I work from home, and I'm self employed. I'm lucky to be doing things I love, making new products and apps and always learning. But with all that fun in my work life, and my work life taking place in the same place as my home life, I had sadly let go of the habit … Continue reading Exercise: an exercise in motivation
The sharing economy has turned into a massive jobs creator for 20' and 30' somethings that have surplus resources. Airbnb creates income for people who have extra living space. Lyft does the same for people with a car and some time. And DogVacay gives that chance to dog lovers who have space for more dogs. … Continue reading The dog sharing economy
Three weeks ago, I started on a project with three other Providence entrepreneurs. Our goal is to raise $10,000 dollars through the crowd funding site RocketHub, and create an awesome smart power strip: Cactus. It came together very fast, and it had to. We didn't start planning this campaign until a week before the launch -- which … Continue reading Cactus: A better smart power strip
The time has come to separate CapitolBuddy' posts from Paul's posts. This blog will remain a place for my other projects and a host for my own musings. But if you're not following this blog for those reasons, then it's time to unfollow me and head over to the new official CapitolBuddy blog, where you … Continue reading CapitolBuddy’s blog is moving
I'm in the middle of applying to the most important opportunity that I've ever had with CapitolBuddy. BetaSpring is a start-up accelerator here in Providence that I'm hoping will give me some mentorship and resources to help the evolution of CapitolBuddy. They also provide some funding and a space to work. I see what is … Continue reading Applying to BetaSpring
Total hours in a car Thursday: 12 Hours awake Thursday: 22 It was all worth it because I'm in Minneapolis with my boo, but those hours between 10:30pm and 3am on the highway make you go nuts. Add one Full Throttle (what kind of gas station has no red bull?) and some Red Hot Chilipeppers … Continue reading Thursday was sit-in car day
Here's what I did on Friday night. I biked downtown to the bars meeting up with some good friends. Then I walked home with everyone, rolling my bike along with me. This strategy is good for when you are running late or maybe are just a little impatient.