I graduated from Harvard in 2009.

I played professional basketball in Israel for three years.

I worked in Hollywood for a couple years, mostly for two hilarious TV writers.

I currently work at a tech startup in NYC.

I’m also a freelance writer. Life is good.



  1. I just read your article in ESPN about Jeremy Lin and was thoroughly impressed by your grace, humility, and wisdom. I wish you much success in chasing your dream.

  2. I also came across the piece on Lin via ESPN. Really enjoyed the read and left impressed by your composure. Do wish you the best and hope to see you back here in the States.

  3. Hi
    Just started reading your blog and had the greatest laughs i had in months. my wife (immigrated from Columbus, OH) came to check what’s going on and also had some good laughs. so thanks for that.

  4. Hi Drew!
    I admit I only started reading your blog because you’re friends with possibly the most talked about athlete in the Western hemisphere this week. Nonetheless your blog is hysterical, I wish you all the best and how about a career as a writer ?

  5. Congrats on the feature, Drew. Awesome to see your name on there and wishing you all the best – my cousin who played bball at Milken and I still talk about him hearing rumors of your greatness during high school, and I say “hell yeah, I grew up with that kid!” Again, hope you are well and keep being pro.

  6. Drew,

    I just started reading your blog yesterday and have already gone through most of your posts. Please keep writing!

  7. I came here through your post on quora. You have a wonderful blog and I wish to congratulate you on making my bookmarks, even though you probably have more significant congratulations to tend to in the near future.

  8. this blog is amazing. blogging is an art form as sacred and beautiful as any other type of writing and you nail it drew. reading this thing has caused hours of procrastination, as well as joy, heartbreak, and GUT-WRENCHING laughts. Invite this blog to my wedding please. It has developed into a dear friend.

  9. Have you ever thought about younger audiences here? (Such as I.)
    This place is a neat escape from the boredom school creates and the work of creating projects.

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