2017 marks 15 years since I began a long, sometimes difficult, but always rewarding move towards a minimalist lifestyle. Back in 2002 I was living in a house which I owned, and owed money on. I had credit card debt, … Read the rest
As the riots over towels and toilet paper continue, I sit back out here in the middle of the Pacific and remember with great fondness, the many years I worked retail during the holiday season…just kidding. It was hell on … Read the rest
Enough with all the election bullshit. Time to move on to more important matters.
I’ve begun the process of making Hawaii my permanent residence. It’s going to take a few more months to complete, mainly due to logistics and tax … Read the rest
I was hoping when I came out to Hawaii I would be able to cure my lifelong addiction to food. No such luck. I still like to eat, several times each day, and I doubt I will be able to … Read the rest
Key West. This week is the infamous party which nobody is allowed to mention by name on a blog, post, in social media, or mixed company, because the owners of said party don’t understand how to internet. But no matter, … Read the rest
I’ve dreamt of doing a lot of things over the course of my life. Visiting faraway lands, having adventures, doing exciting things, and generally living a real life.
And surprisingly, I’ve managed to actually make more than a few dreams … Read the rest
Some of you older Fritter fans may remember Julia from her Journey To Minimalism blog. There she wrote about her major life change from a debt ridden worker bee to becoming a world traveler, sailing the Med., and living a … Read the rest
Did you figger out what was different about this sunset in Key West? Take another look:
Do you see it?
It is very vague but the difference is there.
Nobody was able … Read the rest
I mentioned last month that I did an interview for Ashley Autumn, a daughter of a fan of the Fritter and a journalism student at the University of Florida.
Well, if you want to see me in all my glory, … Read the rest