I want to experience an awakening every single day. I want to appreciate the smell of flowers and coffee. I want to force myself to engage daily in the healthy habits that I know make my life brighter and more peaceful: meditating, writing, remembering I might die tomorrow, feeling gratitude.Read More
Y’all, I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Morgan Dix of the OneMind Meditation Podcast. The timing couldn’t have been better. First, I am a big fan of the Podcast. Second, I’ve been really down lately, and this conversation helped lift me up.Read More
This book is my dream, my passion, my life’s work, and will hopefully be a major source of your inspiration to live like you might die tomorrow every single day.
It’s part life story, part real talk about death and dying, and part a collection of lessons on how to live living like you might die tomorrow. Sign up now to be notified first for pre-order.Read More
I'd be very ok with shaking my head at the wild antics and calculated risks I had taken at this time in my life. All the power to create a sense of satisfaction in the future lies in me now. I create my legacy every single moment.Read More
I have been traveling around the world for two years doing mostly nothing. The places where I did the most nothing are probably Indonesia, my six weeks in Japan and my collective three months in French Polynesia, but I have done nothing all over the world.Read More
You Might Die Tomorrow stickers are ridiculously compelling and -- honestly -- the best conversation piece I've ever encountered in my life.
This month only, You Might Die Tomorrow stickers are PAY WHAT YOU WANT!Read More
The current state of my life — mostly alone, sometimes forgotten about, with family members vehemently opposed to my chosen lifestyle, a sick dog, adjusting to stationary life, light on cash, job seeking and with no idea what I’ll do next — is exactly what I was looking for in travel. It’s a real life, in your face, lesson-producing struggle. And I’m so grateful for it.Read More
We didn’t know at the time that our relationship was doomed. It wasn’t like we had gotten the dog as a last-ditch effort to save our marriage like some do with a child. We just both connected over this shared empathy and affinity for pit bulls and knew we had to get one.Read More