A Little Bible Bath

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”

My 3 Favorite and Least Favorite Pieces of Gear on the Colorado Trail

During 2020, I was laid off both my jobs. I was angry, lost, and completely clueless. As spring melted away and unemployment continued to loom over me, I planned a thru-hike of the Colorado Trail. This trail had been one of my dreams for years, and the year of COVID seemed like the perfect timeContinue reading “My 3 Favorite and Least Favorite Pieces of Gear on the Colorado Trail”

5 Tips to Become More Adventurous

If you’re anything like me, you love a good adventure. Sometimes a planned trip over a holiday weekend fits the bill and other times a quest through a grocery store does the trick. Over the course of my life, I’ve been told by friends and family that I’m “the most adventurous person” they know. Honestly,Continue reading “5 Tips to Become More Adventurous”

6 Reasons Why Solo Hiking is the BEST

Hi friends! I hope this blog post finds you well! I want to talk to you about why I believe solo hiking is the best thing ever. If you’re like me, you love a good hike. You love to explore and see new things. But if you’re also like me, you’re often busy when othersContinue reading “6 Reasons Why Solo Hiking is the BEST”