You have to measure it to expect progress.

Turning 30, I thought, would be a difficult birthday to digest. It represented not necessarily the beginning of the end. But, perhaps, the end of the beginning, to paraphrase Churchill. A distancing from youth and innocence. As it turned out, turning 30 was a breeze - it was turning 29 where I had the challenge. … Continue reading You have to measure it to expect progress.


On a recent trip to Orlando with my wife and our 5 year old, we stayed at an Airbnb near International Drive. The purpose of the trip was to view condominiums for a potential long-term investment. We had recently sold a condo in Toronto and wanted to use the proceeds to invest in Florida. It … Continue reading Eggs