Tag Archives: the shed project

The one thing you can do right now to feel free…or Why Janis Joplin was onto something.

Letting go is scary. The thing about letting go is that it’s scary. Even if we’re not completely thrilled with what we’ve got already, at least we know what we can expect with it. Even if holding on means living a bit smaller than we know we’re capable of, not being quite as happy asContinue Reading

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How Many Bras Do You Really Need? and other thoughts on letting go: Glimpse TV with Bindu Wiles

Inspired by my friend Bindu Wiles, creator of The Shed Project, an eight week experience of letting go, I’ve been letting go of A LOT recently. More details to come in future posts, but suffice it to say that Bindu’s decision to get rid of the vast majority of her belongings has inspired me toContinue Reading

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Home is not a place: belonging, security, freedom, and the meaning of indefinite.

I’ve been thinking a lot about home lately. I’ve just put my apartment on the market and am preparing to say goodbye to the 450-square-foot studio I’ve called home for the past five years. I’m ruthlessly getting rid of most of my stuff over the next two to three months (inspired by The Shed Project)Continue Reading

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Glimpse TV with Colleen Saidman Yee: From breath to death and all that’s in between.

Before I had ever really gotten to know Colleen Saidman Yee as the incredibly wise, generous, and profound yoga teacher that she is, I knew her as my godmother’s beautiful, funny neighbor. When I spent three weeks in Sag Harbor, NY last summer I fell in love with Colleen and all of her stunning facets:Continue Reading

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