“Sometimes you have to give up something good to discover there is genius.” –Lifeplugin Summit It’s a Blue In Green kind of night. Do you know what that is? Maybe you have them, too. Maybe you play this song, or album, on repeat for hours until time dissipates into the wee hours of the night– until … More Triggering Transformation
Knee-High in Foods and Dudes Chapter One After 25 years of traveling around this big, beautiful sun, I’ve come to the unfortunate realization that most people fit into one of three categories after hearing my name for the first time. I used to think it was a drag to be constantly reminded of how monotonous … More The Wish Bathers, Chapter One
Well, people, it’s hard to believe, but I’ve officially been living in India for ONE WHOLE YEAR. Whoa, dude. Time flies, doesn’t it? When you’re a kid an entire year seems like a lifetime, but as you get older, it’s really just a little blip in time. Funny how that happens. So, I say this … More 15 things I’ve learned from living ONE year in India
When I arrived in Goa, I spent the first few weeks in Anjuna calculating the daunting mission of obstacles out on the open roads. The cows, the goats, the cars, and those dang dogs that everyone warned me about. Going for a walk or a run meant that I had to face the great wonder … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #13–The Canine Revolution of Running in India
A few weeks ago, me and my cartoon husband braved leaving our glorious jungle bubble in Goa to go on a trek of epic proportions across mother India. Heh. We traveled 1700 miles (2700 km) by train, bus, and rickshaw to a funny place on the Nepal border, called Sunauli. . . .to explore a … More India/Nepal Visa Run
The first time I came to India was in 2011. It was an assault on my senses. It was heart breaking and beautiful. It was as challenging as it was inspiring, but the one thing that forced a half bobble of confusion from my neophyte head, was the amount of people I noticed very. . … More Anjuna, Goa Tales #5–India is The Capital of what?