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Colorado Couple Living an Alternative Lifestyle: Tiny House Tiny Footprint

After a few months living small, I started talking to others who were living an alternative lifestyle and was inspired by their stories.

Recently I have written some alternative lifestyle stories involving permaculture, nomadic living and going zero waste, but really these “alternative” lifestyles are the gateway to freedom, a higher quality of living and healing for ourselves and our planet. So are they really alternatives? As we have entered into Spring, this is a time to RENEW by detoxing your life and home. I hope through these stories you are able to find happiness in a simpler more conscious lifestyle.
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Passionate Couple Lives Nomadic Life Developing Eco-Projects

During my stay at East End Eden for a permaculture workshop, I was amazed to meet a group of conscious beings that had true passion and this couple, Shayna and Bryan, well they are something special. From the moment I opened my car door on the property I was welcomed with warm genuine love in the form of a hug from Bryan. Shortly after, I was inside having a conversation with Shayna about East End Eden, eco villages, her story and sharing with her mine. I was immediately lit up by everything she was saying. I knew then I had come to this workshop for so much more than I even imagined. The sense of community and bonds made over this short 2 day workshop screamed to me: WE NEED MORE LOVE AND COMMUNITY! We need to be the educators and listeners the world needs to heal. We need to follow passion and believe in ourselves. Love ourselves more! Here is a beautiful account of Shayna and Bryan’s story.

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Permaculture and Global Warming: Ceibo Documentary

What is permaculture? How can you get involved in creating change?

A young Argentinian travel photographer makes a promise to plant native trees, Ceibos, in rural schools in his country in exchange for donations for his documentary project about ecological restoration and permaculture. For every 15 pesos (a dollar), Agustín will plant one tree. Read more