Charity starts on your hard drive

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
open source
personal finance

I’ve never been a charitable person. There, I said it. It’s not that I don’t care enough, it’s that I’ve always been somewhat selfish with my “hard earned dollars”. That said, this past January I read Dave Ramsay’s The Total Money Makeover and one of my main takeaways was that […]

June Challenge: Improve Posture

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
self improvement

Last year I took the month of June to immerse myself in Jazz music in an attempt to find some appreciation for it. I still think jazz sucks but Jazz June has turned into a mid-year opportunity for me to challenge myself. This year, I’ve decided that I should go […]

Just drive

By Josh Sherman
1 min read

We did a thing today. We got in the car and drove to the largest Buc-ee’s in the great state of Texas. Nay! We drove to the largest Buc-ee’s on the planet Earth. Why? Why the fuck not. It’s quite interesting. Upon telling folks that we were going to take […]

Changing personality types

By Josh Sherman
3 min read

Since late 2015 and every 6 months or so after, I have been taking a Myers-Briggs test by way of 16Personalities. Can’t really remember, but I think the reason I originally took the test was because my Dave had asked me what my personality type was as a way to […]

How to calculate Mother’s Day in JavaScript

By Josh Sherman
1 min read

One of my favorite features of PHP is the strtotime function. It takes a string and gives you the equivalent time in return. Unfortunately, there’s not something similar for other languages. There are other ATTEMPTS to duplicate the function, but nothing I’ve ran into that works quite as well. With […]