Shonagh Home, the love child of Martha Stewart and Terrance McKenna, says “the party is over and we need to grow the fuck up and also “never send cash through the us mail.”
Shonagh is on mission to help you reclaim your sovereignty, teach you how to protect your rights, and remind us how our ancestors stayed healthy, and I’m here to push back as needed, question her sources, and provide a little comic relief because waking up isn’t all unicorns and cookie dough
I don’t know what I would do without having a Shaman on speed dial. I sniffled and sobbed and sipped Tea and Shonagh loofa’d my aura, and had me draw some Tarot Cards.
Susan Fox, a brilliant Life Coach, Yoga Teacher, and River Guide I met in Palo Alto, taught me this practice, and it came to me to pass it along to you. The “Be Book.” It’s so simple. Every day, before you head out, you write down who or what you’re going to BE that day. […]
Terrible nights sleep led to skipped meditation and an IV drip of coffee. “Mom, it’s late start.” Delete walk with Shaman. YOGA class turned out to be taught by a student who shouted and asked between every asana: “How is everyone doing?!” I involuntarily adopted the standing bitch face as she led us through the weirdest sequences of poses ever, and then because my aura was flashing like a bike light: “Please don’t adjust me,” she did, in her loud, encouraging way, every other pose.
One thing about having a Podcast and website called Packing for Crazy Town is that, when things “change,” or “don’t go according to plan,” it would be unseemly to flip out. Walking the “Packing for Crazy Town Talk” involves getting to, as Dianne m. Connelly, 3 time guest on the podcast in Season 1 would say: “giving […]