Day 80 – Joyful Living Project

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The Joy of Home

This was a moving day for me. It’s the 4th home in 12 days. Granted the first 3 were in the first 3 days driving from Portland to San Francisco.

It’s been wonderful staying put in one place for 10 days. I finally felt grounded by day 7.

Today, however, I felt total anxiousness and stress again packing everything up and loading my car to go to a new home.

Over the next week, I will be staying with a dear friend in Pacifica.

As I made my way on the highway, I started to feel some relief.

I guess this is the part that I will get used to over the next 18-months on this journey picking up every so often to start over in a new home. It’s definitely emotionally taxing, especially not knowing where I will be staying a week or two out.

My dream and hope is that as the journey continues, I will be connected with an aligned hotel or hospitality brand like Kimpton Hotels or others to explore possible partnerships and sponsorship of the #JoyfulLivingProject. That way I can create content, promote, and build a community supporting them and my project while having peace of mind and knowing I have a place to stay for the month in each city I visit.

If you can connect us, or have other ideas or connections for housing as I travel, I would love to hear.

In the meantime, I am so grateful for the generosity and kindness of each person who has shared with me the gift and joy of home.

Thank you Terry Lee Stroh and Dwight Stroh, Amanda Winn , Scott Brandstetter , Jocelyn Manuel, Ursula Bischoff, Jennifer Gibbings, Stefanie Edenburn

You have filled my heart with love with this gift!

Such Joyful Talent and Creativity!

Playful 3D Chalk Art on the Streets by David Zinn

Dogs dressed in teddy bear costumes?

This could qualify for joy!

Bamboozle Bear 🐻 

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