When I tell people I’m from Portland, they often ask if it really rains all the time (it’s complicated), if it’s really like the show Portlandia (it is), and where I love to eat. On the last question, there are WAY TOO MANY PLACES IN PORTLAND THAT I LOVE TO EAT. Even if I just
When I think about Anthony Bourdain, I think about sardines (he has a great episode about canned fish on the NW coast of France). I think about how I quit smoking before him, but seeing his struggle to quit play out after mine helped keep me strong and off those calamity sticks. Anthony taught me
The Cascadia Earthquake is coming. With a fault line from Northern California to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and an anticipated force of at least 9.0 on the Richter scale, devastation will be profound. .@matthewsolum Cascadia Rising Exercise included a 9.0 earthquake AND a tsunami. (extreme impact across Pacific Northwest) #NWAS17 pic.twitter.com/lemNzh0MDE — National Weather Association
I’ve been a Google Local Guide for just over 2 years. It has been a great experience on so many levels. I’ve received perks from Google. From small: like a free trial of YouTube Red; to big: I got selected to the Local Guides Summit (now called Connect Live), in 2017. In addition to perks,
7 things I learned both good and bad when I started riding my bike to work in Portland.
The Google Local Guides team just published a fun game on their Twitter feed to help more people learn about Google Maps and to share their favorite locations. Are you up for a #LetsGuide challenge?1. Screenshot the wheel to find out who you should guide next 🎡2. Share it using #LetsGuide 💬3. This weekend, add
My friend, and avid traveler, Jamie, shared her world travel map using a free tool from Matador Network the other day: Exciting day! #30under30 https://t.co/YG5ZYdn4pt — Jamie Sterling (@jamielsterling) March 4, 2018 Though I haven’t been to as many countries as her, I figured I would build my own map too. Here’s my world travel