Every Guest a Host: Inside a Nomad-Base

Every Guest a Host: Inside a Nomad-Base

Taking my break last winter I had quite some free time to float around and recap. So I also used my time to write for shareable.net the article Every Guest a Host on what this casa is all about: What is it that makes me wanna do this, why do people like it so much, and what are the little things that make it a challenge to live here?

But more important, how do I find the right words to actually describe something that is so fluid, so creative and so dynamic? Is it possible? Well, let's say I got pretty far with this article and that for a large part it sums up at least how it feels.

In the process of writing I received feed-back from several of you, which I appreciated very much. I am also happy that Malcolm at shareable gave it some good edits. Though what makes me most happy is that I have been able to put little things in it that actually refer to quite a lot of different people who stayed here and who left a big impact on the house - but most of these references are not easy to get, if it ain't you ;-)

Also, this article is part of a forth-coming book about "Youth During Recession Time", called "Share or Die". It is likely to be only an e-book but thankfully we have a machine here in Amsterdam (the Espresso Book Machine) with which we can self-publish our books.


valentina's picture

Great article. Happy that

Great article. Happy that Casa is in Spring time again :).

robino's picture

Thanks! I hope you liked the

Thanks! I hope you liked the fact I used one of your jokes to start the article with :)

helicopter's picture

: )

I also appreciate the other joke in the first paragraph. ;-)