How to be an Outsider with Melanie from KÜHL No Comments

  This episode is all about being an outsider! Our guest Melanie has worked on a publication by KUHL Clothing called The Outsider, sharing stories of innovators who embody and embrace fearless independence and rebellion. Melanie and their team traveled the Outlaw Trail to capture the stories of visionary talents who surpass the ordinary to create the extraordinary. As outsiders, we know that the outdoors plays a Read more

What You Should be Eating: Superfoods No Comments

What You Should be Eating: Superfoods   Most of us have good intentions about what we plan on putting in our bodies. In all honesty, what you think is healthy, could totally not be healthy at all. When it comes to what you should be eating, let’s focus on superfoods.  If you’re a moderately active person, you should be consuming plenty of these superfoods to keep up Read more

Podcast: Explore Nature Play with Tinkergarten No Comments

Meghan Fitzgerald of Tinkergarten Tinkergarten is on a mission to elevate childhood, bringing families together in a natural place in their community for classes where kids learn through play. Each class becomes a tight-knit group of children and adults who learn together through well-designed, outdoor play-based activities. Meghan Fitzgerald co-founded Tinkergarten with her husband and is here to tell us all about it. Tinkergarten highlights the importance Read more

Thermarest Tent No Comments

Thermarest Tent What if you could camp in comfort? Tents from Thermarest allow you to do just this. The thing I love about these tents is that they are easy to set up. However, they are also luxurious and spacious. Just because your camping, it doesn’t mean you can’t have everything you want or/need in a tent.   Easy set up Tents from Thermarest are so simple that one Read more

Podcast: Children’s author Gabrielle Balkan shares her tip for children who love to write No Comments

PODCAST:  Gabrielle Balkan is a writer and editor, mostly of children's books, living in Brooklyn, New York. Some of her titles include 50 Cities in the U.S.A., Book of Bones, and The 50 States. In addition to writing children's books, she's also worked at Scholastic, and spends plenty of time in classrooms as an author! She joins us on the Go Adventure Mom podcast for our Read more

Fresh Beef vs. Frozen No Comments

McDonald's Fresh Beef Patty We all know that fresh tastes better than frozen, right? Today we take a behind the scenes look at the transition McDonald's is taking to bring fresh beef to their menu. My friends Winter, Sharon and Lee were there recording the Hungry Squared Podcast. Where they geek out about restaurant design at McDonald's. You can listen to their podcast here: HUNGRY SQUARED: Read more

Using BusyKid to Teach Kids About Money No Comments

Using BusyKid to Teach Kids About Money My kids are getting older quickly. In fact, it’s going quicker than I ever thought it would. With this in mind, I wanted to figure out ways to teach my kids about money. Money is one of those things you don’t really think about teaching your children. However, I’ve found an incredibly good app to help kids learn how Read more

Podcast: Shabby Alpaca No Comments

029 - Shabby Alpaca Selena Baldwin is the daughter half of the mother-daughter team behind Shabby Alpaca, which carries alpaca and other soft goods from around the world, many which are hand-crafted. Before telling us about the business, Selena tells us about how it all started, which includes the story of her getting pregnant - immediately after her and her husband had finalized the adoption of Read more

Futura Pro 44 EL from Deuter No Comments

Futura Pro 44 EL from Deuter What if you could take the ultimate backpack with you while hiking? There is something exciting that we love taking with us on our long hikes and camping trips. It’s the Futura Pro 44 EL from Deuter and I love every minute of taking it with us. Let me introduce you to the backpack and what exactly it does.   Lightweight and Read more

Healed: Wellness for the 21st Century by Dr. Robin Miller – Interview Q&A No Comments

Bio - Dr. Robin Miller is an established author (The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife and Beyond and Kids Ask the Doctor), and has gathered the knowledge, insights and anecdotes offered in this book over the course of 33 years of treating patients using the principles of integrative medicine. Board certified in Internal Medicine, she trained with Andrew Weil as an Integrative Medicine Fellow at Read more

Creating New Traditions with Your Pet No Comments

Have a pet? Want to create traditions with your pet? Creating new traditions with your pet is possible! Whether it’s a birthday, Christmas, or just a random Sunday afternoon, traditions are so important. Pet lovers everywhere want to include their pet in traditions, they just aren’t sure how to go about it.   #1. Make a plan It’s hard to do a tradition without a plan, even if Read more

Thermarest Compressible Pillow No Comments

Thermarest Compressible Pillow For the campers or travelers that are looking for a little bit to a lot of comfort, I have you covered. Introducing Compressible Pillows from Thermarest. You think you have experienced good rest before, but you were wrong. Moral of story? You need these pillows in your life! Super comfortable Thermarest Compressible Pillows are the most comfortable things you will ever put your head on. Read more

Podcast: 028 – Great Old Broads for Wilderness No Comments

028 - Great Old Broads for Wilderness Here at Go Adventure Mom, we love finding ways to adventure outdoors. It’s important that we all play a role in preserving and protecting nature, and Great Old Broads for Wilderness are helping to do just that. Great Old Broads for Wilderness is a national grassroots organization, led by women, that engages and inspires activism to preserve and protect wilderness Read more