When I was researching about tiny houses and planning ours I was ravenous for details of other people’s homes. I wanted to know what they included, what they left out - and why. So I thought I’d … [Read More...]
unconventional ideas for a life of meaning and purpose
Living a brave intentional life means questioning the status quo, choosing freedom and authenticity over fitting in and pleasing others, and letting your soul – your own inner truth – be your guiding compass.
If you’ve ever wondered, ‘is this all there is?’ then you might be ready to start living a brave, intentional life.
I want to encourage you to question conventional wisdom and find the right path for you. Don’t just jump on the bandwagon and switch off like most people do: be intentional, ask questions, think for yourself, be brave enough to live a life that is meaningful to you, rather than just sleepwalking down the same path as everyone else.
Right now I am focusing on my writing, both here on the blog and in my book.
If you’d like to get peeks into my creative process and excerpts of the book I’m writing on intentional living, please consider joining us on Patreon.
From the blog
It is totally possible to build a tiny house with no building experience - here's how. Neither Carl nor myself had ever built anything before we built a tiny house. Actually, that’s not true - … [Read More...]
It took a little time to convince my partner to live in a tiny house. As excited and curious as I was about tiny houses, my fiance wasn't totally sure. Like most people, he wanted to live in a … [Read More...]