This is an index of the blog posts in Long Walks & Anarcho-Primitivism, Paul Mobbs’ blog on lifestyle change and simplicity, exploring the ecological and psychological dimensions of regularly spending time outdoors
This page provides an index for the Long Walks & Anarcho-Primitivism video & blog posts. The posts can be access from the main titles, and to access any accompanying video click the small link below each title segment.
This is intended the be a practical blog. To that end you can view the YouTube playlist containing all the videos associated with this blog. The videos are an integral part of the blog, as they show the activities which each blog post describes.
This index provides a list in chronological order, as this blog, unlike the others, is written as a continuing dialogue – that will hopefully expand over time to cover more and more inter-related issues.
This is a cross-posting from The ‘Meta-Blog’, since this essentially marked the launch of this whole project: “I am writing to inform you that as of the end of 2020, I am resigning my position with the environmental movement”
Walking, camping, and foraging, are the last ‘natural’ refuges outside technological society – the last ‘commons’ open to all irrespective of wealth; albeit one that’s always under threat.
I know I’m not alone in that position. More importantly, I know there are many more who want to ‘downshift’ into “something else” – other than where they are now – but have not the first clue how.
I have no mobile phone; I have no watch; but I have time. Many have questioned how I dare wander abroad without the technologies of time measurement and mobile communication. In this post I explain, in reply, my querying of their ‘necessity’.