When Sea Urchins Attack

May 5, 2016

This post is sponsored by MedEx from UnitedHealthcare Global. All thoughts, opinions, and sea urchin stories are my own.

In honor of #ThrowbackThursday, I’m going to tell you a story full of pain, swearing, and a whole lot of hobbling around. So sit back, grab a drink, and let’s talk sea urchins.

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Real Talk: Monday Musings

May 2, 2016

It’s been awhile since I’ve sat down and chatted about life. You know, the stuff that happens smashed between outdoor adventures and physical challenges? It’s been taking over lately and I’ve been pretty mum on the topic. In fact, I’ve been fairly quiet around here in general.

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Skiing California: Kirkwood and Heavenly

April 26, 2016

While traipsing about the country, Will and I found ourself itching to experience a few new ski resorts. Sure, we live a hop, skip and a step away from some of the best skiing in the country, but it’s always fun to try new places! Thankfully, there are some terribly kind folks working at Vail Resorts who agreed to facilitate our wanderlust by hooking us up with a three-day pass to any Vail Resort ski mountain.

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#JustAnOutdoorGal: Sheila Eagan

April 6, 2016

By: Anagha Bharadwaj

Female athletes get a lot of haterade thrown at them; just ask the Women’s National Soccer Team! Despite being projected to bring in more revenue and doing just as much–if not more–work than the men’s national team, the women on the national team are consistently paid less by a staggering margin. Female athletes are some of the most badass chicks around, and they more than deserve equal support!

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Social Media

The World of Snapchat

April 5, 2016

Contrary to appearances, I’m a slow adopter of social media platforms. I didn’t start a Twitter account until 2011 which was eons past its 2006 inception. And Facebook? My blog *finally* got its own Facebook page in January, 2015….so barely one year ago. I opened my Instagram account early on {thanks to the encouragement of a friend} but it sat unattended for at least two years while I pondered the craze of the square crop.

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