Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Collective: Sergio Scabuzzo

‘The Collective: Interviews’ turns this week to a topic I only recently learned about, but one that is increasingly important, especially given the massively damaging climate events this past week: permaculture. A few months back, I had the pleasure of … Continue reading

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I Love Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, and Sarah Palin… and How You Can Learn to Love Them Too

Although I seldom, if ever, post explicitly political posts here, my political leanings should be evident in the nature of this blog (mindful and eco-conscious living and travel). That said, tonight, after viewing a number of heavily-politicized posts on Facebook, … Continue reading

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In this post, my friend Qi Zhai gives some great advice on how to unplug from a life so often overrun by digital communications and distractions. I’m eager to set forth a similar schedule, especially working in time for breathing, … Continue reading

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Advice for the Itinerant

Early this morning, I steeped a cup of tea and looked out over the view that has been my home for eight years: the Pacific Ocean, the Santa Monica Bay stretching from Malibu to Rancho Palos Verdes. Last week, at … Continue reading

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How We Remember

Writing a book is often a long, lonely process. When you finally ‘finish’ (whatever that means), you have this strange amnesia about how much work actually went into it (much like the experience of birthing a child—or so I’m told). … Continue reading

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