I can’t stress enough the importance of having a big, trained up, heavy set of balls. Man or woman, it doesn’t matter. In fact, I know many women with bigger balls than most men (like Andi of Whisky, Ink, & Lace), balls that I aspire to have some day. I’m not talking about the swinging set […]Read more "Balls"
Who am I? My name is Alexander Kenneth Wiens. Weeenzy. I was born in Santa Rosa, California. I was named after the two most important men in my mother’s life: my father, Kenneth, and her father, James Alexander. I grew up in a town of 95 people: Loch Lomond, California. Tree to person ratio was […]Read more "Who I Am and Why I’m Here (Blogging 101)"
Other than a murderer, an eternal student is the worst thing you can be. The eternal student is the person that spends all the time in the world studying something without ever putting it into practice. I have done this multiple times and I’m sort of doing it again right now. I’ve fallen in love […]Read more "The Eternal Student"
I think it’s safe to say that this Valentine’s Day was the best I have ever had. It was my one, and probably (hopefully) only Valentine’s that I will spend with a girl that I am engaged to. She told me about a week prior that she would be working all day…bummer. Such is life, […]Read more "Daddy For a Day"
I’m 24, 25 this August. I still consider myself to be a young guy, and I especially consider myself to be part of the technology boom. However, it is still hard for me to imagine what it’s like to be kid today. For anyone that was born after the turn of the new millennium, they […]Read more "The Globe in the Living Room"
We’re down to double digits, people. 99 days until Ms. Leigha Danielle Moine is Mrs. Alexander Kenneth Wiens. Honestly though, to me, it feels as if we’ve been married for the last 2 years. We moved in together in December 2012. Our home: a 38 foot single wide trailer with no heater and no working […]Read more "99 Days"
I was recently in the beautiful city of San Diego on a business trip. The company I work for works directly with financial advisors, and the average age of a financial advisor has got to be at least 50 years old. Of the huge amount of advisors I met and spoke with, a good chunk […]Read more "Old Dudes"