In Which Your Author Discusses Extracurricular Activities

This week was slow from a writing perspective.  However, I did push out an article for the Ferris State Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) blog.  I can honestly say that joining PRSSA has been one of the main contributing factors to my recent level of professional and academic success.  As someone who is … Continue reading In Which Your Author Discusses Extracurricular Activities

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Of Burning Boxsters and #Brexit

As stated in my previous post, today is the day of my #Brexit from The Senior Alliance.  To say that the feeling is bittersweet would be a gross understatement.  I grew up here.  When I started at the ripe age of 22 I was irresponsible, childish, and hedonistic.  Actually, not much has changed.. I normally … Continue reading Of Burning Boxsters and #Brexit

For The Times They Are a-Changin’

I returned home Tuesday morning a few moments before 3:00 AM.  The past two weeks consisted of over 3,400 miles behind the wheel, 10 states, and one plane ride.  During the course of my vacation(s), I learned three important things: 30 hours in a Penske box truck is not the ideal way to spend a … Continue reading For The Times They Are a-Changin’

Reunited and It Feels So Good

Saying that the past few weeks have been busy would be a gross understatement. Fortunately, you can still read the Gospel According to Ryan on Francis Racing's site. This week, I covered the June "Double Regional" at Laguna Seca. Most notably, Team Principal Jeff Francis being reunited with a beautiful Z4 M Coupe. I implore you to check it out.

That moment when you first get published.

It's a great feeling, seeing your name on someone else's website.  It's a better feeling when those words are describing something you're passionate about.  A lot of hard work and long nights went into making it even this far.  I'd like to thank all 6 of you loyal readers for your support and patronage.  I'm … Continue reading That moment when you first get published.

Impeding Traffic: Amtrak is a colossal waste of Taxpayer dollars, but damn it can be fun.

If you are among the 24 weekly readers (and growing!) that follow my adventures, you would have noticed that I did not post anything last week. To be honest, I’ve been extremely lazy. I’ve spent the past 4 weekends out of town. On Oct 25th, I was in Indiana. Halloween weekend was spent partying at … Continue reading Impeding Traffic: Amtrak is a colossal waste of Taxpayer dollars, but damn it can be fun.

(Motor) Way of Life: Blood on the Page

“If one day the speed kills me, don't cry, because I was smiling.” – Paul Walker For those who are a part of my personal life, you are undoubtedly aware that I lost two people very important to my life in the span of a few months. The first, my cousin (technically 1st cousin once … Continue reading (Motor) Way of Life: Blood on the Page

Impeding Traffic: Possible New Low for Millennial/Baby Boomer Relations

About 6 weeks ago, my father and I had this conversation: Dad: “My buddy Jeff called, he’s DJing for a car show this Saturday and wants you there. You need to go.” Me: “I haven’t washed the Vette in two weeks, and it is supposed to rain.” Dad: “It’s supposed to clear up Saturday, wash … Continue reading Impeding Traffic: Possible New Low for Millennial/Baby Boomer Relations