Author Archives: Erin W

About Erin W

A sensitive plant, bamboo strong.

Bridge to a Crossroads

A significant crossroads on the horizon is looming for me, and all this year I have set a toe in the water to explore a livelihood closer to my heart. What this has meant for now is pushing myself a … Continue reading

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Gratitude Walk in Hazardous Times

You know the air is bad when someone visits your small, rural, seaside town from China and tells you, “This reminds me of Beijing.” After learning air quality where I am will be in the “very unhealthy” range the next … Continue reading

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Community Supported Agriculture

Growing up in cities, I’d grown accustomed to vegetables coming from large grocery stores, even though I’ve bought organic produce for years and whenever funds allowed visited farmers markets. Then I first heard the term CSA two years ago among … Continue reading

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I Am Free

You know how the internet is. Next thing you know, you’re looking up Swahili proverbs and applying them to your life. There is no one who does not make mistakes.   Yes, this one hits the nail on the head … Continue reading

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Sharing My Light

Saddened by first learning that suicide among middle aged American women spiked first time ever, then teen suicides and attempts doubling in the past decade, and most recently by Anthony Bourdain’s departure, two sides of a coin, depression and anxiety … Continue reading

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Growing

Over the past month, I’ve shifted my 7- day work schedule to squeeze in more and more freedom. The amazing thing is somehow this has helped me earn more rather than less, because I feel more productive when working, even … Continue reading

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Daydream

We interrupt this weekend’s 20 hours of transcribing to bring you this daydream from reality almost too good to be true. Part of my spiritual practice is to visit this tree often in different weather and times. No burden is … Continue reading

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