2 Years as a Small Business Owner

When I first started writing this post, I thought it would amount to a few bullet points of what I’ve learned over the past 2 years as a small business owner.  In the end, it’s turned out to be a rather long post, but I have summarized everything in a bullet list for those who […]

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Financial Symmetry Client Center

Over at Nevis Technology, I’ve been a part of an exciting project in conjunction with Financial Symmetry.  We’ve been developing a client-facing product that brings their client’s financial plan online and easily accessible to view, make changes to, or respond to advisor recommendations.  It’s a completely custom product that connects with Financial Symmetry‘s internal system […]

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Cynical Ramblings of an Almost 30 Year Old

As I get older, I’m really noticing that I’m not as excited anymore.  What I mean is when I used to think of an idea, or talk with a friend about an idea, I’d get to thinking about it, programming it, etc, right away.  Ashley and I were talking about some really cool idea and […]

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Owen Nevis

RIP 9/9/2015 Sometime in late 2005 / early 2006, I adopted Owen and Taby.  At the time I was working at Ridgemont Animal Hospital and their owners had abandoned them.  It started as a weekend of boarding them, and it turned into 3 months.  Soon after, I had the opportunity to take them home, and […]

Retrofitting Your Kitchen for Soft Close Cabinets

Installing soft close on cabinets is much easier than drawers – and less thought beforehand too.  There are hinges with built in soft close – though they are a little more expensive.  We installed these Blumotion Soft Close Adapter for Cabinets in our kitchen, as well as our bathroom vanities.  Our kitchens have a traditional hinge […]

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Retrofitting Your Kitchen for Soft Close Drawers

Kitchens are a huge selling point for a house, so nice features create so much value.  The good thing is retrofitting your kitchen for soft close drawers is much cheaper than getting new ones, and the parts are very inexpensive!  Even though drawers are harder than the cabinets, it still only took about 2 hours to do all […]

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So, I Can’t Retire At 30

For 10 years (or more), I’ve unrealistically had it in my mind that I wanted to retire at 30.  I knew it wouldn’t be a possibility – and as I’ve grown wiser – I like that better than “older” =) – I feel like that’s not what I’d want anyway.  I really enjoy programming and […]

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