On Keeping Score

On Keeping Score | toddregoulinsky.com

One of the detriments of digital life is that it all boils down to numbers. Whether it’s the number of friends or followers, the number of likes and shares a post gets on social media, the number of page views on a blog, the number of pages of search results before your thing pops up, …

Monday Fear & Loathing

I’ve been re-reading The Great Shark Hunt – a collection of Hunter S. Thompson’s writing that covers the 50’s to late 70’s over the weekend and it’s amazing how much of this could’ve been written today. Change out the names, tidy up a few of the references that no longer fit, and you’ve got it …

Keep It Simpler, Stupid

Keep It Simpler, Stupid | toddregoulinsky.com

I spent this Labor Day weekend doing a bunch of simple things. Things were cleaned, some other things were organized, the lawn was mowed, a book was read, and more mundane tasks completed. It’s pretty boring stuff, but it was also a relaxing and recharging time as well. As I’ve written about before, I’m a …

Thinking In Quotations

Thinking In Quotations | toddregoulinsky.com

Since it seems that the word “responsibility” cropped up approximately 800 times in my post yesterday, I’d say it’s safe to say that it has been on my mind lately. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older or maybe it’s just the general process of trying to piece all the debris of life into some coherent …

I Don’t Wanna

I Don't Wanna | toddregoulinsky.com

That photo above isn’t a still from some new low budget horror flick. That’s the remnants of fifteen push-ups that I didn’t want to do. In the grand scheme of things, my morning exercise routine isn’t much to write home (or the internet) about. I get on my exercise bike and do about 30 minutes …

Entitled To No

entitled to no | toddregoulinsky.com

One of the most powerful words in the world is NO. Sounds good, but don’t take it from some guy writing a blog for his own amusement and betterment that’s read by a handful of people. Take it from one of the most successful people of our time, Warren Buffett – really successful people say …