September 15, 2011 Writing this blog has already changed my life. I found myself moving into thoughts and questions that were not my intention in the beginning. That’s the beauty of blogging. The very first Blog I attempted was in 2008 as I had moved in to live with my dying Mother and found myself wanting to jump out the window at least ten times a day before I settled into what the Universe was wanting to show me. www.theheartspaceblog.com introduced me to the power of personal experience, the power of the Internet and the open canvas for a writer like myself.
In 2010 I met a challenge of raising money to go to South Africa and study the White Lions of Timbavati with Linda Tucker and in less than one week I had shared my vision, written on the rare opportunity to visit the White Lions and had raised all the money I needed to fly to South Africa, al through the blog http://www.whitelionwisdom.com. Now I embark on a new adventure and will chronicle it on The Gypsy Life.
I am sitting out on the balcony under trees that are suggesting a storm coming and excited to embark on sharing with you all how a year as a Gypsy is already changing the way I think and feel. I woke in the night after watching http://www.climaterealityproject.org and added a page to this blog called “Yes to 365 Small Steps”. This commitment to addressing one issue on living a simple, small and sustainable life every single day, for 365 days, will help me be informed, responsible, challenged and personally accountable. I hope it will be an inspiring and creative journey for you.
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I am excited to learn thru ur experiences and working toward the same small life in small spaces thanks diana
Well that family table you bought from me certainly will make living small a little harder for you but I cannot think of anyone I would want to sit around it. Who knows. If a great flood happens the table could float your whole family out to safety. Much love Maya