When the plan is to have no plan.

Have you got a plan for your business, career, relationships or life?

Regardless, my guess is you want to a more fulfilling life.

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You want to have meaningful relationships with other real humans.

You want to do your bit to help the world, be of service, to matter.

You want to eat clean and feel lighter and more alive.

You want to dump the crap, the things cluttering your house, your mind, your calendar that don’t really serve you nor give you any joy.

You want to become an explorer both within yourself and your thoughts and desires and outside in the world.

You want to go on a journey to lead you to your own Promised Land, a place of knowing who you are, with freedom to be completely yourself and to express that uniqueness fully.

You want to push the boundaries and take more risks to really feel UP and alive.

Sound true?

Until recently I had plans for everything. And now well.... that's all about to change.

Around a year ago I had a plan that started out as a desire to design and build a tiny home prototype as a potential solution to ease the housing affordability crisis in Australia. 

The plan grew legs.

With the assistance of my amazing builder Claybuild I fell in love with the prototype and a bigger plan hatched with me deciding to trial living in a tiny house on wheels myself as an experiment. If I wouldn’t live in one how could I expect others to embrace this as an affordable option?

And so the plan morphed into a way of life plan, of downsizing, minimalizing and contemplating what gives me joy and what matters most in my life.

The little plan has now transformed into a personal research experiment – a living PhD study looking at a simpler, slower way of living and being. Through self-reflection on my own journey and experience as well as interviews with people I meet along the path I plan to surrender to a life of slow travel, of meandering and allowing my plan to reveal itself as I go.

I invite you to join me a one or some of the points along the journey and I welcome your warm invitations to park and stay on your land or home or property, to share your stories and hear about your journey through life.

Regardless of a plan or no plan, I've already discovered is that its what’s inside that counts.