I have long dreamed about having a tiny home. As a kid I was fascinated with RVs, and as I got older, tour busses. The last ten years, I’ve probably spent thousands of hours fantasizing about how I would design a tour bus or a tiny house.
Being two musicians, it’s not easy to convince a bank to give you a mortgage, and I’ve always had problems with authority figures anyway ;) The idea of spending so much on interest disturbs me deeply, and the idea of building something just for us stirs a longing inside me.
The other day, my husband asked me to compile these photos and put them to a song he wrote, produced, engineered, mixed, sang and played guitar on. As you can see, he’s been working hard the last 6 months on this project, and it’s incredibly gratifying to see it all come together in this little montage. The new album is almost out – I can’t wait to share it with you!
I was just sitting here drinking a cup of my favorite tea and thinking to myself “More people need to know how awesome this tea is” so I figured I’d make a post about 5 drinks I’d recommend to a friend :)
One of my biggest obsessions in the last decade has been eco friendliness. Since I married my sweetheart, the greenness has extended to housecleaning too. In the last couple years, I’ve spent way too much time on pinterest, and that has taught me a lot about what is possible as far as DIY cleaning agents go.
I recently modified a recipe I found on pinterest for an all purpose spray cleaner that works on counters, bathrooms, etc. It works, and it’s super easy to make.
I made a little video to show the process of a painting I just completed. The music is a tune I wrote called “The Sun Shines This Way”, and was recorded several years ago with my friend Adam Dobres. Enjoy!
I’ve spent most of my adult life on the road. I once went for 4 years without having a fixed address. Over the years I’ve worked out a little system to keep myself at my best, and while priorities change, there are a few things that are constants on the road for facilitating a healthy life while in constant transit. I’d love to hear from you all – those who travel for work and for pleasure, to find out what you consider essential!