How to save humming birds with John Rowden at the National Audubon Society No Comments

Go Adventure Mom 016 - Bird Nerds Unite: The National Audubon Society Today we are talking about birds! Birds can add excitement and depth to all of your outdoor experiences, whether it’s camping, hiking, or in your own backyard! Our guest is Dr. John Rowden, Director of Community Conservation at The National Audubon Society. Dr. Rowden explains how he came to study birds as a career, his Read more

Secrets of the Galapagos Islands with Ellen Prager No Comments

  Today we are talking with Ellen Prager a marine scientist and author that is widely recognized for her expertise and ability to make science entertaining and understandable for people of all ages! Blue Footed Boobies - Galapagos If you’re one of the many people who has the Galapagos Islands on their must-visit list but it doesn’t seem realistic, Ellen may change your mind! She advises expedition Read more

How to Travel Lightly with the GB Pockit Stroller No Comments

Travel Stroller When traveling, you usually don’t want to bring a ton of stuff with you. However, there is typically a dilemma with traveling and strollers. Anytime I have tried to bring strollers anywhere, they have been too big. The only solution has been the Pockit Stroller from GB Child USA. Here is why the Pockit Stroller might just change the way you do things! The Pockit Read more

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What would you do to survive if you were cast overboard? I think many of us may have had that thought the last time we were boating or watching the Titanic. But I think there are very few of us that have the mindset and willpower to survive and not succumb to our own negative thinking and hopelessness. Today you’ll learn the power of positive thinking, Read more

Wildflower photography tips No Comments

Wildflower photography tips Have you ever wanted to photograph wildflowers, but weren’t sure where to get started? I think wildflowers are super pretty and something I could look at all day long. I wanted to share some  best tips for photographing those wildflowers from my aunt Shari Akers.  Read up on wildflowers The first step to taking pictures of wildflowers is to read up on them. Wildflowers aren’t Read more

Stop Dieting: Learn How to Embrace Whole Health No Comments

  Nathalie Botros - Bon-Vivant Life Certified health coach, psychotherapist and author Nathalie Botros joins Kathy this week to chat about wholistic health. I don't know about you, but I feel like the way I think about dieting and food isn't a healthy one. For me, I need to focus on shifting away from eating "bad food" that in turn makes me feel like I've made a "bad Read more

Proven Insider Tips for Grand Teton National Park 1 Comment

Grand Teton National Park Road Trip Heading out on family adventures is something my family LOVES to do. We believe in creating family travel traditions. If you have never been to Grand Teton National Park, you should know that it’s in Wyoming. It’s just a couple of hours away from us, which is nice. If you’re heading out to this national park with your family, here Read more

Camping Tips: How to Turn Your Kids into Happy Campers No Comments

Summer Camping Tips for the Busy Family Camping season is almost here. As much as my family loves camping, I don’t love the aspect of trying to pack everything up. This is especially true as a mom of 3 that leads a busy life. I love camping to disconnect, but the packing thing takes some work. Here are some summer camping tips for the busy family. Keep Read more

How National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore Helps Save Wildlife 1 Comment

Podcast Episode 011 - How National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore Helps Save Wildlife Joel Sartore is a photographer for National Geographic magazine. He's focused on conservation. We first hear the story of how he came to work with National Geographic, and then he shares some details about the job which may surprise you! It's not always glamorous and it's a lonely job sometimes. Joel is passionate about leaving Read more

5 Family Friendly Activities in Las Vegas No Comments

When most people think of Vegas, they think of going for the partying scene. It’s a shame because there is so much more to Las Vegas than meets the eye. Believe it or not, it’s a great place for families! You don’t have to be in the mood to gamble to enjoy a few days in the Las Vegas area. 1. 7 Magic Mountains One of my Read more

The Ugly Truth of Wildlife Poaching with Janine Vaccarello No Comments

Wildlife Poaching with Janine Vaccarello On the podcast today we tackle a sensitive subject: wildlife poaching. We don’t go into detail, but it may be a subject for you or your kids. If it is a sensitive topic, please feel free to skip this episode. Our guest today  is Janine Vaccarello of Alcatraz East, a crime museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, where they’ve been working on a Read more

The Power of Play No Comments

Why Getting Outdoors is So Important: Knowing the Power of Play Tips for Going to the Park Getting outside to play is something to embrace, not to ignore. If you’re going to get outdoors to play, you might as well make it count. Grab the kids and head outside for the day because getting outdoors is so important and the power of play is irreplaceable Read more

Visit Wyoming No Comments

Planning Your First Trip to Wyoming – What’s Wyoming Really Like? Most people who have lived in the USA have heard of Wyoming, but have they visited? For the first-time Wyoming traveler- you’re going to want to know what this wonderful state is really like. Wyoming may not have a large population, but it has vast plains and amazing mountain views. Some of you may have Read more

Best-Selling Author Shares How To Be Assertive Now No Comments

Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks, the author of The Assertiveness Guide For Women, joins Kathy this week to talk about - you guessed it - how to be assertive! Dr. Julie is the owner of Wasatch Family Therapy, has a masters degree in social work, and a Ph.D. in marriage & family therapy. She explains what assertiveness is: confident, clear, self-assured communication. We hear some of the Read more