WICKHAM CP, FL—I’ll be the first to admit that I’m all over the place with this blog—Mysticism, Nomadism, Photographyism…. A huge mistake according to marketers. Focus on ONE topic or you’re doomed the internet gurus insist.
Oh well—screw ’em.
I do understand that not all of you are going to be interested in the van conversion. I also recognize that there are nomad friends of mine who could care less about Mystical Oneness (weird, right?).
So what to do?
Boonie (fellow nomad who could care less about mystical anything) suggested I start a new blog on just the Nissan NV conversion. At first I thought this was an excellent suggestion, but after sleeping on it, I thought it was a sucky one—another blog just makes my life more complicated (yuck).
But I/We/She came up with an alternative:
If you are interested in both Mystical Oneness AND van dwelling, you don’t need to do anything—all is well in your world.
If you can’t stand Mystical Oneness, but like the idea of converting and living in a van, you’ll notice a new menu item above titled Van Dwelling. This will take you to a page where you can:
- Follow all the posts on converting and living in a van
- Subscribe via RSS to ONLY my VanDwelling posts
If you could care less about van dwelling but LOVE Mystical Oneness, I’ve developed a super secret code just for you which I’ve embedded into the blog posts:
If the lead photo looks very unWayne-like (say a drab, boring photo of a screwdriver), then that post is just about van dwelling (or converting a van) so feel free to skip it.
Disclaimer: You know me though—I see God/Her in practically everything and hear Her whispers all the time, so some VanDwelling posts will also have messages for Mystics embedded in them. You’ll recognize these posts because they’ll have a typical Wayne-like photo even though the title of the article suggests a VanDwelling post (of which this post is a good example).
It's Time To Wake Up
Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being is a step-by-step guide to enlightenment and beyond.
It's Time To Be Happy
It's Time Let Go
Imagine I have only seven days left to live.