what no one tells you about moving in together

Instead of cleaning out our house, we just decided to move to a new one.

Kidding. (Kind of.)

No Shame November

We’ve all heard of No Shave November – and, as a fan of facial hair, I’m an avid proponent of putting down the razor for 30 days. Plus, who can resist helping out a great cause? Personally though, while I’m not a huge fan of shaving my legs, 30 days is a bit much even for me.Read more

swipe right: meeting people in the internet age

All those years of hearing, “Don’t meet people on the internet!” and yet, here we are. Sorry, Mom.

went for a run – and for once it wasn’t a Cookout run

It’s no secret I don’t run.

The running joke (pun completely intended) in my life is that if you see me running, you probably should be too – because something is following me.

my old kentucky home(coming)

Growing up in a town as small as mine was, “homecoming” was one of those traditions I never fully grasped. We didn’t have a football team (of our own), so our version of homecoming was the annual Sheakleyville Homecoming Firemen’s Fair – complete with a beauty pageant, parade, and tractor pulls. It was one of theRead more

boos + brews: date night asheville-style

I may not be a beer connoisseur – but I can always be tempted with a good time.

Through The Eyes of a Lion

For the first segment of “On The Bookshelf”, I bring to you ‘a manifesto for high-octane living’

Louisville first.

“Louisville first” means something different today than it did 48 hours ago. What was once a rally cry for the ‘best college sports town in America’ has some tarnish on its shine. So, the question is, where do we go from here?