About Reform Life
At first glance, people may think of Reform Life as living more with less through van life. Leaving behind an old life, minimizing possessions, stepping into the unknown, traveling, embracing adventure, but that is a mistake.
True, living out of a van is part of a recipe - but a singular and interchangeable ingredient. If we’re only connected to that, we are missing the bigger picture.
Living reformed isn’t just about van life or living more with less, but about becoming more with less. Learning to let go of material possessions so we can advance and let go of all that does not serve us. Exploring not just the earth, but the depths of our consciousness.
We start external to gain momentum for deeper internal work; career, passions, purpose, relationships, diet, health patterns, thought, mindset, habits, limiting beliefs, personality traits, fears, ego…. to name a few.
We learn to let go of it all until the only thing left is the truth. The truth of our soul and of our oneness with all. A truth that radiates light everywhere we go, attracting our wildest dreams and healing with pure unconditional love for all and the planet.
I was born in 1988 in New Jersey and moved to Orange County, California when I was three years old. Because we grew up in a superficial environment, I believed life’s accomplishments and success were created in material, abundance, and luxury. So I went to college double majoring in Marketing and Computer Information Systems to build my empire. I spent the next seven years in a corporation, starting a brand as an intrepreneur, whilst simultaneously climbing the corporate ladder.
Over time, I grew the brand significantly, finding its way into big-box retail and managing other categories of the company’s business. I was making outstanding money, but I did not feel outstanding. Something was off.
Then in 2014 as part of my thirst for more I bought a 1980 VW campervan, changing my life forever. The simplicity and joy caused me to question everything; my path, purpose, goals, freedom, and happiness. So in 2017, I quit my six-figure corporate job in a quest to find something more meaningful, myself. Now, two years later, I live out of a sprinter van with very few material things, but an abundance of joy, gratitude, and connection to all.
I travel frequently and primarily utilize my flexibility as a tool to build family all throughout Southern California. I love my family, and I love people.
I’m a surfer, skater, climber, photographer, writer, and business owner. I spend most of my time in the outdoors, at the beach, a backyard pool, or at a crag. I love the planet, and I’ve focused my business (Reform Reusables) on developing sustainable solutions to reduce waste and clean up our oceans because our planet deserves it, and we do too.