And…we’re baaaack!

Nearly ten years ago I went to a wedding of a dear friend from high school. While driving home from Idaho Falls to Jackson Hole, I decided I wanted to do a project about my generation. I HAD NO IDEA WHAT I WAS DOING. It was an experiment. From late September 2011 to March 2012 … Continue reading

project1979 turns 40

I started this blog in response to feeling very….30 and also feeling like the generation I connected with was special. I still feel that it is. I thought it would be worth it to experiment on a project attempting to highlight people all over the world who were born in a tiny slice of a … Continue reading

Dear Rodney

I am currently living in a place where no one is rioting and the biggest struggle for me today will be getting my car out of my snow-packed driveway. I remember the day when the Rodney King verdict came out…I was sitting at a Mexican restaurant with my mom and sister in Encinitas, California, we … Continue reading

Into a Daybreak

“To be left alone on the tightrope of youthful unknowing is to experience the excruciating beauty of full freedom and the threat of eternal indecision. Few, if any, survive their teens. Most surrender to the vague but murderous pressure of adult conformity. It becomes easier to die and avoid conflict than to maintain a constant … Continue reading

This is hero: his dream

Today I leave for a year in China. I don’t know how I feel exactly, although I am pretending to be brave but I know that what I’m facing is so little compared to what is on the plates of others. All around me are examples of 30-something’s courage, from Marcel Mettelsiefen (35) and his work … Continue reading

How do you get through your day?

      Richie Parker gives us another reason to be proud of our generation.  

InVisible in Germany

Originally posted on project1979:
Now in Brussels and gearing up for the performance on Saturday which will be done Salon-style for a live group here with people streaming in from around the world. Can’t wait! In the three weeks that I was in Germany my life was altered by Bluespots productions: I jumped off. Often…

An inspiring look at how our shift-able choices and constantly mutating points of view 🙂

1 Billion Rising Rome!

Here’s a little video diary about the magical V-Day in Rome. Enjoy 🙂 project1979 was proud to represent.

Originally posted on JACOBSPHERE:
Lately I’ve been wondering about how much anyone actually follows their dreams. When I was younger I always told to dream big and I have for the most part, up until recently it hadn’t occurred to me that in fact I haven’t pursued any of my dreams really which concerns me.…

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