Where does time go?!?

It is SO hard to believe that I have not posted since November! my goodness… SO much has happened in the past 4 months. There is not a week that has gone by that I didn’t think about writing an entry about my adventures… but somehow things always seemed to “come-up” and I kept telling

I got pulled over… rollerblading!

yup! I did! … and I laughed about it to where my belly hurt… So, I am trying hard to balance work, driving, and exercise into my routine… On this particular day {after work} I REALLY needed to get some exercise because it had been raining for a few days and I was driving more

Shenandoah National Park in Va.

I had NO idea what to expect and I love, love, love Shenandoah National Park! I arrived in the later hours of the night so I missed the beautiful scenery on my way in but when I woke up the next day, I was surrounded by such a beautiful place. I’m not even sure where to

I survived week 1 on the road =)

I started out my “winter-road-trip” on Oct 16th which meant that I’ve officially “hit-the-road” in search of warmer weather, Nation Parks, and beautiful scenery while working full time. …boy do I feel SO fortunate to have this opportunity. I have to say, the first week on the road is what I’ll call the “week-to-acclimate”. Since

Home {and office} is where the van is!

Working from home (a.k.a. my van or mobile office) certainly creates a buzz of questions when I’m on client calls. Ninety-nine percent of the time, when I’m on video Zoom calls, my clients ask the following questions: Where are you? Are you in your car? Can you please start every call telling us what state

Summer is flying by…

I have been living in my van full time for 15 months! Holy Moly… what a journey this has been! When COVID hit, I made the decision to travel back to my home town of York, Maine and I am SO glad that I did.  I’m in love with the fact that this lot of

I am obsessed with trash…

No, I’m not a dumpster diver, but what looks like waste to other people, looks to me like an opportunity to create something new. …and just so that we are all on the same page, let’s define the word waste… Waste (a.k.a. trash) according to Wikipedia, is any substance that is discarded after primary use,

Taking a leave no trace attitude

We are beautiful humans who do a tremendous amount of good. However, we are also having an undeniable negative impact on our planet. Our carbon footprint is one measurement that has indicated that we are changing the world and leaving behind more than our fair share. I want this human-life experience to be interconnected with

A Time of Reflection – A Time of Pause and Peace

The following is an excerpt from one of my Spiritual Teachers, Chess Edwards as he recognizes the space of conscious and deliberate reorganization that is emerging now more than ever. It’s a time of being steadfastly attentive to all the pain, sorrow, fear, disillusionment, hope, grace, courage, devotion, and love that is arising with such

Downsizing & Reducing my waste

I have been super-mindful about the products I purchase since I moved on to my property because it has become even more obvious to me the waste that I am creating. So… I continue to look for products that don’t come in packaging… like plastic wraps/containers/aluminum cans/etc… At this point, I would say that I