Create Your Own Custom Sunglasses No Comments

Want to rock this summer with bold colored shades? Or maybe you want to keep it chill with traditional shades. Either way, Tifosi Optics has a custom sunglasses portal to design your very own pair of sunglasses - just in time for summer. I like these because they are affordable sunglasses so you can wear them out in the water, paddle boarding, water skiing, on Read more

Best Hiking Boots for Women: Oboz No Comments

WOMEN’S SAPPHIRE MID WATERPROOF hiking boot If you're like me, then you’re constantly on the lookout for a good pair of hiking boots. You also know, the proper footwear enhances outdoor hiking experiences. I just tried a new pair of shoes, Oboz's women's sapphire mid waterproof hiking boots. These offer a fair price for a product that will last miles of rigorous wear. Price of these shoes: Read more

3 Things to Know Before Buying a Kid Bike No Comments

Three things to know before buying your kid a bike Child Anatomy Weight Proper Fit Childhood First Bikes My first bike was a "too big for me, hand-me-down" yellow Schwinn Sting Ray “banana bike”. It was beautiful...and it weighed a TON. Well maybe 35 pounds, but to a 10 year-old it might as well been a ton. It took everything I could muster to pull it off the ground. Not much Read more

Mental Health: One Simple Way to Improve No Comments

Mental Health America declared May Mental Health Month They wanted theme this year to be Fitness (#4Mind4Body). This is because increasing data and personal experiences have connected exercise and nutrition to overall mental health.  365 Mile Challenge I made the connection early on that when I got outside, my mental health improved. And when my family got outside more often we were all happier. In 2017, my friend Kathy Read more

PET Recycling Program in Nepal: How One Global Company Empowers Women No Comments

PET Recycling in Nepal Disclosure: Coca-Cola sponsored my travel, accommodations and other expenses to Nepal. I attended as an independent blogger who is passionate about empowering women (especially in the outdoor industry). All opinions are my own. Recycling in the United States is simple. We pay our recycling management to take our containers to the recycling plant. It’s a respectable job and we’re grateful we don’t have Read more

3 Reasons To Try Yoplait Mix-Ins No Comments

This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own. Yoplait Mix-Ins are a great match for our family’s active outdoor lifestyle. We mix them up anywhere, anytime, the flavor options are plentiful, and they're portable. These three reasons make it easy to stay on the go throughout the day: Mix 'em up Anywhere, Anytime! Our summers keep us outdoors and on the move and we try 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

Female Entrepreneurs in Outdoor Industry No Comments

We love learning from other women. Today's female entrepreneur interview is with Amy from Action for Healthy Kids.  Amy graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a Masters in Public Health and now lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota with her husband and two daughters. We believe in living your passion. And because we believe in the importance of instilling a healthy lifestyle at an early age, 5% Read more

Go Adventure Mom is Partnering with Coca-Cola and Heading to Nepal #NepalNow #5by20 1 Comment

  Imagine getting a phone call from Coca-Cola telling you that you are headed to Nepal. Visiting Nepal is something I have always wanted to do, so the excitement in me was rich. Coca-Cola has important work going on in Nepal and Go Adventure Mom is headed there first hand. I wanted to share some reasons as to why we are excited about heading to Nepal. Two Read more

Zuca All-Terrain Pack Review No Comments

This is a one and done pack. Seriously. You can pretty much haul this anywhere. It can hold up to 300 pounds of gear. I’m a pretty tough person, but I can only carry so much in my backpack. This is absolutely made for the outdoor enthusiast. This bag is multi-dimensional. We used it for outdoor in-line skating. It held our gear and the adjustable cup holders were Read more

Spring Snowshoe Adventures No Comments

Have you ever experienced the beauty and serenity of snowshoeing in Spring with your kids? It’s easy to forget there’s still snow up in the mountains and when it's sunny in the valley your kids will love frolicking in the snow in the canyon. It's kind of a magical contrast. We like to go to Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons. But most canyons wills till have snow Read more

Christmas in Color 1 Comment

Utah Lights Utah Lights A local company in Utah called Animated Color has created an outdoor Christmas light display in Kearns, Utah. This is a mile long display of all over 1 million LED lights set to music. When you enter they tell you which channel to turn your station to and you listen to music coordinated to the lights. See the lights in Utah! A Parents Read more