Finding Laughter Behind Our Seriousness

Posted: September 14, 2022   By: Lupin Rochelle

“That man is so funny” I said to myself with a chuckle. “Are you serious? Haha!” Then I listened to the phone calls. . .

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Posted: June 8, 2022   By: Lupin Rochelle

We feel safe and healthy when the world we visit is clean. No detritus on the roads and lawns, clean bathrooms, pool area, trails easy to access with no heavy twigs, branches or overgrown greenery to impede our way and cause injury. Plants, art work, places to sit and hang out by the pool make us feel comfortable and therefore safe.

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Posted: May 11, 2022   By: Lupin Rochelle

Boundaries: What are they? Why do we need them? How do we deal with people who don’t have them?

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A (sort of) Farewell Letter

Posted: May 4, 2022   By: Lupin Sierra
Dear folks who actually read this thing, I will for the most part be stepping back from my role at Lupin. For those of you who might actually miss my face in the office and as Front of the House in th

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Just Like Living in Paradise

Posted: April 26, 2022   By: Lupin Sierra
By Sierra R. I live on site here at Lupin, in an old Prowler trailer from the 80s that is still sturdy like a tank, and likely will be long after I’m gone.  I wake up to the sound of birds every mo

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Hiking Tips From a Reluctant Outdoorswoman

Posted: April 12, 2022   By: Lupin Sierra
By Sierra R. Wear sunscreen. Wear all the sunscreen. Buy out your local drugstore and apply liberally. Then apply again once you’ve managed to sweat that off, which, if my experience is any indicati

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Dealing with Anger – Yours or Someone Else’s

Posted: April 9, 2022   By: Lupin Rochelle

When alone, I take my anger out on me. Maybe I’ll feel ashamed, guilty, depressed etc. But if someone is around, it is easier to be angry at them, just because they’re there and I believe they feel the same sense of loathing for me that I feel.

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The Hazards of Being a Naturist and a VPP
(Very Pale Person)

Posted: March 31, 2022   By: Lupin Sierra
By Sierra R. When unclothed in the wild, there are always potential challenges. Rain, chill, scraping vulnerable parts against less-than-sympathetic flora or landscape. When one is a very pale person

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Dealing With Change

Posted: March 2, 2022   By: Lupin Rochelle

Changes are coming, changes are here. Everything is constantly changing, we are constantly changing. Even our resistance to change is changing according to what we are in resistance to. A familiar knee jerk reaction has been to resist change because even if life is uncomfortable it is familiar and if it changed it might get worse.

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Posted: February 24, 2022   By: Lupin Rochelle
This month’s hospitality notes are from a section of “The Common Sense Guide to Living at Lupin” by Glyn Stout. I am using it because it so mirrors my own thoughts and feelings and i

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