Welcome to the Love Life Practice project.
My name is Gray Miller. I have worn many hats in my life: teacher, dancer, author, public speaker, coach, emergency medical technician, U.S. Marine, professional juggler, web designer, single father, husband, grandfather, nomad, itinerant musician…but one role has remained constant:
Life Hacker. That is, one who likes to constantly tweak and fiddle with my life, from the smallest personal habits to overarching perspectives of the universe, trying to make it just a little better. I’m not talking about nirvana, I’m not even talking about happiness. I’m just obsessed with the idea of making today a little better than yesterday, and maybe even planning for an even more enjoyable tomorrow.
I was raised by my parents to a tradition of trying to make the world better, as well, in whatever way I can. After over a decade of teaching and coaching relationships, alternative sexuality, performing arts, and other various subjects, I’ve finally decided to take on this project: Love. Life. Practice. The idea is to share and explore the things that make all three of these better.
Some of them may be interesting to you. Some may be even useful. I’m hoping at the very least I can be entertaining. I’m going to share my experiences as well as the things I’ve learned from others along the way that have helped me, or not helped, or were just wild rides that you may or may not want to try.
This blog will start each week with a “Practice” post – something practical, actionable, something you can do that week just to try. Mid-week I’ll talk about “Life” – in every sense of the term. I’ll end the week and start the weekend with a post on “Love” – again, in every sense of the term.
Along the way there’ll also be other posts here and there, as well as a twitter stream and a podcast as well. If you like what you hear, or are helped by the things I suggest, you might want to consider bringing me out to your neck of the woods as a speaker, workshop facilitator, or beginning a personal coaching relationship. Feel free to email me with any questions as to availability and rates.
Or just enjoy the journey with me. It’s going to be an interesting ride for me; you’re welcome to come along.
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Hello Mr. Miller,
I have become a fan of Tiny Buddha. I find some profound insights within such a simple offering.
I was happy to find your recent article. I am glad I did not delete it by accident while clearing my email.
As most of us, I am a long time seeker of the riddle of life, and the how comes, what if’s, etc. Your unique style hit home, and I found myself moved by the words of a fellow traveler. Thanks for sharing. It was helpful.