This’s about why I quit paying $10/month for a hosted Ghost blog and migrated everything back to a self-hosted WordPress blog. It wasn’t easy, and I lost all images in the process, but here’s why I made that leap.
I’m transitioning away from hosted Ghost back to WordPress. More about this later.
Yesterday I went on the Google Fi site and signed up for a Nexus 6P and a data plan roughly equivalent to what I spend at Verizon.
My iPhone 6 Plus, despite not (yet) being paid off, is going to sit in a drawer collecting dust starting late next week when the Nexus arrives. Continue reading “Switching away from iPhone”
2015 was a year of big changes for me.
The biggest was starting on the path to divorce and moving into my own apartment. For the first time in my life, I’m living completely on my own. That feels very different, and very exciting. Continue reading “2015 Year in Review”
Not too long ago, I got fed up with having to use a ton of different apps to do various things online. Also, having to deal with apps that almost-but-not-quite fit the bill for what I was trying to do was a bit frustrating.
So, I set out to write my own personal dashboard web app to handle… well, everything. Continue reading “Kettle, my personal dashboard app”