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Keeping The House Running Smoothly This Winter
November 30, 2017|Lifestyle

Keeping The House Running Smoothly This Winter

Keeping The House Running Smoothly This Winter

I feel like every year, the list of things to keep up with throughout our household doubles – not accounting for the 10x increase with a little wild kid that came to be in 2015. From bills, work, oil changes, groceries, brushing teeth, bathing, shopping for clothes, etc, etc, I

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Adulting 101: Preparing for the Future with a Simple 401K
November 14, 2017|Lifestyle

Adulting 101: Preparing for the Future with a Simple 401K

Adulting 101: Preparing for the Future with a Simple 401K

I’ve always considered myself a “math” guy. I love logistics, patterns, deductions, puzzles, etc. Math and numbers were always just something that came easier to me than other people it seemed. I reference this to justify my success in music and technology/computers. I even feel like it has helped me

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The Best Halloween is a Cheesy Halloween
October 19, 2017|Food

The Best Halloween is a Cheesy Halloween

The Best Halloween is a Cheesy Halloween

I feel like Halloween always brings out my guilty pleasures. As it should. Halloween encompasses all that is dark and spooky, but most important is the level of enthusiasm that spools up throughout the entire month of October. This time is filled with pipe dreams of that perfectly brilliant costume,

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The Secret Weapon to Potty-Training
October 14, 2017|Parenting

The Secret Weapon to Potty-Training

The Secret Weapon to Potty-Training

“Fox is spirited” “Fox is brilliant” “Fox has a lot of energy” Daily affirmations from the father of a wild kid that is amazing and overwhelming all rolled up into a ball of chaos, deep fried and served with some gooey frosting and “CHEEEEESE!” This kid does it for me.

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The Kid Now Rides in Style – and Safety
October 6, 2017|CarsParenting

The Kid Now Rides in Style – and Safety

The Kid Now Rides in Style – and Safety

We always hear about how “expensive” kids are. I don’t think I really appreciated the extent or gravity that came with that statement until our little goo kid came along. We’ve learned a lot over the last two and a half years about budgeting, value, and necessity – and not

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About Tyler
Born and raised in Southern California, Tyler has been designing professionally for over 10 years. A self-proclaimed "jack of all trades", he has spent his twenties traveling the world, producing award-winning photos and videos, starting various companies, meeting and marrying his beautiful wife, and raising their first son.
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