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Why this blog exists

Human life on Earth in America right now: It’s contentious, beautiful, intense and in flux.

We’re all in it together so let’s be friends and talk about it.

Why this blog exists

Human life on Earth in America right now: It’s contentious, beautiful, intense and in flux.

We’re all in it together so let’s be friends and talk about it.

Here's why I think I am a good person to get these convos going

I am highly curious and outrageously outgoing (and I don’t use the term outrageous lightly).

Because of these two characteristics of mine, I often find myself in unique and interesting circumstances of humanity whereby I am deeply connecting with a broad range of our fellow humans from different backgrounds and all across America (because I am also currently traveling the country in my DIY campervan with my family).

I also don’t believe in the concept of “oversharing”, meaning, it’s impossible to be too vulnerable or give me TMI and if you are game to hang in this digital truth space with me, then I commit to being as honest, raw and unhinged as possible in an effort to promote truly connected discourse (I think that last part of the sentence sounded really smart and just wanted to call that out).

Why (I think) these convos matter.

We are inarguably living in unprecedented times. And I am NOT talking about COVID.

I am talking about the fact that never before have we been so connected (digitally and globally) but also so disconnected (in terms of really knowing and belonging in our tribe or village or town or workplace, etc).

It seems to me that there is a lot going on with a lot of different things that affect a lot of our everyday lives. When we come together to think out loud and discuss overarching themes, processes, systems (both formal and informal), we gain the benefit of a much greater collective perspective, which is therefore more holistic and informored.

Further, we raise our consciousness and our sense of connection to each other, giving ourselves that beautiful buzz of being a part of something much bigger than ourselves, which I believe (actually I’m pretty sure it’s fact), that we are.

“BE GOOD TO YOURSELF"