Just wanted everyone on my mailing list to know that our aforementioned housing dilemma is no longer a problem; a stack of miracles came through and we’ve found a nice and affordable place to live. We’ll still be renting, but it’s a good place for me and Tim and the kids and we’re all happy about it. We move in next month.

I’ll probably be a bit busy with the move for the next few weeks, especially the first part of January which will be hectic, so apologies if my output gets a little sparse at times through that period but that’s why. I’m really looking forward to having this done and being able to put all of my creativity back where it belongs.

Thank you all for how supportive you’ve been during this time. I feel really blessed to have such wonderful readers and supporters.


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  • Best of luck to you guys Caitlin. I moved furniture as a job for several summers and family and friends as a volunteer a bunch of times, I’ve learned there’s something magical about the number five. 5 people working on moving day feels like almost twice as many as 4. I’ve never been sure exactly why, but it is. Last tested the effect in May in 90+ degree weather and it went super fast.

    Your work is a constant source of nourishment to so many people. Here’s hoping your new shelter nurtures your creativity and spirit. Best of luck.

  • Good to know you have found a place. I listen to all your and Tim’s podcasts and enjoy your point of view.

  • Hi Caitlin and Tim

    Another brilliant year of receiving your emails, thanks – hope all goes well for you and the kids with the move.

    Best wishes

  • Very happy for you and your family. I hope the move goes smoothly. Happy holidays, and thanks once again for all the elucidative writing you continually gift us with. My best to you!

  • Joy, peace, and love in your new year to you and yours, Caitlin, just as you have given those to us.

  • You are our stack of miracles! Please take good care of yourselves! Blessings on all of you!

  • Good luck!
    Moving can be really traumatic (not nearly as traumatic as being homeless, though…).
    Hope it all goes smoothly and that you all manage to enjoy the festive season, somehow.

  • Hi, Caitlin! i’ve been following you for a few years but never commented here, I think. But when I saw this email, I just felt like saying I’m happy for you! Housing difficulties are soul crushing, I actually felt relief knowing you finally found your new place.

    Much love from Holland, happy holidays!

  • Homeward bound! With love and gratitude to the entire community!!

  • Wishing you all the very best in your new home, including much love, peace and happiness

  • Happy new… era :o)

  • Splendid! I was worried that you and the family would end up in some awful place with freight trains roaring by every 20 minutes and shipping portals with moving vans and meth dealers and guns going off and…nah, you’d live outside first.
    Happiest of holidays to you, Tim and the kids!

  • That’s lovely to hear, so pleased for you et al. Here’s to a productive 2022 and you in full flight again! ❤️

  • Yeah for you and your family, and best wishes for the BIG MOVE and in making this place beautiful!

    Huge gratitudes for all your do and be, Caitlin Johnstone:-)

  • Best wishes on your moving into a new home. We look forward to your upcoming insights, reflections, and musings.

  • Happy Winter Solstice and Happy Summer Solstice to everyone around this beautiful blue planet.

  • We’ve got a lot of work-in-progress, too, Sister.
    Just call it “prepping”.
    See, better now…

    What would Gandhi do?

  • Thank you for the good work you are doing. “Everyday deeds by ordinary folk that keeps the darkness at bay.” Gandalf.

  • Congratulations Caitlin! Big hug from Cuban reader

  • Very pleased to hear this!!

  • Wish you and your family all the best Caitlin.

  • Success and happy holidays!

  • A new place from which to write…

    I remember you saying in a previous post that you wanted to try new ways to express yourself in the coming year.

    Well, isn’t this move timely!!!

    All the best for the move, for the happiness and comfort of your family in a better dwelling and for everyone’s creativity… yours and theirs!

  • All the best to you and yours in your new home!

  • Well done for tenacity Caitlin & thanks for your loyalty to the poor and disenfranchised people of this wretchedly abused Earth. Enjoy the move and the new beginning and don’t worry about output. It’ll come when you are ready. As the dogs of war are being unleashed you seem to be one of the few who is even barking about it. Pity we didn’t descend from Bonobos instead of aggressive Chimps. Oh well Happy New Year. dónal

  • Best of luck. Love you both

  • Best of luck. Love you both.

  • Good luck with it all and best wishes for a happy, healthy and hopefully more sane ad just new year.

  • Wonderful news, wish you all successful moving and a fabulous festive time .
    Thanks for all your courage and the support your writing gives me. With love and solidarity , Susan

  • All the best for the move and good luck and joy in your new home.

