Best Restaurants in Seattle

In general, if you like seafood, you should be eating SEAFOOD in Seattle – all kinds of salmon, oysters, and Dungeness crab! But, if you don’t, do not worry, I still have you covered. We have all types of tasty cuisine in Seattle. Items listed in priority order within their category, neighborhood in parentheses, and […]

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Best Things to Do Outside Seattle

Maple Pass Loop

Did you already finish the Best Things to Do IN Seattle? Then, you need to get OUT of Seattle and into the best surrounding areas. Here are the most important places to check out for repeat Seattle visitors or Seattle residents listed in priority order. After you finish the tourist hot spots, then go discover […]

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Best Things to Do in Seattle

Here are the most important things to do for new Seattle visitors listed in priority order. Then, after you finish this list of tourist hot spots, go discover the mountains with the locals or hop on the ferries to the nearby islands which is detailed here: Best Things to Do OUTSIDE of Seattle. Seattle neighborhood […]

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Washington Day Hikes

These are all the hikes I’ve done in Washington State. So far, I only do day hikes but eventually I’ll do overnight backpacking ones. Featured image above is Chain Lakes Loop. Hikes Completed (45) The indented hikes means you can do 2 hikes in 1 go because they branch off as detours. Central Cascades Icicle […]

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What to Bring Day Hiking

Here’s a comprehensive list of things to pack when you’re day hiking in the warmer months (late spring to early fall) in PNW (Pacific Northwest). Not all items will apply in all cases. Above is a picture of Hex Mountain in Cle Elum, WA. Clothes & Accessories ←Checkbox Puffy jacket: to stay warm as layers […]

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Day Hiking in Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

Point Lobos

Visiting Northern California, I decided to make a day trip to Point Lobos. It’s a California state park. It costs $10 per car ($9 for seniors). You can go day hiking but no camping, no dogs, and no bikes. The roads are very well paved with nice, modern bathrooms at the major parking lots and […]

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Product Management Guide

This is my guide to Product Management for new and experienced PMs. It’s a list of resources for learning product management, landing a product management job, interviewing for a PM role, and getting paid properly as a PM. TOPICS Interviewing Product Management Business Strategy Metrics & Analytics User Design Software Development Coding Development & Processes […]

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