In my travels and around where I grew up, there is a ton of unique skateboard parks. I like to ride transition, so basically flowing around bowls. Check this collection of recent skate spots I’ve scoped.
I found myself in Bellingham on a weekend with nothing to do, so naturally I ended up going to Mt. Baker and hiking around a bit, here are some photos.
Slammed my right shoulder and stayed down on spring break. More than a week later the doctor sent me in for immediate xray and 3-4 months of sling followed.
Below is a 25-minute video interview of me talking about what it’s like to be one of the hand-selected freelance WordPress developers at Codeable. I no longer have the massive beard but everything I mention in the video is very relevant to my audience so I wanted to share this here on my blog as well.
If you’d like to instead read the interview the full transcription is here: https://codeable.io/changing-lives-raleigh-leslie/
Please watch the video below, or simply listen as there are no visuals, and let me know in the comments if you have any thoughts or questions for me at all.
Dreams do come true. From a very young age I set a goal for myself that I wanted to be able to work from my laptop remotely from anywhere. The past year I’ve done exactly that and is one of the biggest accomplishments of my professional career. It wasn’t easy reaching this goal but has been as rewarding I had hoped it would be. Looking back I’m thankful for all the experiences along the way in reaching this goal and wouldn’t do anything different on my pathway to arriving here. I’ve managed to create a life/work balance that affords me the happiness I desired from the freedom of workplace. In this post I’m going to discuss getting to this point, what it’s like now, and what the future holds and future personal/work plans.
This story is long, and by no means the whole story, but I think paints the picture well enough to post here.