Shipped a side project
Last month, I started working on building an "adventure database," a living travel and food (mostly food) journal that lives online.

When my fiancee and I moved to Austin, we started capturing our experiences (from food to nature and more) in a Notion database. We did this so that we could remember places that we’ve visited and create a database for when our friends visited and came to town.

Quickly outgrowing the database on Notion, we also realized that as the world opens up, we wanted to capture the same kind of information through our future travels. That’s when I put the software engineer hat on and decided to build out this website for our adventures.

The project is a living thing, evolving in its own ways constantly, and the latest is here: