I can honestly say that what I do today The seeds were planted some almost 30 years ago in the parking lots of Grateful Dead shows. Discussions on vegitarianism and alternative/natural health. Everything from herbal medicine,energy healing to fasting.... It became a passion of mine and in 1990 when I moved from San Rafael back to Montreal I oppened a small health food store and called it the Health Tree. It was a struggle for the first few years but my passion and love of the field helpped pull me through. Then in 1994 magic happened and a local radio station made me the co-host of a call in radio show on natural health. Through the years I was fortunate enough to interview so many amazing people like Sam Graci,Udo Erasmus,John Robbins and so many others. I learned so much and became a local celebrity of sorts(15 mins of fame).
Today Health Tree has grown to almost 8,000 sq ft. and is a full service health food store offering a grate selection of organic foods. We employ almost 40 people. We support many local/third world charities. I am very lucky and to think it all started from a dicussion in the parking lot of a rock concert. Or was it! The grateful Dead and its Scene was where I became educated on so many levels of life. I am thankful to all my teachers/friends/strangers.
That's my story. I hopped you liked it. Today I live a healthy life with my wife of 13 years and our two children. We have so many animals I can't count. I still see shows when I can.
Health & Happiness Allways.
I try not to do much of it lol
I hate my job
Mixing some music, creating new tracks, recording stuff with my guitar and keyboard, resting by watching movies or go outside to the streets.
I write fiction and non fiction, dj and produce music, write travel documentaries, travel and music reviews on a freelance basis and for Arbon publishing who are very generous. Isratrance has helped me a lot with my mind. I can make a good living out of it so I can travel and spread positive vibes and have a family.
Basically I die everyday for art :)
I am a weary IT guy and loathe it! I write back end code for web applications. It's very competitive, long hours, little satisfaction, etc.
But, on the side, I fill my remaining hours coaching/playing soccer and making beer. Now, if I could find someone to pay be to coach and/or brew, then things would be very good!
thanks. i went to the doc yesterday, and he had a diagnosis. i will become healthier than ever! :D
I was a sign language interpreter...just a few months ago. Don't worry for me. Once the docs help me get control of my new-found seizures. I WILL work again. Send me some love, Friends!
...thats what I do! My work ends up all up inside yo' mouth and you love it! haha... funky recipes, italian and asian preference with a slight bend towards the healthier side, nothing too healthy tho cuz than it wouldnt taste so good! i work as a cook and i enter a place, telling them to let me speak to manager, i say give me a day in your kitchen and u can send me packin if you don't like, i've worked at about 20+ resturaunts, pizzerias, delis, cafe's and don't stay in one place for too long. i don't make much money but my life is never boring and if they don't let me crank up my tunes on the kitchen radio i'm packin my gear and onto the next. i can usually land in a new town and get a job in the first week. i can pay my bills, go to shows, and smoke herb while @ work. its all fine by me! haha. i think i keep movin around until i find mah magic mama tho, gonna take my food skills on the road eventually, a lil vending action legit on the festie circuit, make booku bucks feeding heds and staying away from the more illicit stuff you can do on the road for money. i'd like to one day get my own cookin show goin where we jam, puff, cook and eat! haha. anyone wanna join forces on the road vending food?