James McCullough

James McCullough

An entrepreneur, a writer, a father, a paleo-eating polymath, fuelled by Blue Bottle Coffee. I work as a consultant for boutique hotels.
Mar
02
60 Days (Mainly) Without Twitter

60 Days (Mainly) Without Twitter

Nearly two months later after planning to avoid Twitter, lead me to question the value of social media in my life. Here is what I discovered about the absence and return.
7 min read
Feb
23
Chuck Klosterman’s ‘The Nineties’

Chuck Klosterman’s ‘The Nineties’

For Klosterman, the nineties began with the release of Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album, released in September 1991; for me, the easiest marker would be the fall of 1989 when I moved to Whitehorse, Yukon from Regina, Saskatchewan, at age 10.
7 min read
Jan
26
Let’s Communicate

Let’s Communicate

Today happens to be Bell Let’s Talk day in Canada. I thought it was an appropriate time to talk about where I am at mentally and where I would like to see myself go in this coming year. The framework for this discussion is around the concept of a theme for the year or season.
7 min read
Dec
31

Turning 12 Years Old

> In many respects, she is still in a kid; but in so many others, she isn’t. She has truly
4 min read
Nov
10
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42

A tough year with more challenges ahead as COVID rears its ugly head once again. Through it all, the fire
5 min read
Jul
25

Sunday Listening - Ryan Holiday

Two podcast episodes with Ryan Holiday about the media that are worth listening to.
2 min read
Jul
08

Checking In

It’s been awhile. It would be easy to create excuses for the lack of writing, but the honest truth
3 min read
Apr
07
Reflections

Reflections

The days are blurring together for me lately. It’s hard to tell when one day ends, a new one begins.
1 min read
Mar
17

Infrastructure in Life

> I think the beauty of infrastructure is that you figure out a way to acknowledge that everything can be difficult,
1 min read
Mar
13
Downtown Kelowna - Spring Break

Downtown Kelowna - Spring Break

A nice walk downtown, starting spring break the usual way through Kasugai Gardens and along the boardwalk. Nice to see
1 min read

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