Introduction and About Me

For almost three years now, I have been going back and forth with creating my own website. On each attempt, it would reach a point where I would become overwhelmed with outside work, and not have the time anymore to continuously update my site. It's hard to gain an active following when your website becomes stagnant and stale, even if you attempt to reboot it months later.

Every time that I would step away from this project, I would begin to regret it as soon I would want to get back into writing again. I have tried many different things, YouTube, podcasts, even different features on the website itself, all to become as what we call SBNO in this industry, standing but not operating.

So how is this different? In my mind, a blog is the best platform for me. Unlike a website, it will require minimal maintenance and updates, while still allowing me to post my daily thoughts and tips. Over time, I can expand on this, reboot my YouTube channel, and much more. A blog can be compared to a word document. A single webpage where I just post things as I finish them.

Not a great picture, but I tried
So a little about myself; I am a Mechanical Engineering junior in college, and have been a fan of the amusement industry since I was in 1st grade. What just started as hours and hours of being amazed and researching different parks in front of a computer, lead me down many different roads in the industry.

I worked for a theme park in operations for two seasons, climbing up to the rank of team lead and trainer on various different rides and roller coasters. Currently, I am the President of my university's Theme Park Engineering Club. My long term passion and goal is to work in the industry, either in an engineering or management role, but I am also debating getting my Master's in education.

I am well-traveled along the east coast in terms of visiting theme parks, but plan on going to many more places over the next few years. My favorite park is Cedar Point, also home to my favorite roller coaster, Steel Vengeance.

I'm going to cut this post short, before I ramble on too much, but next up will be a preview of what you should expect out of this blog in the future. Thanks for reading!


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