A little about me.


Hi, my name is KP and I’m a product maker, writer and community builder living in Atlanta. My day job is at one of the Fortune 500 companies but I’ve been a no-code maker on the weekends shipping small meaningful projects. I try to find very specific tiny problems that can be solved by simple products and share them with other makers/founders so they may find value in them too. I am also an organizer of a monthly meetup of makers and techies in Atlanta called Indie Hackers Atlanta at Atlanta Tech Village. In my blog, you will discover that I geek out about the latest tech products, the newest discoveries about human behavior (habits) along with a dose of mindfulness. I enjoy having authentic conversations with people and learning about their experiences. Lastly, I’ve been practicing the “art” of living a happy life, finding joy in simple things and working towards leaving a meaningful impact in the world.

Here you will find stories, blog posts and essays on a broad set of topics ranging from products, technology, startups, habits, meditation, happiness and compassion. I am a huge habits nerd so brace yourself for several posts on daily habits/hacks/routines that will help you build systems and achieve goals. (s/o to Charles Duhigg, James Clear, Nir Eyal and Ryan Hoover who inspire me!)

My blog is for people who believe in reflecting on life, creating something out of nothing and learning from failure. I will focus on keeping my writing simple and authentic by sharing lessons I pick up as I navigate obstacles and challenges on the path to my goals. I have written 200+ posts so far and typically post about 5 times a week so I hope you’ll find least something that resonates with you within the volume of work I’ve created.

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