ElizaBeth CoiraHowdy Friend and Welcome!
I’m ElizaBeth Coira, the Home Grown Sojourner. I’m a writer, poet, photographer, facilitator, and consultant on a mission– to learn from the people, places, and landscapes that grace our amazing planet. I hope you’ll enjoy my poetry, photography, articles, workshops and more; all framed by the simple guiding principle of Love.

My journey involves navigating different physical places and spaces indeed, but also those of the heart and mind. Though it may sound cliché, I truly believe we live in a beautiful world; we have only to open our lives to see it, breathe it, love it, and live it each moment. I know…it may sound a bit crazy; after all, we can’t control everything the world throws our way. And it’s certainly not all easy, pretty or perfect. We do, however, have a superpower on our side, in our pockets, in every moment, whether we realize it or not…that is the power of Choice.

We have the power, through Choice, to mindfully shape our realities, purposefully build our lives, and care-fully commit our intents to nothing more than simple Love. Go ahead…I invite you to try it…start with a little bit…each day…like trying on clothes…Love looks good on you and me and all of us!

ElizaBeth Coira is an American writer, poet, photographer, facilitator, and Communications Strategy Consultant. Originally from San Antonio, Texas; currently residing in eastern Washington; she wanders all over the world, driven by an insatiable curiosity and profound commitment to learning from and loving our beautiful planet. She’s worked for diverse organizations like the United Nations, US government agencies, and various grass-roots non-profit entities. She holds both a B.A. and M.A. in International Affairs from American University in Washington, DC; and is a certified Change Management Advanced Practitioner by Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Her work frequently addresses themes of identity, change, health, nature, spirituality, love, feminism, environmental sustainability, social responsibility, travel, and journeys.

7 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Beth –

    This blog is awesome!!! Keep it coming! It’s amazing to see how far both you and I have come since college. I’m going to try to keep up a little better on your poetry. Hope you and Dan are doing well!

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