Highs, Lows and Mountaintops: How I deal with Change

By lilydavine | May 30, 2019

I’ll admit it, I’ve been kind of moody lately. Hard to motivate on some days and super motivated on others. Conflicted because deep down things are changing for me and I can’t really do anything to stop it. The scariest part is, I’m not sure I want stop the change but I also don’t like…

Free Man Beyond The Wall Podcast 258: Lily Forester, Thaddeus Russell and Pete Discuss Black Market Agorism

By lilydavine | May 26, 2019

A few weeks ago Pete Mance Raymond messaged me to do an episode of his podcast Free Man Beyond the Wall, basically a followup on how I’ve been doing and what’s happened in the last four months. A few days before it happened, Thaddeus Russell messaged me and suggested we merge our interviews into one…

Saying Goodbye

By lilydavine | May 16, 2019

Closure has not come easy. It’s literally been a battle, mostly because the situation is still developing. It hasn’t closed.   But finally I’ve gotten a bit of closure and I get a little more bit by bit. I’ve left Acapulco for now (though I could never leave forever) and when I did so, I…

Highly Functional Growth Update: Finally, Progress!

By lilydavine | May 12, 2019

Recently I posted this call for help with getting back on my feet as an entreprenuer and help has come! The photo above is taken of a rose on a bush at my new apartment with a camera new to me, a donated used Nikon D7000. I didn’t realize how much of a photographer I…

How Agorism Saved My Life

By lilydavine | May 8, 2019

It didn’t occur to me until today, but agorism has technically saved my life, repeatedly. With everything in my life that has changed over the last three months, three things stay the same: my love for cannabis, my weird meat only diet and my commitment to the agorist lifestyle. If you don’t know what agorism…

Sunbathing Therapy: Healing Myself With Sunshine

By lilydavine | May 4, 2019

When I was in school I got made fun of a lot for my appearance, the combination of pasty white skin and dark clothing made me stand out in all the wrong ways in suburbia. At that point in my life I didn’t go out much in the sun and when I did it was…

3 Months Alone: Thoughts from a Widow

By lilydavine | May 2, 2019

Today a young man was killed on the beach in Acapulco….This happens here and there but this one effected me a lot, for many reasons. It’s been exactly three months now since my love, known as John Galton was murdered up at our mountaintop home in Vista Hermosa. It was about 1:30 in the afternoon…

10 Reasons Why I Still Love Mexico

By lilydavine | April 25, 2019

One of the things I’ve written about the most in the last three years has been Mexico, specifically the city of Acapulco. You would think that I’d want to leave with all that’s happened to me since coming to Mexico, with everything that I’ve lost especially in the last few months since the start of…

What I Don’t Regret

By lilydavine | April 22, 2019

I’ve been taking the time to go through all of my old posts on Steemit to make a master link list. The whole point of the Steemit and blogging in general for us was to record our adventures both past and current to later compile into a book. Now that I no longer have access…

To Cannabis and Remaining Highly Functional

By lilydavine | April 19, 2019

In so many ways cannabis has shaped my life since the beginning. Photo Credit: John Galton, taken of me with Rebel Dog at our Dream House Before Everything Fell Apart My parents met because of cannabis, as my mom was selling and my Dad was an avid consumer. I was born at 4:35 AM, which…