Free May Family Bike Challenge and Why I Like Biking As a Family

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May Family Bike Challenge

It’s the first of the month again. You know what that means. It’s time for my May Family Bike Challenge!

Why is this month’s outdoor challenge all about family biking? Simple. May is National Bike Month.

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Top Ten Outdoor Mom Gifts for Mother’s Day + GIVEAWAY

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner. You know what that means. Time to show the mother in your life some love with some outdoor mom gifts!

Here’s my Top Ten Picks for Outdoor Mom Gifts. Be sure to scroll down to enter an awesome GIVEAWAY and see links to other outdoor family bloggers’ Mother’s Day Gift Guides.Outdoor Mom Gifts Pin Continue reading “Top Ten Outdoor Mom Gifts for Mother’s Day + GIVEAWAY”

50 Ways to Go Green That I’ve Personally Tried + GIVEAWAY

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In honor of Earth day April 22, 2017, I thought I’d share 50 Ways to Go Green That I’ve Personally Tried. Over the last eighteen months I’ve been motivated to change my habits to be more environmentally friendly. Some of these habits became easy lifestyle changes, others…well…not so much.

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Change Your Hiking Mentality

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One of the easiest outdoor activities to do with kids is hiking. However, hiking with kids is not like hiking alone or with other adults. It requires a completely new hiking mentality. If you’re looking for a happier outdoor hiking experience try these tips to change your hiking mentality.

Change Your Hiking Mentality

 

Don’t Hike. Explore.

A few years ago a friend of mine told me she had stopped hiking with her three young boys. I was surprised, since we often took our kids on trails together. She assured me that she’d still be getting outdoors.

“I’m just not calling our outings hikes anymore. Instead we’re exploring.” Continue reading “Change Your Hiking Mentality”