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How Has The C2C Impacted You Over The Course of Its Run?

How Has The C2C Impacted You Over The Course of Its Run?

March 8, 2017

Hello courageous creators, This is the Last Chapter of the blog (to be clear: this means it’s the last year of the blog) so until February 2018, you may notice the posts I write have have a tinge of a bittersweet goodbye.  If you have any stories about how C2C impacted you over the last seven years please share them with me by sending them to courage2create@gmail.com. I hope to share the stories I recieve on the blog in a post before we’re through. Thank you. Much love, Ollin Buy Ollin’s eBook

One Last Time: The Start of A Very Long Conclusion

One Last Time: The Start of A Very Long Conclusion

March 6, 2017

“People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff.” – from Dr. Who, TV Series In 1936, Franklin Lloyd Wright, the famous American architect, had a vision for an American home that was made of organic materials, blended in with the nature around it and was affordable to the average citizen. These houses were modern-looking, simplistic, practical, incredibly unique and small. There were several quirks; the entrance didn’t face the driveway, the kitchen was reduced to a tiny compartment that couldn’t be “visited” as much as only used.  Wright called these group of houses, located in Pleasantville New York, Usonia, a play on the acronym USA and utopia. No one had a mortgage in Usonia – everyone shared the cost of living. This town still exists today and the influence of Franklin Lloyd Wright on modern home design […]