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

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

How to Dig for Hidden Geodes 4 Comments

Disclaimer - This post is sponsored by Tooele County. Go Adventure Mom received compensation for writing this post. All opinions expressed are entirely our own.    How to dig for hidden geodes in Tooele County Have you always wanted to dig for geodes, but weren’t sure where to start? You can dig for hidden geodes in Tooele County and here’s how! Digging in the Utah desert is loads of Read more

World Schooling with Lonely Planet Author Mara Vorhees No Comments

World Schooling with Lonely Planet Author Mara Vorhees Traveling with family is our focus this week, as we’re joined by family travel expert Mara Vorhees. Mara is a writer with Lonely Planet and has plenty of experience traveling the world with her young twins. She tells us about the benefits and opportunities of world-schooling for children and shares some great tips for traveling as a family. She Read more

World Schooling: The New Way of Learning 1 Comment

What is World Schooling? It's no surprise that family travel and world schooling is on the rise. In a recent article in The Guardian show that this growing trend is gaining momentum. Also referred to as alternative education, homeschooling (but never at home), road schooling or unschooling. Parents are taking long-term trips where children learn while traveling. Some people are able to world school full-time, while more families Read more

007 Mary Edwards 5×20 Female Entreprenuers how women are raising after the earthquake 1 Comment

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

006 Farm Life with Maryann Alston No Comments

  Go Adventure Mom Podcast 006 with Maryann Alston This episode is all about farming and gardening! Our guest Maryann Alston is an expert as she’s a farmer herself. Maryann started out with a small garden, and now her family lives on a big farm! She also launched the Wasatch Front Farmers Market in Utah. Maryann talks about farming life and explains how you can get involved on Read more

Podcast Party, Spring Gear Guide, Spring Magazine + Giveaway 6 Comments

Go Adventure Mom Podcast Kick-Off Party! Today is a big day, the Go Adventure Mom Podcast is LIVE. We've got a lot of great things going to celebrate the podcast launch. We've kicked-off our Spring Magazine and our Spring Gear guide. We've got a giveaway to help us celebrate! Thank you for being part of our tribe! We couldn't have done this with out you. Please subscribe and leave a Read more