Tag Archives: driving

It’s never too late.

Last year at the beginning of November Mike and I decided that we were done traveling the country living out of my car. We were in Arizona and needed to get two cars, his and mine, across the country. Instead of driving in a caravan and missing out on hours of quality time together singingContinue Reading

Share

It’s not going to turn out the way you thought.

It will happen later. His best friend will ask you out instead. You’ll be kissed in the movies instead of on a beach. You’ll end up going to a different school because the one you thought you’d get into didn’t work out. She’ll move away. Someone else will move in next door. She’ll be aContinue Reading

Share

Come see me to prevent financial disaster [Video]

Today marked the first leg of The Freedom Tour that I’ve done on my own. I drove 441 miles from Boulder, CO to Amarillo, TX. It felt so good to look at so much sky and open space. It’s so much easier to see possibilities for ourselves when there’s so much open space to lookContinue Reading

Share

A plea to women who do too much.

My first boyfriend wrote me a poem for my sixteenth birthday that, paraphrased, went something like: Child of Atlas, release the world from your shoulders. It will remain in place, remain in its eternal spin, without you holding it up. My tendency to feel responsible for every being on the planet was so apparent earlyContinue Reading

Share

I’m living in a Toyota Prius. (Photo chronicle of The Freedom Tour Part 1.)

The Freedom Tour has officially begun. I hatched the idea for this indefinite road trip to explore, teach, and inspire people to create freedom in their lives back in September. Four months later, I’m living in a Toyota Prius I’ve named Zoe. I’ve just driven 2300 miles from Buffalo, NY and as I write thisContinue Reading

Share