This is the last week for this series on sustainable/green living, and for this last week I have one last 3-part interview.
During this series, I’ve interviewed the actor and environmental activist Ed Begley Jr., and the author of the best-selling book No Impact Man, Colin Beavan.
This week I have an interview with people, although not famous, that have something really great to discuss.
They are Andrea and Karl Matson-Dekay, they are old friends of mine, and I thought it would be cool to hear from them because of the life they are living.
They are living a Low Density Lifestyle out at sea.
Andrea and Karl, along with their two boys, Casey, age 16, and Patrick, age 11, have been living on their sailboat for the last 5 years.
They hail from Southern CA, and one day 5 years ago they sold their house, bought a sailboat and set off to sail. For the first 1 1/2 years they actually stayed in California, living in Northern CA.
But for the last 3 1/2 years they’ve been out to sea and primarily living in Mexico.
They live a simple lifestyle and a sustainable one. It’s fascinating to hear of how they do it, and how they got away from the rat race to live, not an alternative lifestyle, but a sane lifestyle.
So listen today to part 1 of the interview, and come back this week for the next two parts. You will be thoroughly inspired to take stock of your life and wonder how you too can live a simple life, a sustainable life, a happy life, and ultimately, a Low Density Life.
You may not do it by setting sail and heading out to sea, but in your way you too can do it.