Trash Transformation Story #5 – A Mess Culture

Yesterday morning started with a crystal clear blue sky day. The sun had already begun warming the air and ground. I set out to collect the trash in the beautiful park nearby. Songbird choirs rejoiced as they found an abundant breakfast in the lagoon. After a while of collecting from the path and in some areas requiring a little bushwhacking, I switched gears into creating mode. Gathering the decaying plants […]

Nature Art Trash Transformation Q&A

Since posting my next mission to travel into Baja, Mexico and collect garbage along the highway with the intention of transforming it into nature art, I have received a ton of wonderful feedback. I am excited to hear from all of the people who are in support of the clean-up. Part of my life journey is to find forms of service that balance my desire to do something that I […]

Nature Art Trash Transformation in Baja, Mexico

For quite some time now I have practiced living life one step at a time. In May of 2013 I left my homecity of 26 years in a camper I named Magic. I chose a direction and let the journey unfold, planning rarely more than a week in advance. The plans I did make always turned out different than I thought they would, so they were usually quite flexible. East […]

The Circle of Gratitude: Part One – Entering the Circle

¬†This is the first Part of The Circle of Gratitude Story series. Be sure to check out the Whole overview and introduction here. ¬† The Circle of Gratitude is a platform for people to create gift relationships within a community of individuals desiring to support each other.   Last week I introduced the overall story arc to The Circle of Gratitude, an idea that has been evolving over the last […]

Moving Into Conscious Relationship: Five Tips for Communal Living

Moving Into Conscious Relationship Five Tips for Communal Living   I would like to dive into a topic that has been a major theme of experience and reflection for me during the last few years. While I hardly consider myself an expert (still learning just as much as I always have) on communal living, I feel drawn to share a few observations that have come into focus in that time. […]