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Taylor

Quarantine 2021: Igloo Update 2.0

Alright, another week has passed since our last igloo update, and we’ve got lots of progress to report! But alas, we’ve not yet completed the igloo. Sierrane and I spent many hours this week in our diligent manufacture of bricks, with Sierrane doing (in my opinion) much of the heavy lifting of emptying the aluminum more »

Quarantine 2021: Igloo Update

Alright, it’s been a little over a week since Sierrane and I began our igloo journey and committed ourselves to long, cold, and exciting work of putting a roof over our heads this winter. Since we’ve started, our friend Kristen joined us, and we’ve made a ton of progress (which you’ll see and read about more »

Winter Quarantine: Igloo Edition

Last week my roommate, Sierrane, stormed into my room proclaiming that we should build an igloo. She didn’t have to sell me on it, I was in. The next day I stepped outside to see Sierrane shoveling a respectable quantity of snow and building a circular snowbank in our backyard. I went to research igloo more »

Just Do It: 2020 Workout Goals

The past few years my brothers and I have held an annual “workout” competition 💪😎. The workout competition goes as follows: Each competitor must workout 4 times a week Weeks start on Mondays and end on Sundays Workouts should typically be no less than 30 minutes in length (but this is always a judgement call) more »

How I Make My Films

I’ve been into filmmaking, especially editing, ever since I was in elementary school. Here’s a clip from my early editing days when my brothers, our friends and I made advertisements for spoof products we just made up: In college, I had a film company that produced engineering highlight reels, my cousin’s “how we met” wedding more »

Building My First Bow & Arrows

Back in March I was staying in Cincinnati with my family: my parents, my brother Connor and his girlfriend Molly. I had some time on my hands outside of work, and I thought I’d take advantage of my Dad’s carpentry shop. I’d recently become a fan of The Last Kingdom, a story of the beginnings more »

The History of Madison

We live in a society where economic prowess dictates political and societal power. The United States is the most powerful nation in the world, not due to sheer size of it’s land, population or military, but due to it’s ability to govern international trade, to subdue “disobedient” nations through economic sanctions and to derive favorable more »

Travel Map: Globe Edition

I’ve previously written about my travels and goals to see each of the fifty United States. I’ve developed a travel map that documents my travels within the country. The map can be easily reused by creating your own spreadsheet and saving it off as a .tsv. I’ve not made the same gesture for international travel. more »

Health Goals: 2018

I turned 26 in February. At my 25th birthday, I expected to have a bit of a quarter-life crisis, and that never really came. However on the first anniversary of my expected quarter-life crisis, I’ve been thinking a lot about what’s important to me. One of my recurring thoughts relates to health. I thought I more »

2017: Year In Review

Year In Review As 2017 closes down, I’d like to reflect on the events of the past year. I visited New England for the first time, changed roles at work, suffered a fairly serious head injury (and recovered), crossed a few items off my bucket list and made countless other memories. Happenings Activities Canoe and more »

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