Everyone has a code, whether it’s well-defined or not. I do my best to live deliberately, to lead an examined life, and sometimes that means I have to stop and take stock
When I graduated from college in 1997, I had a degree in Ecological Anthropology and Writing under one arm, and a driving passion to jump headlong into the publishing game.
“We shall never have more time. We have, and always had, all the time there is. No object is served in waiting until next week or even until tomorrow. Keep
In a sense, this is a follow-up to a previous post regarding all of the changes in my life. It’s been about four months since I wrote that article, and
I’ve got a bunch of words for all of the sports writers, flip-floppers, and folks that have jumped off the bandwagon and completely abandoned the Trojans this season. But I’ll
You could very easily jump over to my profile at Last.fm to find out exactly what I’m listening to, up to the minute. But I think at times those dynamic
I’d like to introduce you all to my new daughter: Zurhi Tolani Azizat Pelumi Emmanuella Alake Omolade Huntoon. There are a bunch of meanings to those names, but I’m not
I partnered up with the boys over at Krop.com to provide my readers with any creative job search help that I might provide. Of course, you could just go straight
If you fancy yourself a loyal citizen – and mind you, I’m not getting righteous and spilling yellow ribbons from my orifices – I hope that you take advantage of
Folake, Sidney and I just returned from a 6-day vacation to see Mark and Francesca get married in Padernello which is west of Treviso and north of Venice, Italy. We
It's comforting to me that I can recount my bachelor party with full recollection, free of regret, and with a story lacking all conventional the seemingly requisite strip clubs, decadence and chicanery. No fights. No strippers. No blood.There were plenty of guts shared. Emotions revealed. Prayers given freely and graciously. And damn, my ass got roasted...
When you drive for an hour each way to work every day commuting, your mind wanders. The drive is nearly the same each day, except for lane changes, dodging poor
I tell ya' man, I'm lucky. Four weeks from now, I'll be married, Insha'allah. (If you haven't met my fiancee Folake, or heard about her, I'll tell you in a minute.) I'd say that four weeks is still a good ways off, but the last 9 months of engagement have kinda screamed along. Perhaps that's due to the fact that six of those months have been spent preparing for a little one. As it is, June 16th is the day I've been preparing for my entire life.
I’m a romantic. I’m also an athlete at the heart. It makes for embarrassing scenes sometimes, like when you find yourself tearing up at The Legend of Bagger Vance or
We just got back to BH 90212 after a 10-day wedding planning trip in Maryland. We have all of the major details set, and most of the smaller ones as
I’d love to say that a new design will be forthcoming, but that would be overzealous and ultimately a promise that I cannot even attempt to keep. Over the coming
I’m an anthropologist by nature and education, a writer, swimmer and runner by passion, and an art director by accidental occupation. I never had any intentions of having a career
Things are still just slammed over at the farm, but that’s a good thing, right? Soccer games start for my fiancee’s son Sid in a week, and USC’s season opener
It’s been a busy 9 months over at the new company, Go Farm. We’ve been busy working on a variety of projects, most notably those for west Coast Choppers. There’s
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hulett…congratulations Anya and Johnny. I am a big fan of weddings, so it doesn’t surprise me much that I had a great day yesterday. It doesn’t