Podcast: Are the GoPro Mountain Games Family Friendly? No Comments

Guest - Tom Boyd The GoPro Mountain Games are coming up June 7-10 in Vail, CO. Tom Boyd is Media Chief of the games, and here to tell us all about them. The GoPro Mountain Games are hosted by the Vail Valley Foundation, a non-profit in Vail, CO that seeks to raise the quality of life in Vail through arts, athletics, and education. GoPro has been the Read more

026 - Backpacking with Kids - Melissa Lynn Lieser Think backpacking is something that has to wait until the kids are older? Not at all! Backpacking is immersive, rewarding, and will provide some quality family time in the great outdoors. Backpacking with kids makes is an even greater adventure. In this episode, we cover all the questions and concerns you may have. What is a good age Read more

Heal Utah: Clear the Air Challenge No Comments

Jessica Reimer - HEAL Utah Jessica Reimer works as a policy associate for HEAL Utah focusing on air quality. According to data and information from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Utah ranks among the highest producers of toxic chemicals in the United State. Jessica looks at the policies for cleaning the air, and suggests what we as citizens can do to help. She’s participating in the upcoming 2018 legislature in Utah, Read more

Online Family Ski School No Comments

Outdoor Family Ski School Skiing is a great way to get out and enjoy the winter weather, but it can seem intimidating or even dangerous. Not to worry! Our guest today is Alyssa Erickson from the Online Family Ski School. As you’ll find out, learning to ski doesn’t start on the hill. There’s lots to learn ahead of time to make sure your experience is a great Read more

Pond Town Podcast No Comments

Go Adventure Mom 024 - Daniel Bates: Pond Town Happy Holidays! This is a great episode to listen to while you're wrapping gifts or getting ready for Christmas. We want to know what your Christmas Traditions are! Leave a comment below! Today we caught up with another podcaster! Get in the Christmas spirit with our guest Daniel Bates, who has launched a podcast based on a short story Read more

How to be present with your kids No Comments

Are you being present with your kids? Parenting has increasing become harder as we fight for time with our kids. The time we have with our children is precious and fleeting. While distractions and the monotony of life can sometimes cause us to forget, we need to make time to connect and celebrate beautiful family moments. Artist Pam Baumeister hopes to capture these moments, with her Read more

Announcing the 7 Miles in 7 Days Challenge No Comments

Go Adventure Mom 022 - Special Edition:  7 Miles in 7 Days Challenge   7 miles. 7 days. Can you do it? Take this FREE motivational mini-challenge with an amazing group of people, and get moving outdoors for 1 mile each day. After the overwhelming response of the 365 Mile Challenge, Kathy Dalton, Alyssa Erickson, Rebecca Walsh, Jess Curren, and Amelia Mayer came up with the idea of a Read more

What you can do to save marine mammals even if you don’t live by the ocean No Comments

Adam from the Marine Mammal Centre in California joins us for an episode all about the ocean and marine life! As the Guest Experience Manager, Adam oversees educational programs at the centre, such as Seals & Slippers and Sea To School. In addition to learning about the Marine Mammal Center, you’ll learn about how you can get involved by volunteering, hear stories about rescuing animals in distress Read more

There’s No Such Thing As Bad Weather with Linda Akeson McGurk No Comments

There's No Such Thing As Bad Weather Go Adventure Mom 020 - Linda Akeson McGurk “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes,” says today’s guest Linda Akeson McGurk. Linda started the Rain or Shine Momma blog, and has now written a book called There’s No Such Thing As Bad Weather. Linda grew up in Sweden, where she was taught to go outdoors every day, rain Read more

Wild Schooling with Nicolette Sowder No Comments

019 Wild Schooling with Nicolette Sowder You’ve heard of homeschooling, but how about wildschooling? Nicolette Sowder is the creator of Wilder Child and the wildschooling Facebook group, which has grown to over 17,000 members! Nicolette started blogging at Wilder Child as a way to connect with other parents that love to get outdoors. The Wilder Child community is for those who are passionate about raising a Wilder Child Read more

Go Adventure Mom Podcast 018 - Woom Bikes Biking is a great and healthy activity, and a skill that kids will have for life! In an episode all about biking, Mathias and Marcus from Woom Bikes share their passion for getting kids outdoors. We learn what it takes to launch a new company. With increasing bike use comes the importance of education and safety, a big responsibility Read more

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

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

Recovering from Nepal’s Earthquake No Comments

How One Company is Helping to Rebuild Disclosure: Coca-Cola sponsored my travel, accommodations and other expenses to Nepal. I attended as an independent blogger who is passionate about empowering women. All opinions are my own. Listen to our podcast for more in-depth conversation about empowering women in developing countries: Go Adventure Podcast (click here for iTunes). April 25, 2015 Earthquake For decades trekkers, climbers and adventurers journey to Nepal to be 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