kelli and I went for a four day trip over Easter weekend and my favorite part was discovering all the cool hiking spots in the area. Our very first stop was Ney Springs Canyon, which is a short and… Read More