I’ve long had the desire to keep things simple. It’s not an easy task in today’s society.
I’m not a “foodie”, but I immensely enjoy films about craft. I seek out films, such as this, that delve into the processes of people who excel at their trade.
It’s the vernal equinox and one of my favorite days because it means more sun,…
When you are open to the exploration of your thoughts, allowing them to formulate without getting hung up on directing them, good things happen.
I fell into the black hole again, deep enough to scare myself into finally reaching out in every direction I could think of for help.
Last week I wrote about ten things I've learned since moving into a van. In reviewing the list there were just two items specifically related to the day-to-day practicalities of living in a van.
We've been living on the road and in our Chevy since July 2017. It has been an interesting journey, equally adventurous and tedious. The trail miles have been invigorating and rejuvenating.
Tim Wu wrote about The Tyranny of Convenience last week in the New York Times. Too much convenience can make us less resilient to the trials which often present themselves.
This week marks seven months living in the van, five of those months traveling through Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas.
According to Charles Duhigg, routine is one of three steps to building lasting habits. There is a cue (or trigger), then the routine, then a reward.