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When Did We Forget That We Could Be Whatever We Wanted to Be?

As a kid I remember being told I could be whatever I wanted to be. A teacher, an astronaut, a painter, a vet, etc. We still tell our kids they can do and be whatever they want. We encourage them to try, to work hard, to find their passions, and to learn. At some point, we stopped taking our own advice. It almost feels like once you’re an adult, you…Read More

Why We Should All be Failing More

I remember laying on my back on the ground in the wilderness with blood coming out of my head while I laughed at myself. It was pitch black, I was all alone, and I had just smacked myself in the head with a rock while trying to hang my food in a tree on my first ever solo backpacking trip. The amount of things that went wrong on that trip…Read More

You Don’t Have to Look Far to Find Adventure

I’ve found myself trekking a lot of miles to find adventure. Being in the outdoors, having new experiences, and pushing myself are all things that help to make me feel alive and at peace. From backpacking to fishing to camping, I’m always looking for things to do that ignites the wild side in me. It’s one of the many reasons I love living in Idaho. However, sometimes even I need…Read More

Instagram vs Reality

Instagram vs reality. Some days the wind blows my hair just right, and other days I’m stuck in a hair tornado. Windblown may be pretty, but my reality is often the hair tornado. That got me thinking about how toxic social media can be sometimes. Lately I can scroll through social media and feel the shame creep in as I watched my kids on their iPads while everyone else’s kids…Read More

Seed Starting 101

I love watching my little sprouts grow from seeds to full on plants through seed starting. It’s a more advanced gardening practice, but it’s one that can be highly beneficial to anyone looking to get more from their garden. I’ve shared a bunch of prepping hacks lately (including bread making sourdough starting, making your own hand sanitizer, etc.), and now I want to share a little bit about seed starting…Read More