Monthly Archives: September 2015


I have a Kelly.

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Somebody asked me, “how do you do it?” Good question.  How do I juggle all these balls in the air?

Came at the perfect moment, because today I felt like I was really behind on things that matter to me.
I thought for a moment. I looked back on this epic journey I just returned from, only to hit the road again in a few days.
The simple answer:

I have a Kelly.

@yeskelly helps me endlessly. And she nourishes me in all the ways that restore my health when I am hustling.
It’s been a tough day. But there’s nothing like coming home to this woman. This weekend we celebrated 6 years together.
What a love, tested by trials and marked with miles of smiles all the same.

This photo was snapped at Burning Man by@danieldav_is –and this art piece still hits me right in the heart. When we are turning our backs on one another and suffering, our inner child, a deeper essence is yearning to reach out in love.
So grateful to be surrounded by a whole community of loving connection. The past few days being back in Austin has been beautiful. 1,000 yogis chanting at the capital, bringing rugged Texas Rangers to tears, and all the little moments in between that shake me awake. You guys got me gushing… Life is great. Everything is going to be okay. Reach out when you need help, and you will be supported. Even if you haven’t found your “Kelly” yet.

#burningman #austin #art #inspiration#motivation #love #greenheart

Love, Boot House

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Ever get that feeling…

“Let’s sell our home and live in a boot!”

This artist actually did.

A few years back Kelly an I lived in an RV full-time. While it was a great adventure, I learned that as artists we need much more space for our creations to bloom.

And that’s not just physical square feet, you need mental space, to boot. Haha!

I’ve always been allured to tiny houses, and I definitely won’t rule out a treehouse in our future.

Being back in our home in Austin has been so nice. But somehow my to-do list tripled. Guess that comes with being a domestic gentlemen.

That being said I’m almost on the road again. Going on an epic hike with my spirit brothers in Colorado and filming a travel documentary from LA to Austin.

After a few more shenanigans, I’m looking forward to a season of grounding down. Getting clear. Making big plans, then executing them.

Sometimes it’s hard to make space for what you want to do next. But you can at least take one small step each day. And if you’re living inside a giant boot, you might be taking way bigger steps than you ever imagined…

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