It can be easily argued that one of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors, to engage with it on a sensory level, is with a campfire. Communing around that mainstay of every camp and picnic site and inhaling the woodsy aroma that only a campfire can make often causes feelings of happiness […]
About Jamie Moesser
Jamie Moesser has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in public administration, and enjoyed a 10-year career writing grants and fundraising for non-profit organizations before becoming a mother. She now enjoys blogging at HobbyMamas.com, MomItForward.com, and AdventureMom.tv, as well as putting on science fairs and Fall carnivals at her sons’ school, reading, writing fiction, scrapbooking, and a plethora of other hobbies, including waterskiing, r/c car racing, and dirt biking.
There is a type of adventure particular to this time of year, when our children are in school, or in the throes of academic achievement, shall we say. It is a unique adventure, often fraught with unseen obstacles and gnarly messes, but ultimately enjoyable and rewarding. It is found only in schools, particularly the upper […]
Finding Adventure in Different Ways We all find “adventure” in different ways, right? Finding it as a family can be difficult, as the possibility of finding something that appeals to everyone’s tastes often decreases the more people that are involved. Fall Family Geocaching There is one kind of adventure, one hobby, though, that can […]
To me, Fall is the exhalation after the long-held breath that is Summer. It is the rest after the activity and fun and heat that is June and July and August. It is a time when we transition from our far-ranging, outdoor activities like waterskiing and camping, to tamer, still-fun-but-closer-to-home pursuits like geocaching and video […]