I didn’t talk or write about it much when it happened, but 2016 was the year I almost worked myself to death. Toward the end of March this past year, I woke up one morning in severe pain and constant vomiting. I decided to muscle through it and sat down at my desk to work like […]
I love being a freelancer. There are some that consider it a dirty word. I don’t. I have the opportunity to work with multiple teams on a variety of projects. It keeps the work exciting while pushing me to continually better my development, customer communication, and business management skills. However, when it comes to development, I […]
I’ve expressed many times over the last couple of years the feeling of embarrassment and disgust that I commonly have when looking at my old code. About a year ago, I started working on a project with LimeCuda that had me excited, scared, hopeful and a bit overwhelmed all at once. Prior to starting this project […]
Over the last couple of days, I’ve seen many people share their resolution to blog everyday this year. I personally think this is awesome! And why not? There are dozens of success stories from people committing to this challenge and seeing amazing results. Additionally, some of the most respected people within the WordPress community have […]
I always wanted to be a rockstar. I played drums for hours on end dreaming of life on the road and playing for thousands of screaming fans. Although I still dream of being a rockstar, drumming is not what I imagine (although I still love playing drums!). I want to be a rockstar husband and […]
In trying to grow and develop the way we do business, here are some thoughts from recent discussions and activities…
Being a web developer, I am regularly a spectator in conversations about branding. During these conversations I always get the temptation to compare some of the ideas I’m hearing to famous wrestlers. Well here’s my white trash, redneck chance!
I have been working with WordPress for over 3 years and this past weekend was my first time ever attending a WordCamp. Oh why didn’t I do this sooner?!
If you are like a lot of respected WordPress developers, you probably don’t have a degree that is remotely related to the work you do with WordPress. I can firmly say that my almost Accounting degree doesn’t support my need to use PHP or the WordPress Codex.