Why I Love Cycling

Sometimes it’s hard to be positive. With everything going on outside the comforts of my living room window, finding a sense of calm isn’t as easy as one would like these days. My escape usually involves hopping on my bike and going for a ride, the pedals of my apparatus offering a chance to enter... Continue Reading →

What It’s Like to Publish a Book

It started with an email from the publishing company. “I would like to congratulate you on having your book selected for publication by our review board. You deserve to feel extremely proud of this accomplishment; especially in light of the fact that we receive almost 8,000 manuscript submissions each month and only a small percentage... Continue Reading →

Waxing for an Unpaved Philosopher

Interested in buying or selling a home? RE/MAX agent James Eason can help with all your real estate needs. Get in touch with him today by clicking on this link! *** Buy Quentin Super's first novel, The Long Road North, here Quentin Super is a ghostwriter. Curious about what exactly a ghostwriter does? Click here to find out more information, then watch this video for... Continue Reading →

Europe Explained (Final Part)

Reykjavik, Iceland Interested in buying or selling a home? RE/MAX agent James Eason can help with all your real estate needs. Get in touch with him today by clicking on this link! *** Buy Quentin Super's novel, The Long Road North, here Curious about what exactly a ghostwriter does? Click here to find out more information, then watch this video for more information It's been... Continue Reading →

Moneyy, Vol. 2

Bo is fifteen minutes late. I’m getting restless because I’m only in L.A. a few days and there are things I want to do before I go back to the frozen tundra that is Minnesota this time of year. The jet lag is slowly creeping in but it won’t really take effect until a few... Continue Reading →

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