Nature’s Not Enough
The year was 2018. I was living in Steamboat Springs, CO about to end my summer job. I had no idea what was next for me. I had always wanted to live in Montana, but had only been once to visit University of Montana in Missoula. I like Missoula, but it had a very BoulderContinue reading “11 Gems in Whitefish, MT”
Lately, life has been proving that nature is not enough. I have finished up my school year of substitute teaching, had a birthday, and have focused (maybe too much) on being active. My average amount of steps this past month is about 24,000 steps/day. Being outside and moving is helpful for my mental health, butContinue reading “A Little Bible Bath”
Greetings, nature lovers! I am excited to be back to writing about adventure again for you all. The past month has been wacky to say the least. First, I got fully vaccinated! I rewarded myself with a honey cinnamon latte from Jubilee Coffee Roasters (A+ coffee), then I flew to Montana for my friend’s wedding.Continue reading “10 MUST-DO’s in Sanibel, Florida!”
And the results are in! I used a list on Bustle that claims the results of each quiz are “pretty spot on” https://www.bustle.com/life/personality-quizzes-about-where-to-live My results were pretty scattered, to be honest. So here’s what I got: 1 – Brainfall’s What US State Should You Live In? I got Wisconsin??? 2 – Playbuzz’s “Which City” QuizContinue reading “I Took 10 Personality Quizzes Telling me Where to Live…”
Hi there, friends! It has been a minute since I have last wrote on here. Truthfully, I have struggled with trying to figure out what I want this blog to truly be. Do I want it to be a place where I share cool hiking tips? Do I want it to be about the beautyContinue reading “A Simple Song”
Greetings, everyone in the blog-verse! I hope all of you are having a good weekend so far despite all of the civil unrest we have been experiencing here in the US. Just incase anyone reading wondered: I believe that Black Lives Matter. I believe that there needs to be some changes made to the wayContinue reading “Reflecting on Travels Pre-COVID”
This is a stupid title. But, I wanted to talk about Christmas trees real fast. The Christmas tree tradition dates back to the 16th century in Germany! I don’t have time to go into a history lesson here, so if you want to know more, check out this website: https://www.countryliving.com/life/a45590/christmas-tree-origin/ What I really want toContinue reading “A Living Scrapbook – The Christmas Tree”
I am not going to lie to you all (well, the like 3 people who stumble upon this post), I have been discouraged lately. I’m not entirely sure why either. Maybe it’s the myriad of people getting engaged, having babies, buying houses, and getting promoted while I sit and apply to job after job afterContinue reading “A Glimmer of Hope (aka cute dogs)”
Hello friends! Welcome to honesty hour with Michelle. Today, I’d like to speak on the subject of unemployment fatigue. I’ve been unemployed on and off since March 2020. I have a masters degree and am an extremely hard worker. I never in my wildest dreams would have thought I’d be unemployed for 8 months. IContinue reading “Honesty Hour: Unemployment Fatigue in the COVID Season”
Winter is slowly creeping in upon us which means it’s time to break out the sweaters, Christmas decorations, and big mugs for hot drinks! If you’re anything like me, you are so excited for the snow to start falling so you can snuggle up with blankets, hit the slopes, and do some winter adventuring. WinterContinue reading “Hot Drinks to Match Your Adventures This Winter”
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