Hello, I’m Jeremy Phillips.

I’m a thirty-something father of three. I’ve been married since 1998. I still don’t know what I want to do with my life but I’m enjoying the journey so far.

I started my first job at 12, where I learned more than I ever wanted to know about Fuchsias.

I started my first business at 16, doing OpenVMS consulting after school.

I briefly attended Washington State University before realizing college wasn’t my thing.

In 2010, I went back to working for myself by starting Cohesive Logic, an IT consulting firm with a nationwide footprint. I used to spend a lot of time playing with Active Directory and Exchange Server, but now I spend the majority of my time running the business side of things. I also used to fly a lot in this role.

In 2013, I decided I wanted to expand my horizons so I turned my hobby of disaster preparedness into my second business and started Plateau Preparedness, an online retailer of quality disaster preparedness and survival gear.

Currently I reside in Sammamish, Washington.

I share my thoughts on pretty much everything on my blog, located here, and I share my journeys on my photoblog, located here.