007 Mary Edwards 5×20 Female Entreprenuers how women are raising after the earthquake No Comments

Go Adventure Mom 007 Mary Edwards 5x20 Female Entreprenuers how women are raising after the earthquake Today’s guest is Mary Edwards, Kathy’s partner in crime as part of the Go Adventure Mom team! Mary shares some amazing inspirational stories of great women she met during a recent visit to Nepal. Mary went as part of Coca-Cola’s 5by20 initiative, helping with Nepal earthquake relief and to empower Read more

004: Find your own path with Erika Wiggins No Comments

On this episode of Go Adventure Mom Podcast, Kathy talks with Erika Wiggins. Erika spent much of her childhood on a sailboat and now works as a freelance writer, traveling and living life to the fullest. Before going to college, Erika spent much of her time growing up on a sailboat. After this, Erika thought she wanted a “normal” life but eventually found herself unhappy and Read more

Apple Pie Recipe No Comments

Do you love Apple Pie? We do at our house, but I've always been too intimiadted to try making our own. Here's a simple step-by-step recipe that will hopefully make you feel empowered and able to make apple pie!     Traditional butter crust:   2 sticks butter ⅖ cups flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 4 tbsp ice water Stir flour, sugar, and salt together in a Read more

Get kids involved with the Buddy Bison Program No Comments

Buddy Bison Program Wouldn’t it be awesome if there was a program to connect parks and kids? Wait, there is! It’s called the Buddy Bison School Program! Kids need parks and those parks need kids. This program was created to help promote outdoor recreation, but also teach environmental education. Park Preservation If you know anything about the Buddy Bison Program, you know that it’s important to Read more

Teacher Gift for Teacher Appreciation week No Comments

Before we know it, the school year will be over. The school year is already more than half over. Did you know that teacher apreaiction week is coming up? Teacher appreciation week starts May 1 - 5. Get ahead of the game and start your teacher gift now/ Materials: Large Letter --MDF letter measured approximately 9" x 7" and came painted white. Chalkboard Paint -Used Ball Transform Mason Chalkboard Paint Chalk Various School Supplies: Read more

CBS Fresh Living: 8 Tips to Gear Up for Spring 33 Comments

<iframe width="640" height="360" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://kutv.com/embed/features/fresh-living/spring-hikes-with-go-adventure-mom" ></iframe> Are you ready to end your winter hibernation? We are! To celebrate the first of Spring, we've partnered with Aventura Clothing and Liberty Sport to bring our tribe members a fun giveaway. Here are a few tips to help get you outside: 1. Sunglasses - protect your eyes just like you would your skin. Did you know that the snow Read more

Tips for Shopping Your Local Farmers Market No Comments

LOCAL FARMERS MARKET One of my favorite times of the year is here. Shopping at our local farmer’s market is invigorating. The smell in the air is one that is indescribable. The fresh fruit from local farms is ready to be purchased, it is just an exciting time. Here are some tips I can offer you for when you’re shopping at your local farmer’s market. Do Read more

Easter Craft No Comments

Materials: Empty Bottle Caps and Milk Jug Caps (Pink ones) Felt and/or Fleece Craft Foam in various colors Google Eyes Permanent Marker Pom Poms Hot Glue Scissors Directions: 1. Wash and dry your bottle caps.  2. Attach google eyes (use adhesive ones, or hot glue eyes) on to your bottle cap.  3. Use a permanent marker to add a mouth and whiskers to your bunny.   4. Use felt or fleece Read more