Category Archives: Handmade

Growing Calm: drawing leaves in lockdown

Drawing leaf patterns causes me to move through space with plantlike intelligence.

Growing Calm: drawing leaves in lockdown

Drawing leaf patterns causes me to move through space with plantlike intelligence.

Earthseed

There are a lot of books about the climate crisis out there in the world. These two are the closest to my heart: who do we have to become to create the world we need for our survival?

Earthseed

There are a lot of books about the climate crisis out there in the world. These two are the closest to my heart: who do we have to become to create the world we need for our survival?

The Middle Path: Yoga for Hypermobility

When you are master of your limbs and of your concentration, you will delight in meditation and in solitude.
– Dhammapada v362

The Middle Path: Yoga for Hypermobility

When you are master of your limbs and of your concentration, you will delight in meditation and in solitude.
– Dhammapada v362

Cat Heron Steele

We are mourning cousin Cat now.

Cat Heron Steele

We are mourning cousin Cat now.

So you’re ready to take action against climate change…

Here’s one way to think about it: are you a YES or a NO kind of person?

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So you’re ready to take action against climate change…

Here’s one way to think about it: are you a YES or a NO kind of person?

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Against the Wickedness of Wasted Time

Recently I had the privilege of collaborating on a publication called Burn Zone with Danny Lyon, the photographer.

Against the Wickedness of Wasted Time

Recently I had the privilege of collaborating on a publication called Burn Zone with Danny Lyon, the photographer.

LeGuin for the Win

What comfort do we seek, what sacrifices can we make, and what do we sacrifice for?

LeGuin for the Win

What comfort do we seek, what sacrifices can we make, and what do we sacrifice for?

We Cannot Love What Is Not

Helen MacDonald’s memoir, H is for Hawk, is about falconry as mourning in the wake of her father’s sudden death. But what struck me most about MacDonald’s book is the way climate change is present throughout, without being the intended subject.

We Cannot Love What Is Not

Helen MacDonald’s memoir, H is for Hawk, is about falconry as mourning in the wake of her father’s sudden death. But what struck me most about MacDonald’s book is the way climate change is present throughout, without being the intended subject.