I’m still working on this thing, so please contact me if you see something that isn’t right or if you have any suggestions to make it better.
What’s the point?
I have two reasons for this site. First, I want to get ideas from you. Second, I think sharing things about myself will help me live a more interesting life. I’m putting stuff about me on the internet so I better make sure it’s not boring, right?
About Will Boucek
I’m from Memphis. I graduated college in May 2011 from Birmingham Southern College where I played tennis, majored in math which I don’t really use, and minored in CS and Physics. I fell into a job as a pc technician that I was not qualified for. There, I learned all things pc and got pretty good at troubleshooting. Then I went to Chile, Argentina, and Brazil for 3 months. Just backpacking around with a friend. Brazil was my favorite. Then I returned to the states and moved to Jackson Wyoming – May 2012 -, where I had spent a summer during college. I was there for two and a half years working as an IT systems administrator for some hotels at the mountain. I learned how to implement and maintain IT systems for our hotels to help operations work more efficiently. I also learned to shred POW (ski) there. I left in October 2014. I went to southeast Asia for 3 weeks with some friends, then moved to Chattanooga Tennessee. I ran several teespring campaigns, started building websites for businesses, learned to code a little, and started this blog. Then I got a marketing internship in January 2015. I knew nothing about marketing. I’m writing this on February 28 and I’m still in Chattanooga, and I’m still working for that marketing company, enjoying it and learning a lot. I don’t know where I’ll be in a month, much less a year, and I like it that way. I’ll update this when I move if I remember, but for now, if you’re in Chattanooga, hit me up.
Update on April 30, 2015. I’ve moved to Medellin Colombia….
Update on October 15, 2017. I live in Austin Texas and have founded The Tennis Tribe. I teach tennis lessons and review racquets recreational and competitive tennis players.