Joined 2 years ago from Cambria, California
I am a Renaissance-type thinker and professional journalist whose articles have recently been published at nextavenue.org, medium, seniorslifestylemag.com, askaprepper.com and elsewhere. Books include Moving to Small Town America, AmeriCanada (Cross Border Connections), The Eden Seeker's Guide and others (see Amazon). Formerly worked for the L.A. Times and Newsweek. Founded the Greener Pastures Institute, which helped thousands relocate from big cities to small towns and was featured in WSJ, USA Today and New York Times. With wife have run a bed and breakfast inn in Cambria, California for 15 years (near Hearst Castle), see hercastle.com. Google William Seavey Retirement Choices for more recent media mentions.
16 months ago
A writer for 60 plus years recognizes that the shift to online publishing is here to stay. He's embracing it and suggests you do, too.
2 years ago
Covid-19's spread was started in China but one U.S. health official's job was to prevent it from gaining a foothold in the U.S.--instead, he spent the money on evacuating American citizens from South Korea if Kim Jong Un dropped his nukes on them--the untold story originally reported in the WSJ
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