You never close your eyes anymore when your project ships, and there’s no tenderness in the code at your fingertips. In which love advice from the ancient Greeks enables us to pursue successful long-term relationships with our careers.
Struggling to deal with wanting to do everything when you don’t want to do anything. Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love worrying. Best for taking naps while you feel guilty about napping.
Realizing the need to let go of old fears and embrace a kinder form of motivation in order to grow, I choose to Live Life Thoughtfully in 2016.
On scratching an itch to build an admin color scheme plugin
I wrote an essay for HeroPress that explores my creative backstory and how deeply WordPress is entangled with my personal life, and I’ll share that with you here.
I may not be a daily blogger (or weekly, or monthly for that matter) but as we cycle through the final (short and mostly dark) day of 2014, I can’t help but reflect upon the previous year and look ahead… Read More
Because this is how my morning is going, I decided to commemorate it with a poem: Edit: Title suggested by @0x56, thanks! The Branch Not Maintained Purchase a copy of the poster here Two branches diverged in a project on… Read More
It’s that time of year where New Year’s Resolution posts are popping up all over the internet, and within my own personal and professional circle is no exception. I am very proud of and inspired by all of the goals… Read More
I travel a lot within the US. By car, by bus, by plane, by foot. And because of this, I’ve become somewhat of a seasoned user of American public restrooms. From dirty gas stations to swanky hotels, classic fixtures to… Read More
This past June, I had the opportunity to attend the HOW Design Conference, which is one of the few times I get out of my WordPress bubble and hang out with a variety of designers across multiple disciplines. I had… Read More
I used Git for the first time last night, to push some meeting notes from the 3themes project up to our shared repository on GitHub. Despite using a GUI called SourceTree, I still felt “as confused and overwhelmed as a… Read More