When it comes to your lifestyle, you really are 'guilty by association'. Your actions say more about you than anything else.
- Lifestyle Support — A few years ago, on a hot summer day outside a cafe in Los Angeles, California, I met Lynn Fang1 in person for the first time and, after a stream of increasingly existential questions and cautious probes into each others thoughts on the existence of extraterrestrials (a stream dotted with moments of awkward silence), we found ourselves coining the term, and discussing the concept of, lifestyle support, the idea that people should be so transparent in their lives (online and offline) that their lifestyle would be an incentive for others to support their work.
- Vote with your Lifestyle — Reuse more, buy less.
- Make it a Lifestyle — The trick to being on vacation all the time, or staying healthy, is to not make it a diet or vacation.
- Notes: How to engage in lifestyle design — Vic Phillips invited me to contribute to a post he was putting together called '20 Ways to Engage in DIY Health and Lifestyle Change – Advice from Digital Thinkers'.
- Doing what feels undeniably true — "Where are you going next?" "I'm hiking the Appalachian Trail.