A personal guide to living beyond the weekend.
Your Shit Does Not Matter (More Than Anyone Else’s Shit)
You need to calm down.
The Thing About Caring
Intentions are not enough.
Thanks For Coming
Appreciation can make sex better.
Stop Moving So Much
The perks of slow days and being stationary.
The Blindside Of Privilege
Not having drives us to never define ‘enough’ in personal terms and sets us on a dangerous path marked by an insatiable appetite.
Notes For A New Day
Reminders, mantras and kindling for personal revolutions.
The Reuse Manifesto
A second life can be a pretty meaningful existence, even for the environment.
Maybe you’re addicted to always doing something. I’m right there with you. Here’s what I’m doing to stop myself.
Be Grateful, Deliberately
Making gratitude a lifestyle goes beyond the sporadic “thank you” and that equally infrequent overwhelming sense of privilege we feel, to a more deliberate attempt to cultivate a grateful heart. They say practice makes perfect, or at least gets us close enough to transforming a habit into a character. One way to practice gratitude is by going the extra mile of writing gratitude letters to people who have made a positive difference in our lives. An email works too, but this kind of “thank you” demands that we write on paper and deliver the letter in person. Very particular, I know, but if…