Take a moment to drift away from the cage of your goals.
Put the to-do list on hold.
Ask the calendar to take a casual leave.
Pause the timeline.
Hang your ambitions on the clothesline, just for a bit.
Wander away as you sit still.
Allow the mind to graze in greener pastures.
Let your imagination have a field day.
Stray. Glide. Fly.
Out of the window.
On your desk.
Or deep into the couch.
Daydream. Come home to yourself.
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James enjoyed the hunt, it was a game to him. Victoria enjoyed being elusive, disappearing to the frustration of her enemy.... together they were deadly. 😈
Guys Midnight Sun comes out TOMORROW!!!! 🍎🖤📖
Travel day vibes. I’m not going to edit this photo so you can see what it’s really like in here when we move.
Zuri has no complaints other then not getting enough treats.
Who has questions about fulltime life? Who’s just hitting the road out there?
Sleeping in La Paz today maybe El Triunfo tomorrow and maybe Jose Del Cabo after that. It feels so good to have Dita back on the road! The main reason for this trip is to look for and purchase unique, artisanal Mexican furniture for the casitas and tents ( @cienpalmas ) Although a short road trip it’s fun nonetheless and it reminds us that soon, very soon (once we have this all up and running) we’ll be able to travel more often.
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“You go to a place for a visit and deep in your heart you think that this place can be your own home and Zurich is such a place!” ― Mehmet Murat ildan
Chapter 1 was like playing the tutorial level of a video game.
The map was small, the distances between missions short, the missions designed to test different skills and equipment, everything sort of nicely bounded and ordered to help new players get their bearings.
That player was me, exploring New England in a loop, starting and ending in NYC, acquiring some new gear (canoe stuff), learning some new skills (paddling, backpacking), refining some existing skills (camping), and getting familiar with life in a van.
This is chapter 2. The tutorial ends and the open world game begins.
(I am specifically referencing Death Stranding here. Most of the game takes place in one large open world map. The first map (the eastern region with Port Knot City) is totally the tutorial map. My chapter 1.)
In the open world, the distances become greater and the missions become longer. In the tutorial, I could reach my next mission with a day of driving or less. Now, it takes several days to get there. During the tutorial, missions were measured in days. This next mission is measured in weeks.
After finishing at U-Haul, I left NYC and drove through New Jersey. Then through Pennsylvania. Then Ohio. At the end of a big day of driving, I was thinking it would be nice to enjoy a cold beer after arriving at camp. (All my beer in the car was warm.) As I was pondering where to I might acquire such a cold beer, less than 10 minutes from camp I drove past this sign. I stopped and checked on Google Maps. “Open for another hour.” I turned around, went up the driveway, and found a small, yet busy, farm brewery with outdoor seating. Jackpot. I ordered an IPL, which I enjoyed very much.
feelin incredibly grateful for our second day back on the road.⠀
we of course, had some hiccups- one in which we left the original 1978 gas tank cap on the back of our bumper and took off without it plugged back in.⠀
we scrambled all over the city (still rocky with driving manual) to find a replacement which we couldn’t find, as well as picked up some dish soap, extra dog food + zip ties for our temporary gas cap lid job (see stories).⠀
tequila also threw up all last night and had the runs all today, so we’re all a mess 😩
on the plus side, we met up with our sweet pals and will be travelling north with them for the next little while, we’re really looking forward to what the next few days have in store.⠀
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✨Laundry Day in a Tiny Home 🧺
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I'm pretty much a bum with a fancy camera. This is my living situation as of now, I left it messy for these shots before cleaning up because I'm all for the real experience. I'm also posting this so people can see past a probable facade of extensive traveling. I was never looking for a vacation during my travels and instead yearning for an actual human experience that could test the way I move around the world. As I stay at a friend's property till we head down west to the Olympic mountains I start to ponder about life and different ways to navigate it. You could say this post is just about identifying with myself and my own human experience. I don't really care if this type of travel is unappetizing, it's extremely enjoyable in my perspective to be where you want to be and do what you want without the excuses and things holding you back. I'm getting a kick out of seeing/tasting things, meeting a shit ton of people, documenting a real journey and doing everything that would have scared me a few years back.
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•Smiling because I’ve been in Colorado for a month. Let’s all be real with ourselves - the last few months have felt wild ✨
Filled with destruction, reflection and rebirth. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what matters to me, the things and people and places that bring me joy and where I see myself going. I spent time falling in love with my city that I’ve lived in the last three years. Going for runs on empty streets. Finding joy in simple things. I also hysterically cried in my apartment -felt anxious, isolated, unmotivated - all the things.
Although NYC will be my home-base for a little longer, the next few months will be time to venture and explore and figure out where to next for Liv. And shoot Colorado, I think you just got added to the shortlist 🌲🏔 🏠 •
Getting Dita ready for a road trip tomorrow! With quarantine shutdowns all throughout Baja plus non-stop work and preparations for @cienpalamas it’s been way too long since we’ve hit the open road. Can’t wait!
Waiting for something in the mail? I’m currently stalking our door step for our @maxxairvent fans 💨
We’ve decided to skip propane and work on the roof and getting it completely done because there’s a 💩 load of holes about to put into it 😟
First, our skylight is going to ripped out 💔, we’re then going to patch the hole with a brand new piece of metal and literally start from scratch. We have our new skylight, which is slightly smaller and domed, sitting and waiting for its new home ☀️
The next load of holes will be for the solar panel brackets. We’re putting 18...yes you read that correctly, 18 solar panels on our roof. Wes has measured it out and they fit perfectly WITH our fans and skylight (we will update you on what we decided for solar in a bit)⚡️
Lastly will be our ceiling fans which I’ve heard are pretty easy to install but now that I’ve said that.......🤪
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Feeling very grateful to open in person sessions today! Thank you for supporting me and lots of love to the clients that are comfortable coming in during this time. We’re in this journey together. My heart is full with love and excitement ❤️