Growing up, I used to raise my hand in school to answer questions I wasn’t 100 percent sure I knew the answers to. I would volunteer to participate in activities I had no idea if I was capable of actually doing or not. I would walk up to complete strangers and introduce myself without even a second thought. I was, in a sense, fearless.
Tiny but useful: to live a more intentional lifestyle, there are plenty of tiny, but useful ways in which you can alter your everyday routine to live more sustainably. This recurring publication will focus on very small, simple and specific ways to treat our planet just a bit better each day.
Not for the faint of heart or those afraid of heights, This “hike” is more of a rock scramble for the first mile. It’s a fun and fast paced puzzle trying to figure out how […]
Who has some lofty mountain climbing goals this summer? I know I do. Unfortunately my winter training regimen involved more watching Parks and Rec. than actually going to parks or participating in rec. I’m not […]