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How Our Success is Ruining Seattle

The economic boom affecting the Emerald City is ruining Seattle as we know it. Here's how we can stop it.

/ July 9, 2015

Peepless in Seattle: Dating, Friendship, and the Seattle Freeze After Forty

Why 20 thousand additional men in a city might make finding meaningful romance more difficult — for everyone.

/ March 22, 2015

Hacking Weight Loss: What I Learned Losing 30 Pounds

May 2015 Update: My weight loss has totaled 35 pounds. I now weigh 165 lbs. Thank you everyone for your comments, well wishes and best of luck to you with your own health. Thanks also to Slashdot for sharing this post with their...

/ March 21, 2015

Why Clinton Email Server Has Legs

The political left may want the media to let the Clinton email server story die but I think it highlights some of the more troubling aspects of our experience with the Clinton legacy. While the most obvious reason Hillary Clinton...

/ March 5, 2015

Funded By Seattle Real Estate Developers, Forbes Writer Attacks Amazon Critic

Upton Sinclair said, “it is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it*.” This is evident in Roger Valdez’s column in Forbes today (How Jobs and Awkward White Men Are Destroying a...

/ March 3, 2015

Hunger, Hope, and Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship to Your Body and Food

Discounted through February 24th: Use offer code HHHPC14 at Shambala. One of my most inspired yoga teachers, Sarahjoy Marsh, has a book coming out this week. It’s called, Hunger, Hope, and Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship to Your...

/ February 21, 2015

Un-truthful Carrier: Ten Lies T-Mobile Told Me About My Data Plan

Last June, I wrote a post called “Yes, You Can Spend $750 in International Data Roaming in One Minute on AT&T” which quickly went viral. In it, I mentioned my plan to switch to T-Mobile which led to this tweet...

/ February 21, 2015