Combine that with my career, my marriage, and my brother’s wedding last weekend (congrats Marc and Ash!), it feels like I haven’t had a second to sit back and reflect on the progress I’ve made in my writing and programming. I feel that now I’m well into my 30s I need to focus more than ever and embrace my true passions in life. I’ve always enjoyed writing, in all forms. To be able to provide my services to friends and colleagues especially really makes me feel great about myself. And programming is the heart that pumps my veins. It’s how I make my living, and how I can express myself creatively at work. If I’m not creating, I’m not alive.
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