Buzzz, buzzz, buzzzz… “Ah snap, I totally spaced I had dinner plans tonight.” Shaking my head, I pick up my buddy’s phone call, “Yo man, super sorry, I got caught up at work. I am leaving right now, I’ll be there in twenty!” Frantically stuffing my resin pack, I leave my desk behind. Our lives behind…
Hiking with my toddler has been one of my most rewarding adventures thus far. Exploring new trails and viewing the outdoors with her is filled with constant joy and surprise.
Bolstered by my new confidence, I started to try things I had never dreamed of: snowshoeing, rock climbing, backpacking.
With the pandemic-induced work-from-home movement, I decided to spend a week in Tulum working from there by myself. I had no real reason to be home in New Orleans, and I hadn’t been out of the country in over a year (which kills my soul a little to think about)
Since moving to one of Canada’s top tourist destinations, I’ve seen first hand the effects that travellers have on the environment. Over the last year, people are replacing their trips abroad with adventures closer to home. Airbnb’s and fancy hotel rooms are being traded in for funky, custom made houses on wheels, aka #vanlife. As…
When I first got into plants I wanted more and more and more. Trust me more is not better. It get’s a little stressful trying to watch over 80 plants, and then you forget to water one and it dies on you, so you get sad and think you’re a terrible plant parent.
Quandary Peak was my favorite hike, I loved starting below the treeline for a change and experiencing the first couple miles in the blackened forest.
Grand Teton National Park has unquestionably been one of the few place to grab my heart.
We were not disappointed, a good vibe and great coffee, the perfect start.
Whether you are into short hikes or ultra marathons, Moab has it all. When I say that, I truly mean you can run the Moab 240 (yes, that is a 240 miles race) or you can hike .4 of a mile to the base of the Windows arches in Arches National Park.