These are my semi-regular Patch Notes – updates on my life and things I’m learning and exploring. Subscribe here. In this release: next steps, 2021 update my fractured online identity road tripping through the southwest Canyonlands National Park, UT After three thousand miles of driving and a dozen sleeping arrangements I just want to plant a garden and lie in a hammock with a book.
Dry Creek, Roseville, CA. My secluded hammock spot. My year didn’t go to plan, but then again – nobody’s did. Terrible things happened, beautiful things happened. I’m very happy with where I am and grateful for those who made it possible. I’ve done my best to make time & place the central thread, but in a parallel universe I wrote this post around words & people and it makes just as much sense.
These are my semi-regular Patch Notes – a braindump of things I’m leaning, building, or thinking about. Subscribe here. In this release: I drove to Austin, TX Where is home? three habits for happiness Interhackt is wrapping up jborichevskiy.com is now jon.bo It’s been a while since my last post and longer still since my last patch notes. It’s been a fascinating few weeks but full of time for writing it was not.
This world is far more beautiful and interconnected than my 16 or 20 year old self could have ever imagined. Here are a few things I’ve noticed over the years. I trust they will hold through the decades. Love 1. It all begins with and depends on and ends with love. 2. Self-love makes it possible to love others. It should always take priority. 3. Safety and acceptance are the most beautiful things one can give and be lucky enough to experience.
These are my semi-regular Patch Notes – a braindump of things I’m leaning, building, or thinking about. Subscribe here. In this release: We’re settled into San Diego and are loving it How can we get this for 10x cheaper? On planes and noise pollution Patch Notes: six months in Other miscellaneous updates Sunset Cliffs, Point Loma, CA We’re settled into San Diego and are loving it The past four weeks have been nothing short of bliss.