“I moved out here from Boston in 2002 because I had this epiphany that life could be different. There were all these people carving their own path, doing lots of healing work for themselves and other people. I had this experience in the East Bay where people eat differently and live differently and make choices about what they want to do with their lives. I was like ‘Oh, there’s free will out here…and people take agency over their lives’. It was really inspiring and very different than my perspective living back east where it seemed like there were a few definitive paths and none of them seemed to fit.”

Dijon

October 1, 2015