How To Fax without A Fax Machine & Life Updates
I figured I should put a how to somewhere in here since all I do is random updates nowadays. Also, I've made this How-To before but this was BEFORE my website got hacked and my past blog posts' images decided they would become annonymous all of a sudden.
- Now, I'm going to assume that you want to fax a document you have in your hand. Seeing that you are searching on a way to fax without a fax machine, you might not even have a scanner or fax machine on hand. But you DO have a phone, right? So go here and download a nifty app called Genius Scan. It will turn a picture into a PDF file pretty quickly and saves it on your phone.
- 2nd NOW, go to faxzero.com, attach your files, fill in the appropriate information, and click SEND. (You can do this using your phone as well or on your computer).
- THIRD NOW, go to your email address which you submitted and CONFIRM the fax. Then check in a few minutes whether your fax went through or not. If not.... cry.
- FOURTH NOW...You're WELLLLLLLLLCCCCOMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FAX ON! Who send faxes nowadays? YOU!
What have I been up to?
Weekend of 4/16-4/17 I climbed at fairview mountain for the first time in forever! Saw a lizard that shocked Benjo in the middle of a climb. Listened to Mike Sacco rap, sing, and later danced by the light of our campfire. Ate afterwards at Chevos. Delicious food. Found out I was banned from the High Desert Climbing group because of a certain individual. But the whole thing made me contact an old friend and we are on good terms again. I climbed at Horseman's center with Elliot and ate some good ole' Pho. Also camped and climbed at New Jack City. Witnessed both Julie and Mike can handle their alcohol... and dance like pros. Found out more about Mike... the jack of many different trades that range from normal to extremely bizarre. Twas' fun!
Around 4/23-4/24 I was supposed to go to Holcomb but due to the weather...plans were dismissed. I ended up climbing at Hanger 18 rancho. Got in more me time. Bought two more cars. A 2007 Infiniti G35 and a 2001 BMW 325i sedan.
Then... approximately 4/30-5/1 Another Sender Saturday! Went with David, Oky and Steve Cox. Had a great time climbing with Oky as he taught me more techniques. He told me "it's all about the knee bend". We were supposed to climb at New Jack until the weather steered us indoors. On Sunday we went climbing at Riverside Rock Quarry but I could only get 3 climbs in before I died of exhaustion. Met Frank, Erin and Greg. I told Greg I would get him parts for his car....but I totally forgot his car's year/make/model. Maybe it was a 2007 Mercedes E42? Damn.
Around 5/7-5/8 I drove down the hill to celebrate my friend's birthday party in Garden Grove. Brought some stuff to make kabobs with and it was delightful! We spent a few hours making the kabobs. Had a night party outside on the patio by the pool with candles. On Saturday I went hiking at Joshua Tree with Stephen and got totally lost trying to do the Gunsight Loop trail. Ended up hiking around 8 miles when we were supposed to only do 2.5. Stephen managed to coax some girls to let us hitch hike with them back to his car. Went to the Desert Hot Springs Spa afterwards and witnessed Stephen's ability to be a social butterfly in almost any situation with almost anyone. Can you scuba dive? Yes. Can you ice climb? Yes. Can you sky dive? "I'm a certified sky diver." Can you ride a horse? "Who can't?" Going to Peru next month? Just came back from Spain? Then Mexico and then skiing off the side of a mountain? Then Zion? Then Vietnam in October?.... list goes on. Then on Sunday I visited my family and celebrated a Mother's day dinner. Gave my mom a gift - all is good. Everyone had a nice family dinner. Harold stays with my mom now because I'm always gone so she gets the attention she deserves on a daily basis.
It is getting late so I'll just include very short business updates:
While still TRYING to live life to its fullest and saying yes to adventures, I'm also trying to get the software biz off the ground. So I hired a full time virtual assistant to help me, I signed up for an online course, and I'm having him take it with me. He also started working on the design of the product we have already launched but I am re-branding. Below are screenshots of what's in the works for re-branding the product and also the online course I'm creating.
At the same time, I'm training employees and I got another virtual assistant for the auto dismantling biz. It is nonstop training everyday and nonstop work. I crawl home to bed sometimes at 11pm. But then I read about Elon Musk and I'm like.. "WHAT AM I DOING WITH MY LIFE?!" I had a moment to relax when I went to Vietnam but it is back to the grind for at least a few more months before I can relax again. HOWEVER, because of the hard work, we are hitting higher sales. Another milestone is getting to 25K/month for eBay sales. There's also cash sales, credit card sales through the stores, credit card sales through the phone, sales on amazon... but I'm going to end the update here. My goal is to hit 30K/month and I am very close, but no cigar! Also, it's sad to admit, but I don't know anything about stocks, so I threw $1000 out there to see what happens and I'm going to edumacate myself a bit more on what it's about. I'll let you guys know in a later update.
In about 5 months I'll be turning 30. My goals before hitting 30 is to be closer to freedom as it always been. But I realize, it is really hard to do so. I have to work my ass off. Making time for family, friends, and random projects/businesses is a lot of work ... but worth it. I've been blessed to be able to wake up when I want to and know I'll have food everyday to consume to survive. I've been blessed to not have to worry about my livelihood on a daily basis. It's so far been a good life and I want to continue this for as long as I can.
Tomorrow I'm going to be climbing at Holcomb. Horray!
Goals for the next 6 months: Go on another trip (wherever!). Travel outside of the US (again!). Launch the online course. Get back into shape (I don't think I'm as hardcore as I should be about my exercise routines as of late).
Goals for the future: Be happy. Continue to say Yes to adventures. Be more giving. Make time to meet more people.