As a van dweller, life is a bit different to how it was when we were in a flat. It’s awesome in loads of ways: we don’t pay council tax or water rates; we save thousands on rent; and we have the freedom of being where we want or need to be. It’s pretty cool. … More Van people are people too
So, I quit my ‘proper’ job last week to be a full time yoga teacher. A momentous time, I’m sure you’ll agree. Mostly, I think I’m excited to leave behind the absolute joke that comes when we put miserable people in a room together and call them the Human Resources department. And also the politics … More Can anyone provide free cake?
Happy Tuesday, you guys. My topic today, and something I write for, something I yoga for, and something that’s only just become something I’m consciously aware of, is my natural state of mind. I guess, what I mean is, my propensity for pessimism, stress, anxieties. I’m not vegan, and this is something the yoga world struggles … More How’re you doing?
So, if you haven’t heard along the grapevine (or on this little space in the web) I live full-time in a converted van. And, don’t you find with anything you end up doing, especially the big stuff, that expectations are way different to reality? Van life (or, #vanlife as the hipsters would have you say) … More Van Lessons, May 2017
I’m a yoga teacher. You guys probably know this about me by now. I teach others to ‘yoga’. But, what, really, does this mean? For non-yogis or those on the fence, there’s the image of a class full of harem-pant clad twenty-somethings who chant and talk about their third eye and how much kombucha they’ve … More The yoga of the revolution
As I sit here at our little oak desk overlooking a copse of beautiful tall trees, I hear the question resonating in my ears: “why do you live in a van?”. Yes. Why, indeed? As we get asked so often what motivated us, I thought I’d share with you guys the story behind our little … More Solo board games
I’m currently in a pokey office surrounded by everything electronic I own – plugged in and restoring the juice. Our fancy gym membership has become a long lost friend, and can we talk about how awesome solar power is? So, yes. Hi folks. Remember me and my humble little word corner? I now live in … More Even hefty groups of youths don’t bring us down
My dad is a cool guy. He ‘retired’ super young so that he could follow his passion of writing. He’s since written a whole heap of books that have been for him, not for his audience. He’s not famous, he’s not rich (in money), and he’s not aspiring to be something other than exactly who … More Introducing…
So, you need to keep an eye on your emails, your three social accounts, the door for the postman, the TV ’cause your cousins about to premier in a shampoo advert, and if you miss a call from your mum, then shit will hit the fan. And this is on top of your normal day-to-day … More Let’s keep the cranky to a minimum
Alright, so I’ve been a bit quiet lately. And there’s good reason. Running a business, it turns out, is a bit of a drain on daylight hours and has kept me distracted from van and yoga writing. But here I am. And I’ve got updates. … More The reason we’ve got shares in Horlicks