I get lost in a lot of internet wormholes. Most of the times I end up looking at junk. A fair percentage of the time, I end up learning something I’m never going to need to know (I recently got sucked into this really interesting article about high end movers), and then every now and
Tag: Weekly Check In
It’s been a bit since I’ve updated on here. The weak excuses? I was sick, work’s been busy, AND I’ve been traveling a lot on weekends, and getting in late Sundays (Sunday nights are big blogging times for me). I’m consistently impressed with those who can churn out content everyday, make it look more professional
I was writing two new posts these week, both unpublished, one about Bethlehem, and one about Lancaster.. Both are places I briefly visited this past weekend. I was disappointed, as I often am, that I had less than stellar pictures to chose from. I went into this weekend thinking I’d also do a quick post
Short and sweet. Here are three PA spots that have recently popped up on my radar. And you didn’t think I could be succinct! Here & Now Brewing Company in Honesdale– I just found out two days ago that a new brewery has opened in Honesdale. I like the look of the beer and food
A few weeks ago my manager brought in a utility tub of animal crackers for a work party. These were the sugar-cookie, cakey animal crackers that come in such tubs, not the graham-cracker-adjacent animal crackers which come in those tiny boxes shaped like circus train cars, which you could carry around via their string handle.
I was bored during my lunch break at work, and against my better judgement found myself taking Buzzfeed quizzes, one of which, was entitled, “You’re a True Pennsylvanian if You’ve Eaten 20/28 of These Foods.” The quiz is obviously bullshit, because I scored a 15, and thus was told I’ve probably “visited Pennsylvania frequently” (try LIFELONG
I consider myself to be a super chill restaurant customer. I understand that more often than not, the slow service has nothing to do with the competence of the waitstaff serving me. I also understand that everyone has an off day, so if my order is screwed up, or a drink gets spilled, I don’t
Much like hikes, books, and things to watch on Netflix, I can’t seem to keep up with all the breweries I’d like to experience. It doesn’t hurt that they’re popping up at rapid pace. There’s currently over 5,300 breweries operating in the United States. That’s insane. To give you some context, in 2012, just five
My brother and I went up to Lake Placid over the elongated holiday weekend. On Monday we did a fourteen mile loop hike to Mount Colden. That night, while fireworks went off in the distance, and the campsites around us blared music and drank beer, we were both firmly ensconced in our beds by approximately 7:30.
Chain restaurants are somewhat of a polarizing topic. Millions of Americans obviously love them, as evident by just a casual drive down any business route anywhere in the country, or walk through any hotel parking lot. Millions (healthy estimate I just pulled out of my ass), also despise and deride them, viewing the regular chain