I grew up in the woods and it’s where I feel most at home. I’d call myself a photographer, nature-lover, world traveler, bookworm, dancing queen, dog trainer, and parent to a charismatic golden (Griffin) and his trusty sidekick (Little Bear). At the end of 2015, we’ll be AT thru-hikers. I have a passion for life and all that it brings and find true joy in discovering my place in this world. We all choose what to make of our lives; I’ve decided to make mine an adventure!
It has been about 3 months since I decided to leave the Appalachian Trail and end my thru hike. There hasn’t been a single day that I haven’t thought
Let me preface this by assuring you that this list is not exhaustive and that I have experienced each of them at least once. 1. Underestimate the
It's been a couple of weeks since my last post and encompassing two weeks out here in a post is so impossible. Similarly to my last post, amazing is
My first trail update is coming at you from the lovely Franklin, NC. I’m just about two weeks into my Appalachian Trail adventure and I am loving it.
Why do we hike? Why do we adventure? Why do we take time away from our “everyday lives” to explore? Why do we move away from everything we know? Why
Yes, I’m one of those crazy, do everything with your dog, kind of people who would decide to hike the Appalachian Trail not just with one, but both,
It’s been awhile since I posted, my brain has been far too scattered to make tangible thoughts. I have about 12 to do lists and I spend so much time
The 15 Most Important Things I Have Learned From 2014 (and AT thru hike planning)… And What That Means For 2015 (and my AT thru hike)
1. Life is hard, crazy and beautiful. Life is an amazing journey, there’s no denying it. Instead of spending time and energy overanalyzing the
116 days until I set out to thru hike the Appalachian Trail and I continue to ask myself the question: What have I gotten myself into? I know I’m not
We all have a bucket list, or at least a hazy outline in our minds, so we should know how to define one right? I thought I could, but then I really