Forest Spaces

Grounded in Research. Rooted in Nature.

I write about finance, management and economy, my book “Money Studies” is out now.

  • In a world constantly buzzing with noise, the value of quiet often goes unnoticed. A cacophony of sounds surrounds us – from the relentless pings of our devices to the constant hum of city life. But what if we told…

  • In 2008, I had my first immersive experience with hackerspaces, unconferences, and the DIY culture. During my honeymoon, I visited some of the original hackerspaces in Germany and Austria and met some of the movement’s pioneers. I was instantly captivated…

  • Liminality is the state of being between two stages or transitions. It offers opportunities for creativity and growth but can also be uncomfortable due to uncertainty and fear.  Connecting with nature can feel like an in-between liminal state, transitioning from our…

  • Immersive Listening Journey Silence just might be on the verge of extinction, and acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton believes that even the most remote corners of the globe are impacted by noise pollution. Journey into the Olympic National Forest and immerse…

  • About 6 months after I moved to Tokyo from Los Angeles the honeymoon phase of living in Japan wore off and I transitioned into what is referred to as the rejection phase of culture shock. In other words, I was…

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