This is my solution. Follow-up to my previous post.Read More An American Voting While Overseas
This past weekend was my Japanniversary, but as much as I want to celebrate it, i can’t help but shake my mood. With Everything that’s been happening back home has left me with many thoughts that I’m compelled to share here. Get ready to be triggered.Read More 6 Years Overseas, Evading the Issues of America
Just looking for a reason to flex about how awesome my kid is. She’s not even five and can ride a bike like a champ.Read More Teaching My Daughter to Ride a Bike
As much as I want to avoid writing about the pandemic, it feels like everyday is something new that sets me off. These are the ramblings of a madman living in isolation with his family. You may or may not agree with his thoughts, but this is his perspective.Read More Working From Home With Children: My Coronavirus Challenge in Japan
Recently, I found myself in the Harajuku area capturing footage for a project I’ve been working on. Because Japan hasn’t been rocked as hard as other parts of the world by the global health crisis, I forget how much things have changed. Instead of dwelling in the darkness, I wish to display the things that are still good or interesting in our world today.Read More An Emptier Spring-time Harajuku
Tokyo was named the safest city in the world for the 3rd year in a row. But I can’t help my skepticism.Read More Tokyo, The Safest City in the World… Sort of.