Pacific Ocean Trash Vortex

I've been wanting to write this post for a while. Recently  a lot of people on Facebook posted photos about this issue, so I figured it was a good time to build on the inertia. Please reshare … [Read more...]

The Language Of Revolution: How Movements Effect Change

If you have been following the blog for the past couple of months, are friends with us on FB, or maybe have just come within earshot of us for more than a few minutes, then chances are you already … [Read more...]

Happy To Be Homeless

We just celebrated our 2 year anniversary of living in the van--of living Sprinter Life! Here's the story of how and why we chose to be homeless: The History Two years ago, I was dragging bags … [Read more...]

On The Flip Side, Part II

Part II of this post will be more exciting from a 'different' perspective:  "On The Flip Side, Part I," is all about how broadening one's perspective yields more out of life. How does one broaden his … [Read more...]

On The Flip Side

"Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world"- Schopenhauer Close one eye.  Take a look around. Now close the other one instead and look around.  Things look … [Read more...]

The War On Drugs Cannot Be Won

If you like this post, please share it with the Facebook button above. Thanks - TREE My name is Tree Trujillo and I'm asking for your vote in the 2012 Presidential Election. I probably won't … [Read more...]

I Want To Believe In Something Bigger Than Me: Angel Falls

If you like this post, please share it with one of the social media buttons above. Thanks! -Stevie It’s not that I didn’t want to see the falls. It’s just that they are located clear on … [Read more...]

In Search Of Eden…

Inspired by the raw beauty of Pavones, I've been musing over the concept of paradise. Paradise seems to be one of those collective desires that are entirely subjective. We all want to find our own … [Read more...]

Global Citizenship: Is The Whole Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts?

As some of you may have noticed, one of our family border crossing rituals is to learn the history and current events of a country as we enter it. As much as this preliminary, self-taught lesson has … [Read more...]