Indian Handicraft – A Perfect Combination of Traditions, Beauty, And Hard Work

Handicrafts are often notable for their uniqueness since they are made by hand. They are the reflection of a culture and tradition of the individuals who made them, too. Their beauty and quality may depend on the aesthetic principles and hard work of the crafter. Indian handicrafts can range from batik to wood carvings, lacquered wood, handwoven textiles and tarkashi (metal inlay in wood). Here is an overview of those crafts and how or where they are made:

The Thirteen-Minute Article (It Took Me Ten Minutes To Write, Three To Edit)

This article will take me ten minutes to write, but a lifetime to apply for us all! With that said, I will start typing the body of the article from here. Think about it, we all take actions. We must take profitable actions in every moment we can, though. In existence and life (in that order), we either take actions that are beneficial to us or not. The best actions are the most profitable, and the worst actions genuinely waste the most time.

Is It the Same Today As When I Began Fulltime Adventure Vandwelling in October of 2009?

A few days ago I was once again asked what I thought of vandwelling, and if I thought it was feasible to do currently. This was by someone in the prep stages of setting up a van for extended, possibly even full-time travel. I didn’t answer immediately because I have had a lot of thoughts about vandwelling mulling around in my head from the experiences of my last few years, as well as from today and thinking about and looking toward the future. For what it’s worth this is my 2+ cents. I am so very very thankful for the 5+ years I traveled the USA pretty much non-stop. I have lived in my van (actually 2 vans) for just over 5 years traveling by the seasons mostly off-grid and since November 2nd of 2014 I have been at a home-base site in the South. So… from my perspective…