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“What is this website for?”, you might ask. And here is my answer to this humble inquiry:

First and foremost: it’s my personal website. So what you will read here is going to be my own personal experience on multiple different subjects (well, at least I hope it’s going to be multiple different subjects).

So now that I’m through with my content plans, let’s talk a little about structure. This blog is split into three main areas:

  1. My blog: this is where you can find whatever is going on through my mind at the moment. Don’t expect a whole lot to be posted there, because probably not much goes through my mind at any given moment (well, not much that I think is worth posting)
  2. My projects: yes, sometimes I invent some time to work on some random projects. I plan on providing some details about what I did with the project and why.
  3. My personal info: well, if you were wondering who I really am, that should cover some of it.

“Why is MovingDownstream?”, you might ask next, as you now might think that I like to answer questions. Well, it all started with my first blog, StillAsWater, that I wrote while I lived in Stillwater, OK. Once I moved to Seattle, I thought that it would be great to keep the water theme, but I couldn’t use the same “pun”. So I thought long and hard about how my life was going, and what made me get to where I was, and I realized that my options weren’t that hard. Things tended to flow towards where I am right now, thus the “Downstream” concept.

Enjoy! And feel free to leave me comments whenever.

  • The spiral

    September 16, 2020 by

    It’s hard not to notice how much this year has forced us to adapt. March brought us (at least here in Seattle) COVID-19 and staying at home with kids almost all the time. We survived the kindergarten part of it, then came Summer and there was some sort of rhythm that was built at home… Read more

  • Happy 2020!

    January 2, 2020 by

    It’s 2020 already and I feel quite old… For somebody born in the 1970s (yes, towards the end of that decade), 2020 feels like it was so far in the future! The 2010s was a decade that contained a lot of changes. Marriage, 2 kids, 2 houses purchased (and 1 sold)… They were, for the… Read more

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