Published by admin on July 22, 2017

Losing Grip: The Sequel

Earlier in the day, I wrote out my feelings in Losing Grip. It’s short. I highly recommend you stop and read it first.   I ended it by saying, And I don’t want to fight anymore. I realize how this may have left many of you really unsure as to my intentions. And while I thought about…

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Published by admin on July 21, 2017

Losing Grip

  I’m living in a place where I’m not entirely wanted or appreciated. I’m broke af, making it difficult to move. I look at CL ads but see nothing that really fits–and I don’t want to “force” it.   I’m living irresponsibly– and I’m not sure if I care. I don’t want to give in…

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Published by admin on June 29, 2017

Why Relationship Advice is Crap

  I once consulted the I Ching for a reading with a friend of mine. We both “asked” the online app the same question, and to my astonishment, we got completely different answers. The question: is having casual sex good for me? But it kinda made sense. His journey was moving into a more soulful…

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Published by admin on November 11, 2016

My Cabin Steward is a Shaman

It’s the little things. Always the little things. I’m been traveling on a ship that has traveled from Germany to Africa and which is now headed to the Caribbean, and I haven’t had to make my bed. Not once. Each morning, I leave my cabin (usually in a semi-wreck state) and when I return later in the…

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Published by admin on August 16, 2016

My Messy (Non-Linear) Life

  For the past month or so, I’ve sat down to write, had a good start to a piece, only to then hit the save to draft button. Translation: no courage. My excuse was that my writing wasn’t good enough. Not tonight. Many people take a path in life (vis-a-vis their career) that looks pretty linear. Usually, it involves some…

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Published by admin on March 5, 2016

My Most Courageous Act

The most courageous thing I’ve ever done wasn’t kayaking The Narrows in Zion National Park. It wasn’t living in Israel during the second antifada. It wasn’t even doing naked stand-up in front of a hundred strangers at Burning Man (even though I had forgotten to manscape). No. The most courageous thing I’ve ever done was to leave the…

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Published by admin on November 6, 2015

Failing Faster: Not Your Mama’s Post on Failing

It sounds kinda funny, doesn’t it? Fail? Who wants to fail? But it’s the secret of a truly happy life, in my opinion. So, let’s dissect it. Failing. It sucks. I hate it. And, yet, it’s the key. Now, let’s be clear from the onset: I am not saying that failing is the key. I am…

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