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// week twenty eight (part 2) // the healing magic of sweden’s nature

14 Jul 2015 sweden

hello, friends! have i got a treat for you today! get ready to breathe deep + feel the healing magic of the swedish archipelago. yesterday i shared a bunch of photos with you about camp life in the archipelago – i spent last week there. but, the other part about being out in the archipelago is communing with nature. to get there, after 2 hours or so, you turn off of the main highway and then drive for a while longerRead More

your path is beautiful + crooked + just as it should be

26 Jan 2015 spirit + soul

with a new move, comes a lot of practical things to take care of. i mean, we have to deal with reality. not everything is dinners out + trips + meeting up with old friends. just now, lina and i are frantically searching for a place to live in uppsala  – where we will be moving to in one week because her job begins next monday. of course, i’m sending applications all over the place right now to find some kindRead More

christmas day is here!

25 Dec 2014 gatherings, wilderness

wishing you + yours a wonderful christmas day full of beautiful moments of peace + joy.   light + love xoxo

the freedom of letting go

// I stood still, looking up at this tree the other morning, watching the leaves fall + take flight. They just let go… accepting that this season of their life was done. They flew one after another, floating gently wherever the wind took them, some even landing on my shoulder or my head. Their willingness inspired me. // I suppose I have a lot to learn from a tree. Acceptance, flexibility, willingness, gentleness. // As I set my intentions for thisRead More

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slow living. photography. craft beer. spirituality. moon + stars. bare feet. road trips. mexican food. blankets. the ocean. journals. coffee. airplanes. forests. meditation. eating out. cacti. playlists. family time. zola the cat. lina, my love.

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