As a creative artist – whether the medium is video, photo, or prose – nothing is more enjoyable than being able to offer my work directly to readers or viewers.
I have written and published four books. My most recent book, Car Living, explores how to successfully live in a small space. At this time, I am working on my fifth book, How To Be A Nomad.
Do you have what it takes to be a nomad? Are you ready to ditch the “sticks and bricks” residence in exchange for a life of adventure on the road? You will find yourself in good company if so.
The number of people who are interested in the nomadic lifestyle grows considerably each year. Fortunately, there are more resources available than ever to help people navigate the transition, but there is still a shortage of “one-stop” resources. This book aims to fill that void.
Car living is not for everyone. There is, however, a growing tribe of nomads who choose to make a car their home, whether for financial or practical reasons.
The ideas presented in this book are based on my own experiences, as well as conversations with many other nomads who have embraced car living.
Minimalism. It is a term that has become much more popular in recent years with a number of blogs and more than a few books devoted to the topic. Many people are discovering that the dream they have been sold – that of ever-increasing affluence, unbridled consumerism, and the 50-year corporate 9-5 grind – is at best an elusive fantasy and at worst a nightmare from which there seems no escape. Minimalism, many people find, is the answer.
Minimalism is my contribution to the conversation about voluntary simplicity and, specifically, simplicity of possessions.