Podcast Episode Summary Welcome to today’s episode! The next one in my vanlife series! It’s called ‘Vanlife, The Sekr Way with Breanne Acio and Jess Shisler’. I sit down to chat with Breanne and Jess about their app called Sekr,, which has helped thousands of outdoor enthusiasts connect, create community and find resources. Through empowerment, connection, and support, they promise to make your life while on the road a home. We talk… Read More
Podcast Episode Summary Welcome to today’s episode! It is so dang good. It is the first in my impromptu vanlife interviews and the bar has been set crazy high y’all. Ira and Lee are so warm, hilarious and fun. Our conversation was engaging and thoughtful from the start. We are definitely on a first gathering post-Covid high and you can feel it. The energy is pumping. We get into the power in community,… Read More
Episode Summary Today Beany, Joanne and I talk about their conscious choice to plant roots in this community, where they could acquire land to specifically grow food and health. They have never stopped making that conscious choice and are enjoying the fruits of their labor now with booming business, building their new home and learning valuable lessons along the way. We get into the communities in the world known as Blue Zones… Read More
Episode Summary Chris and Taylor Allen are an absolute delight! They totally radiate love, joy and positivity, even after experiencing some devastating tragedies very early on in their relationship. We dive into the pillar of their strength together, how they navigated life-threatening hospitalizations, the ways that vanlife has supported them throughout those experiences, vanlife community and diversity and how they leaned into the learning curve of living small and mobile. We also… Read More
This article is an opinion piece. It does not replace medical advice, but it does encourage curiousity. I know that title feels a little intense, but now that I grabbed your attention let me explain the evolutionary beauty of what a virus called Covid can do for a stunned nation, correction, world. I have been preparing for something like a superbug virus to hit humanity ever since I was drawn into the… Read More
Today we start to look at the language of grief for support and understanding. We will explore the pain that comes after the sudden loss of a person, how loss is human, the collective layers of grief we are experiencing now and how grief can become our teacher.
My guests today are the inspirational Heidi Schmidgall and Kristin Carver. They will be talking about how they successfully protected their birth and maintained it as a celebratory, sacred and spiritual occasion despite being surprised with an early term labor and birth, an experience where our conventional birthing system leans toward medical intervention.