It helps me to remember that creative acts — often taken for granted — have helped shape the world we all strive to find joy in. Keeping the fire in my home is a constant meditation on the power of imagination and determination, coupled with a reminder that it’s Nature’s way to (literally) light the path for us.
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The first time I traveled alone in a foreign country, I was twenty-three. I’d decided to backpack through Italy — armed with a too-heavy backpack and too many pairs of shoes. One night, I hand-washed a pair of my underwear in the shower of my hostel in Rome, and hung them to dry on the post of […]
It was just past sunset in the Central Valley. The inside of my car glowed neon pink, and Caroline Myss was talking to me through the speakers of my car stereo; an audiobook on energy medicine. (If you’ve ever heard Caroline Myss speak or listened to an audiobook of hers: congratulations, brave human. The woman […]