Hello dear friends and gracious music lovers.
I hope this note finds you doing wonderfully and enjoying the summer so much, whether that be running around wildly fitting it in, or slowing down and beaching, or a little of both.
It’s 4:30 on Thursday, I’ve brewed a french press of coffee, and ready to
It’s a gorgeous visual, isn’t it — throwing shit at the wall to see what sticks. That sticky shit, that mess! That’s life! Or the story of my life, anyway. What is to follow is a bit of an un-tamed self help blog, full of unsolicited
The Majesty of Beasts by mary bue
Please enjoy this blog (or online diary!) with a soundtrack! Click play to listen above 🙂
I was recently out to dinner with some loved ones (all omnivores) in a hip, busy new restaurant in a midwestern state. There was a cauliflower steak with mediterranean orzo on the menu. I asked the server
"I find you to be inspired and self motivated to just walk through life and take on new challenges. How do you do that?" Read on for some life story to a soundtrack to my heart's desires 🙂
Hello friends! This is gonna be a kind of long blog – a synthesis / digest of the last few email newsletters (please sign up for the newsletter here if you’d like an email from me once a month or so)! Feel free to skim to what interests you!!!
I spent the month of March 2019 traveling
YAHOO you read the headline right! I wanna write you poems every day from Bali and India!!!
A few weeks ago my friend Lucia texted me on accident the word "Temple." Her kid bumped the phone and siri texted me that word! Well I am soooo happy to announce that I'm going to be seeing LOTS of temples soon as I'm taking a spiritual pilgrimage to BALI and INDIA at the end of the month!
I’ve got the magic hour candle burning. The laundry is whipping around. The sink is full of dishes. I finally vacuumed my car out from the summer. I feel like a bachelor (pardon the stereotype), living off clif bars and pizza luce and refried beans. It’s all good stuff, but damn it’s been a lot of stuff!
I hope you’ve had more time for self care then me! I plan to sleep more … once I finish this kickstarter, record this album, and complete the last season of The Walking Dead. :O) This weekend heading to teach at a yoga retreat, so that should help!
Good morning to you on World Mental Health Day. I want to re-post a piece I wrote for an excellent local mental health organization called Dissonance and share with you some struggles I had as a teen, which sometimes linger and loiter into my adult years.
This blog was originally posted on the wonderful Dissonance blog, a mental health + creativity support organization whose mission is as follows “Dissonance examines the intersection of creativity and wellbeing, working to create safe spaces, smash social stigmas, and shape education and business practices relating to mental health, addiction, and compassion in the arts. In short, we want to contribute to a healthier environment in the arts community. Collectively, we need to find new ways to support, sustain, and celebrate creativity.”
Please be sure to follow their work, check out their programming, and enjoy their blog at www.dissonance.website
Crashing into Nature: Survivor Guilt and Butterflies
I could easily say, “I wasn’t your normal American teenager,” but I don’t think there is such a thing as a “normal teenager” … or even “normal” in general. Sometimes I’ve heard that your first trauma is where you might stay stuck developmentally.