One Year Later: Phoenix Reflection

When I called my last 2019 trip “My Road Ends Here,” little did I knew that title would ring different meanings because Phoenix has changed me in more ways than one. On a week everyone are either still waiting for one certain outcome to be determined or ready for 2020 to be over with, I […]

Hellfire and Brimstone: Reflecting on an Awkward Year No. 25

People have said a phrase that goes like this: “Nobody likes you when you’re 23!” I challenge you with 25 as the year no one seriously likes you.WRITER’S NOTE: I was going to go with “Nobody Really Likes You When You’re 25,” but I went with a more subtle title because it’s a better representation […]

Coming to Temperamental Terms About My Media Career

Unless some Christmas miracle happens, I’m slowly starting to accept this Friday at Evergreen may be my last on-assignment for 2020, maybe ever. I’m not really thinking about Indy, Vegas, Texas or even Phoenix right now. I want to cover those, but I’m just focusing on Friday. This was the mindset I had this Wednesday […]

I’m So Over This Hatred Filled Year

What I’m going to say is genuinely how I feel about this disturbing moment NASCAR are dealing with right now because this is no doubt the last thing the sport needs on what’s already been a hatred filled 2020. It left me wanting to punch something or lash out, but like I normally do. I […]

The Darkest Month of May

“I just don’t know what to say except it’s just super tragic. It’s terrible. It’s horrible.” – Rusty Wallace (July 7, 2000) A simple quote that was regarding the tragic death of Kenny Irwin, Jr. just resonated with me tonight. Therefore, just this one time I need to break out of my silence and reach […]

Coping With The Crisis: Their Own Words

Many people cope with the current COIVD-19 health crisis, pandemic or isolation, different than others. Whatever you want to call this time period, all of us have a story based on our personalities. One of the main reasons why a question focuses on an individual being a introvert, extrovert or ambivert is because it does […]

Podcast Project in the Works

EVERETT, Wash. (April 15, 2020) – Over the past few years, I’ve been attempting on keeping the broadcasting side of my bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho alive by creating multiple shows on my YouTube channel. A lot was left to be desired because the dedication of keeping a show afloat without the ideal […]

Lonesome Voice in Motorsports Media

This ongoing health crisis have impacted my career and honestly, it’s for the absolute worse. All because of my attempt to keep myself present at the racetrack and since hardly anyone wants to hear from me, I’ll share my story here. Consider this blog as a stance on how I feel about COVID-19 because after […]