For the 21st-century techie, life is at its best in San Francisco.
One day I lived in New York, and the next I didn’t.
You research places to go hiking because you’re no longer getting an automatic workout from walking over hills.
“Sometimes you are scaling the mountain and things just aren’t in line to reach the top and also safely climb back down. I’m thankful my mountain, the Pacific, will still exist for many possibility-filled years to come.”
I am creating my own earthquakes. And I am the only one to blame.
There are times I don’t recognize myself.
There’s a house there. See it? I see it, too. But I see it from here and you see it from there. We are standing in different positions.
You feel peer pressure to have a startup idea.
“Why did you do it?” they asked.
He replied, “Because I thought I had to die.”
“Damn, this song slaps.”