Blessed with a high tolerance for high luxury, my definition of the “the good life” encompasses much more than just Pratesi sheets and Domaine Ott rosé. (Though I’d never say ‘no’ to either.)
“Living well” naturally encompasses good mental, physical, and spiritual health. But my definition also puts a loving embrace around financial security, without which all is verklempt.
My quest: What ancient tools can I blend with conventional rules to live better today?
I’ve named my blog ‘Luck & Gravity’ for the simple reason that life is an admixture of mundane laws (gravity) with dollops of grace (luck). To be successful, you’ve got to master the basic rules (e.g. acquire skills, get job, invest money, buy insurance, floss teeth…), and also propitiate luck (“Coochie-coo, over here…).
If, like me, you’re on a quest to live the “good life”, I cordially invite you to read on…