Living in a small space can be a challenge.
What compels someone to sit for 18 hours at a poker table, surrounded by strangers who just want to lie to you and take your money?
A decade ago, I thought the Mount Pleasant neighborhood in D.C. was going to disappear.
Deer tracks crisscross the trails. It's like walking through a silent, B&W movie.
Winter. It happened again. Damnit.
The stories of Robin Hood were a big part of my childhood, and maybe helped make my personal philosophy as well.
I just finished the 6th in this series of short stories, "The Cat Man."
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This whole trek towards minimalism and tiny home living began two years ago when I left D.C. and traveled around the United States. I spent six months living out of a minivan, ultimately reconnecting with the outdoors and realizing I didn't need a whole lot of stuff to actually be happy.
These are some of the photos from that amazing 15,000-mile adventure.