From the Seat of a Bicycle
Have you ever looked at the world and wondered: “What if…?” I have! You could call Scott an artist or an adventure, but he thinks of himself as a work-in-progress. This is Scott’s exploration of life and love as seen from the seat of a bicycle.
Top 10 reasons bicycling is bad for the environment Food for thought about the consequences of our every-day actions. Note: Don’t get me wrong, I’m
Sustainable Living: As seen by a man who cycled the world. I am excited to participate in the Growing Power Conference this week.
Is being a teacher an adventurer? I can say from my experience at speaking at schools across the world that education is the backbone of
Here’s an exercise in thinking positive using the BP oil spill as an example. Also, it seems one of the byproducts of traveling the world is a desire for social activism, because I never imagined thinking of stuff like this.
My story in the acclaimed Milwaukee Magazine was on the newsstands in March and was a sweet summary of my trip. Wish I had a professional photographer following me around the world. Can you guess what that white stuff is?
We are all aware of our reliance on fossil fuels and their byproduct of greenhouse gases and poisons. But have you ever wondered about the oxygen needed to burn the fuel?
Have you ever wondered about the laws you’ve created for yourself. For tens of thousands of years the New Year has been a natural time to throw away what doesn’t work, so that you may walk unburdened into the future.
Please make informed decisions, because every decision we make has an influence on the community we live in, which eventually raises or lowers the standard of living for everyone, as our current financial crisis is proving. Every dollar you spend is like voting for a business.
His assistant said, “I can’t believe you rode a bicycle around the world and are complaining about the sun in Milwaukee.” For the record, I’m burnt! But it is funny how every one eventually says, “For a guy who biked the world, you [insert insult] !”
I recently did an in-depth interview in Vancouver for Sustainable Futures with Ryan Fletcher. This two part episode features stories of my travels framed in the context of creating a sustainable future and the rise of a global consciousness.
I’ve been too tired to even write one post and it’s been a month, so I thought I’d better say something. One interesting story so far is my encounter with poison oak.
I have a number of theories on life. One of my favorites is my theory of General Spirituality.