I sit down with Jared Avalos, the founder and creative mind behind Dreamer Data Entertainment, a media company based out of Chicago. We talk about how it all started, and Jared’s future plans for Dreamer Data, including upcoming music videos and concerts that are happening in Chicago. Do not sleep on this if your in Chi-town!
While driving through Yellowstone in September, my brother Jon and I camped on a beach with an awesome family that lives in a giant blue school bus. This podcast is about how they came to live in the bus, how they sustain this amazing lifestyle, tips and tricks on how to frugally live your best life, favorite spots around the world, and their motives and intentions for the future. Thank you Derrick, Amy, Payson,Taylor and Brianne for being such cool “adults” and teaching my brother and I so much in such little time. See you on the road again soon<3
This episode was recording on September 20th, 2018 in Portland, Oregon. Paul Stamets is a mycologist and is one of the most important human beings currently alive on this planet. Consider visiting his website at Fungi.com and donating to his project to save the bees.
Justin and I met in Spokane, WA after he was pulled off of a freight train with his dog by the police. He crashed at the Funkey House with us, and then eventually lived with my younger brother and I at a commune in Colorado. He is a good man, and I wish him well.
I recorded this episode sometime in June while crashing with some homies in Asheville, North Carolina. Every morning I would practice yoga by the river and then dunk myself into the cold water, followed by a meditation session. Set aside 30 minutes today to practice meditation with me from the past.
This episode is a conversation I recorded with a dude named Mark, who picked me up in the middle of nowhere in Idaho, and drove me all the way to Mt. Hood in Oregon (about 9 hours total). This recording started when he was telling me about the time he met Ken Kesey, and lasts for about an hour, when i stopped recording for some stupid reason. I love Mark a lot, he is a good man and if you see him on the street, give him a hug and a kiss. Thank you for listening, aloha, i love u.
On June 10th, I jumped on a freight train going through my small corn town in Illinois. Since that day, I’ve traveled over 3000 miles all over the country by hitchhiking, by foot, train, plane, and skateboard. I’ve seen many beautiful beaches and mountains, and met so many incredible people. In this episode I talk about what I’ve learned on this journey, lessons about riding freight trains, encountering cops, looking and feeling like a homeless person, and what it means to be an American. Thanks for listening, I hope you have a wonderful day and encourage you to take 10 minutes, right now, to contact the people you love and remind them you love them.
Today Justin and I woke up in Breck, got yolked and then I set off for a town to unsuccessfully trainhop from, and eventually got stuck in Glenwood springs.