Adventures of s/v WILD HAIR


Our land life took on form, solidity, routine. We had mastery of a limited set of skills. We had habitual expectations of others and ourselves. Going sailing, we let go of our attachments to our roles, views, and rituals. We persist because we are growing in this shapeless and dynamic world.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Get Your Copy of Cruising World Magazine

It seems Heather is soon to be a published magazine author! Cruising World Magazine has agreed to purchase one of her articles: Transitioning to a Life at Sea. The publication date has yet to be announced.

In the article Heather discusses how to sustain enthusiasm for a cruising life when personal mechanical, navigational, and boat handling shortcomings emerge. She gleaned a handful of insights on this topic by 1) being less than completely skilled and 2) meditating on the subject as part of her Buddhist practice. She offers these insights and herself as an example to all who have experienced a sense of inadequacy afloat!

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