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 …

Education Implications: Their Own Words

All of us owe a lot from our education days and the staff members that impacted our lives. I’m no different because education used to be (outside of racing) what I thrived and I owe so much to many staff members I’ve met over the years for molding me into the person I’ve become and …

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 …

The Roughest Time Period Since 2017

Nothing’s more frustrating than not making much progress on goals and Mother Nature rearing its ugly head that put me in an absolute horrible box. That horrible box is whether or not the possibility of accomplishing 14 promises would be considered legit in the eyes of people. I’ll go into greater detail as to why …

List of Promises: The Trilogy – Strengthening My Momentum

After a momentous year that was 2019, control was never an option going into the Double 20s. From 8 of 14 in 2018 to 11 of 14 in 2019, I’m confident that my promises for 2020 will be the year I can hit all 14. I’ve decided to base my goals on strengthening my craft …

100 Songs I Felt the Vibe in 2019

It’s no secret that music is a passion for a lot of people and I’m no different. During my tenure at KUOI (2013-16), I’ve grown to really appreciate the wide variety of music. Sure, I’m more of a classic rock and metal head as you’ll see with my list, but my tastes are mega weird. …

The Battle of Finding Both Freedom and Acceptance

Winter is usually the worst time of the year for me and as the title suggests, a lot has to do with understanding what “freedom” is. What is freedom? What warranted a check mark on my promises that I couldn’t get done? I don’t know right now and turned to be the only true failure …

From the Lens: Best of 2019

The year 2019 is finally coming to an end and while a couple of promises weren’t accomplished such as getting a damn license, which will be the main priority outside of my profession in 2020. That’s what happens when you have to pay the bills, put up with a mundane job that’s hard to schedule …

Breaking the Racing Internet and Still Confused

Damn! An audio capture became viral? Even got the guy trending at one point and big racing names talking. You cannot make this stuff up! (No. 31 & No. 44 – 10/26 at 9:00pm UST) Racing story aside, we’re now hitting the toughest time of the year for me. However, I’m not going to let …

Age of Learning the Hard Way: What Year No. 24 Taught Me

At this time a year ago, I was glad that I wasn’t going to be 23 anymore because I knew the dumb stigma that “nobody likes you when you’re 23” will be over. Now in my last day of being 24, the person I was then is a complete contrast and while I’m still “living …