Over the past couple of years, we have met some pretty incredible people. I mean, absolutely incredible. But there are a few of those incredible people we’ve met that we have the privilege of calling our friends. True friends. Friends that you call when you’re low, when you’re stoked, when you’re bored, when you found a meme that would make them upset. A little over a year ago, I received a bunch of ‘likes’ on Instagram and then an order from Jesse…and somehow, through the magic of instagram, text messaging, high fives, and motorcycle shows, Jesse is, what I would consider, one of my closest friends.Read More
I think that realizing that you are always going to be you is one of the most empowering realizations a person can have. You take everything you did the past 365 days and you build on top of it, not forgetting any of it, and learning from every single experience. And maybe that’s way too idealistic, and maybe a little too cut and dry, but it makes the most sense to me. And I think that it helps.Read More
For a lot of you guys, the holiday season is pretty fantastic: Time for families to come together, hang out, eat food, time off of work is always tight, friendship, parties, more food, presents, reasons to be thankful, and an overall sense joy because it’s the end of the year and in a few weeks, the new year gives a chance to start with some new goals and plans for the next 365 days. Sometimes 366. Leap years. Those are important too. Also, food.Read More
Yesterday was kind of an awesome day. I had one of my photos, taken by my buddy Errol, featured on Harley Davidson’s official verified Instagram. SO official. Friends reached out, said congratulations (I didn’t really DO anything), alot of digital high-fives. Felt super great. And then I made the mistake of reading the comments.Read More
About 5 days ago, an absolute legend was called up. Someone that I really didn’t know well and that I hoped one day I would be able to meet and thank in person.
As I’m writing this, I am praying that I haven’t over stepped any boundaries.
I’ve been trying to explain how I’ve been feeling lately to my business partner, to my girlfriend, my family, and sometimes my boss. But it just comes out of my mouth as, “Ah, I’m just tired. Im burnt out. I am exhausted. I think everyone is mad at me. Also, I need a nap.”
But really, I realized, what I am actually trying to say is, “I don’t know what I am doing and I don’t know why and I think I am stuck. Also I need a nap.”