My Journey Toward Less
Deciding to Live with Less and Other Minimalist Lessons Learned from Fire
Project 333: A Small Wardrobe for a Lithe Life
The Clothes We Wear at Home
How to Cultivate Quiet in the Chaos of the Holidays
Earth and The Great Sea (this is my online journal)
A Small Wardrobe for a Pacific Beach Life
Traveling Light and Packing for Travel
Minimalism, Myths and the Art of Living
One Possible Thing Before Breakfast, The Garden
Sea, Sky, Wind and Comments
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"I'm not a German person, I'm not a white person, I'm not a totally Native person. But somehow I can move between these worlds very easily." Louise ErdrichFor me, with my Cherokee, Delaware, Seneca, German ancestry, Erdrich’s words are a metaphor for my life. I’m traveling incognito, and at tim...
“There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attenti...
I live near the ocean in California in a canyon area below the foothills in a high fire danger area. We’ve had a number of fires over the ...
He is careful of what he reads, for that is what he will write. He is careful of what he learns, for that is what he will know.―Annie Dilla...
I've joined a community of women and men committed to reducing the amount of clothes we buy and wear. My goal to cultivate a small...
The pinto bean south-of-the-border style recipe I collected in Taos on the day my friend Tom arranged for me to have my astrology read,...
Tending the Fire by photographer Christopher Felver with an Introduction by Linda Hogan and a foreword by Simon J. Ortiz, celebrates th...
Invited Guest Sermon: Unitarian Universalist Congregation Writing brings clarity, passion to the act of living, grounding for the soul...
Native literature, composed of western literary tradition is packed into the hyphens of the oral tradition. It is termed a “renaissance” b...
Our classes are held outdoors under a bead-blue California sky. We work on a patch of green grass, an occasional hawk sweeping over wi...