Welcome, fellow stranger, to The Lonely Tribalist, a blog run by Michelle, a 23 year old college
super senior studying Applied Linguistics graduate looking toward a bright future of tricked out ramen dinners and taking people’s orders for coffee. By her side is her support companion, Moose, a 37 year old world-weary traveler intent on spreading the gospel of sustainability and tribalism one impromptu Starbucks conversation at a time. (Moose isn’t so much into maintaining a blog and is more content with bouncing ideas, so Michelle will be the author of all the posts.) Read the extended “about us” post here.
Join us over a bowl of dank homemade mac ‘n cheese in ruminating the conundrum of feeling alone in a world of 8 billion people. We’re trying to discover (or re-discover) what it means to be in touch with our tribal instincts, as super social animals – and what the hell “tribal” even means in the modern context.
Feel free to hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org and any of our other social media outlets. We sincerely believe in creating community, responding to all comments and correspondences, and trying to be as rad of human beings as we can muster. So again, welcome to the madness, and we look forward to hearing from you. [Also, if we don’t get back to you very quickly, we’re either hitchhiking, Netflixing and chilling, or we’ve fallen victim to the robo-zombie apocalypse.]
Moose and Michelle
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