Lifestyle patterns form a structure through which visions and health become physically manifested.
Over the past 3 years, I have experimented with downsizing my living space in order to travel, experience and learn about myself, the world we live in and my place in it. While refining what is really needed and making conscious decisions to let go of things that are no longer in support of freedom and wellness, the result has allowed for a focus on growth, creativity and aligning with personal and planetary wellness.
One of the most potent implications of this lifestyle is that it invites the potential for us to pay rent with alternative forms of currency like mutually beneficial work trades. Developing a giving and receiving relationship with the environment we live in.
Ultimately the power to create a dream reality lies within, and choosing to prioritize self love and wellness brings forth positive change from the inside out!
Join us as we learn how to build our first composting toilet and install it in our tiny camper. After completing this project we now feel empowered with the ability to take care of our own waste! It’s another aspect of life that we can take into our own hands, which just feels right..
If you’re looking to build one for yourself, see our free instructional document linked in the youtube description. It lists all the tools and materials you will need to create your own!
After our road trip to Canada, we landed in Colorado and marveled at the opportunity of finding our new home. We desired something a little bigger and a little more comfortable than our 13 ft camper, Gypsy. We came across this 1997 17′ Casita camper and with a little TLC, she quickly began to feel like home.
In this video, we make the Casita into an Off-Grid home. Our Casita is the “Freedom” model, but we essentially turned her into the Spirit model. Thank you for coming to our virtual house warming.
Tag along on our Canadian adventures as we travel through British Columbia, Alberta and back down through the great national parks of Montana and Wyoming. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you in the next video!
Join us as we share the amazing story of Cecilia Mailon and her dream of creating VeganVille! As a certified Non-profit 501(C)3, Veganville is a sanctuary for rescued animals and a space for the community to build compassion for animals and for the environment.