Big news this month Mountain Mom and Tots readers! I was selected as a TrailBlazer for the 10k Women Trail Project, a year long initiative coordinated by the non-profit Hike it Baby and funded by a grant from REI’s Force of Nature effort.
I’m so excited to be part of this program, because I firmly believe everybody needs a friend or mentor to help them get outdoors. I know the 10k Women Trail Project will be helpful for a lot of you readers, so I thought I’d answer some questions about it so you can join in the hiking party!
Continue reading “The 10k Women Trail Project – Let’s Hit the Trails Ladies”
I’m thankful for nature every single day. Being outdoors keeps me calm, encourages exercise and just makes me a better mom.
Because of that I’m excited to announce this month’s outdoor challenge.
Continue reading “Thankful for NATURE: November Outdoor Challenge”
Camp cooking is one of the biggest struggles beginner campers have to work through. What can I make that my family will eat? How do I cook without my stove top and oven?
Camp cooking takes a little bit of preparation and planning, but once you have the right tools and skills, camp cooking can be the best part of exploring outdoors as a family!
Continue reading “Camp Cooking Challenge: 30 Outdoor Meals in 30 Days”
I’m so excited to share this book review with all of you! Why? Because There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather really inspired me to get outdoors, no matter how cold or wet it may be. Continue reading “There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather Book Review and Author Interview”