Paul is a self-proclaimed philosopher and writer who shares stories about uncommon living and humble adventures to encourage a connection with nature and promote wellness.
He is a Dirty Good Co — founder and Editor of RaceCenter Magazine.
Fear is good. Failure is necessary. I could end this post here and just hope you, the reader, accept that as fact, but most of us have grown up under the fiction that fear is weakness and failure is unacceptable.
Susan and I recently embarked on our first bikepacking adventure. I’ve ridden a mountain bike for decades, and camped for longer than that, but I’ve yet to combine the two for a humble adventure in the growing dirty activity of bikepacking.
This week marks twelve months of dirty good living. Twelve months attempting to live deliberately and with intention. Three-hundred and sixty-five days of prioritizing movement outside, wise consumption and cultivation…
I don’t know much about the underlining causes or triggers of depression — the science. I do know how it’s effected me, how it’s effected friends, and how it’s effected recently named and the nameless strangers that face it’s challenges daily.