  • Dear Caitlin,

    I’m so happy you found a good place. I was starting to worry, especially with all the bad news coming out of Australia. I love your writing, but you deserve a break. Take all the time you need, and take some time to just relax and enjoy the move. We’ll be here when you get back online. You look just like my sister in that pic with Tim kissing your head. Makes it even easier to love you. Thanks so much for what you do.

  • Wonderful! Keep on Caitlin!

  • Good news Caitlin.
    A ‘Christmas’ list for you and yours:
    •Cardboard boxes from op shops, supermarkets, friends, and dare I say it, Bunnings (reasonably priced).
    • Old pillow cases.
    • Sturdy reusable plastic bags.
    • Masking tape in a dispenser.
    • Labels or a texta pen.
    • Helping hands.
    • Stretching exercises before lifting.
    • Plenty of water.
    • Patience, tolerance and a sense of humour
    • Plenty of sleep.

    We moved a year ago after twenty years in the bush. The shit we accumulated !! Bloody hell.

  • Happy to see this. Best wishes!

  • Great news for Caitlin and family. ❤️❤️

  • Hi Caitlin,

    I hope all goes well with your “moving” .

    Thank you for your “posts”, ( it is my regular dose of sanity). All the best for 2022 and beyond.


  • It’s okay, Caity! Take your time. I am so glad the stress is removed from your housing situation, and I wish you the best for you, Tim and the kids in your new place!! Congrats!! I love you, and Merry Christmas, Happy New Year!

  • How exciting for you and Tim, who both provide some of the best reading on the Internet! We can wait for a few days while you settle in to an easier life situation. We all appreciate you immensely!!

  • Merry Christmas Caitlin and family!! that is wonderful news and warms my heart! Miracles are life affirming and the more you celebrate them the more they come! I love celebrating miracles anytime anywhere and for anyone! Blessings!

  • Excellent news! Good luck with the move, and best wishes this holiday season.

  • Caitlin,
    You and your ability to think bigger and wiser than most, is the miracle.
    I wish you great joy in your new place.
    Love Ali xx

  • Yay

  • All the best at your new place! Let it give you a good shelter for your creativity!

  • Thank you for all you are doing.
    Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas.

  • All the best to you Caitlin, for a grand wonderful New Year!

  • Enjoy your new abode!

  • Enjoy your Christmas and New Year

  • Good News! A New Home for Christmas….
    Glad for you.

  • Along with everyone else, I’m delighted at your good news! Take the time you need to get settled back in. We will all be here when you get back.

  • Congrats and good luck in the new place. Get some much-deserved “rest”, haha, and come back better than ever. We NEED your voice out here!

  • There is not one reader of your articles who is not happy for you!
    Wish more people could read you in Germany.

  • Dilemma averted! Great news! Take care of your family, we’ll all be here when you get back!

  • Hi Caitlin,

    Here’s wishing you the most successful move. It seems that the Universe was paying attention. I’m a firm believer that the Universe provides, though it may only be the raw materials.

    Suggestion: get rid of everything you can. This is an opportunity to clear your your past, but be sure to take the children’s toys…or at least their favorites. Nothing like a move to offer an opportunity for a “clean start.”

    You are an amazing and talented individual, whose voice is essential. May it be heard everywhere at this time of need.

    Continue to nurture your goodness,


  • I’m glad you found a place you like. Take some time off. You’ve earned it many times over. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  • Congratulations! Take your time and get settled. And thank you for every word you write, and for being who you are. Wishing you and yours the very best!

  • I do enjoy your take on the world and events, and your writing style. As to moving house – well, I’ve always found it can be fun, in retrospect. Best of luck with your move and we’ll see you when your cursor’s found a power-point. Cheers!

  • Congratulations! What a relief it must be. Great way to start the new year. Best wishes!

  • All the best for you and family in your new home .

  • Congrats, Caitlin… hope all goes well. Cheers to you and your family.

  • Thanks for the update! I was freaking out for you and your family. Happy Christmas and New Year to you all!

  • So glad for you!

  • Best wishes. Thanks for your insight and writing.

    We have moved quite a few times, so I will encourage you to get rid of stuff you don’t use anymore that are still in boxes from your last move!

    Well, that was our experience.

  • Congrats! So glad that you guys found a place! <3

  • So glad you & your family found housing! And just in time for the holidays. Sweet.

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