Justin Tadlock

Pictures of cats

If there’s anything truly good about the World Wide Web, it’s that people can share cat pictures

A day in Prattville with Shannon

My cousin was in town today. As is custom, that meant riding up to Prattville, Ala. and stopping by Bass Pro Shops. We had a pretty fun day hanging out. We took Shannon’s son out for lunch at Steak…

Switching from WordPress to a custom CMS

If you’ve been a long-time reader of my blog, I bet you never thought you’d see the day with a post titled anything like this one. I’ve moved this blog from WordPress to a custom CMS. Before…

The Final Comments

19,516. That’s the number of approved comments this blog has amassed over the years. The vast majority of these comments are on some of my more popular WordPress-centered posts. I’ve had a lot of fun over the years discussing…

On blogging: What I regret the most

As I mentioned in the previous post, I’m overhauling the blog. This has given me the opportunity to reevaluate many things in my life. I’ve been able to sit and remember some of the great things that have…

The college era: Then and now

I’ve taken some time away from my main work this week to focus on cleaning things on this blog. I still have much to do, and I’m only about halfway through everything. Earlier today, I completed the cleanup…

2018-2019 network TV schedule

It’s premiere night at my house tonight, which means it’s time to break out the pizza and soda. With the season premieres of The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, and Manifest, I thought it was time to share…

When life gives you lemons...

You know, sometimes you just get tired of drinking all that lemonade. August started out great. It was the best month, financially, that I’ve had all year. I celebrated Theme Hybrid’s 10-year anniversary. And, I paid up all…

Bottled blackberry wine

Last year, I began the process of starting a blackberry wine. Just before Christmas, I was able to bottle it and give most of it away as gifts. Of course, I kept a bottle of it for myself. It got…

2018: The year of books

Every year, I make an entire list of things I’m planning to change in my life for the new year. Many times, I’ve completed my goals. However, over the past couple of years, I’ve struggled to finish…