You need someone to show you the light. To show you what's possible. To model what a different life could look like.
This blog has changed a ton over the years. But I'm returning back to my original Blogspot roots.
Every year on my birthday, I reflect on my highs, lows, and everything in between. This tradition is an amazing way to measure backward and appreciate how far I've come. Here's how my 2022 went.
Tam Pham's year in review for 2021. Phamily time, new promotion, diversifying my purpose portfolio, learning martial arts, and my new definition of happiness.
I write a review every year on my birthday to reflect (past editions here: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015). Here's what my 2020 looked like: The goals I set at the beginning of 2020 were simple: 1. Dance bachata 2. Take improv classes 3. Meet my new girlfriend 4.
I usually write a review every year on my birthday to reflect (past editions here: 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015). Here's what my 2019 looked like: Finishing up my chess sabbatical I spent the first part of 2019 finishing up my days of chess tournaments and teaching kids. Chess consumed
2018 for me has been full of excitement, adventure, and peace in that order. A good friend of mine described me as transitioning from a naive and wide-eyed boy to an old Asian dad. I agree with her. Every year on my birthday, I look back and reflect on how
My year in review for 2017.
I want to take the chance and reflect on this past year. The piece is a bit random, but I hope you learn something useful or gain a new perspective on what it’s like to live a day in a dropout’s unconventional life. (past editions here: 2015). I
If you asked me where I would be right now a year ago, my prediction wouldn’t even come close.