The whole "not having to work a day in your life if you enjoy what you are doing" is somewhat misleading. Most people have to work whether you’re in a corporate office or juggling life and family as a stay at home parent. There are still difficult obstacles to overcome and problems to face. However, if you are genuinely passionate about what you do, then you don’t mind putting in the work to make something amazing.
I went to see a therapist about my anxiety, and it helped. I started rolling out my yoga mat again and practicing mindfulness meditation. I began paying closer attention to the advice from people I trusted, and while I worked to help educate others and help uplift the voices of the minority, I also worked on myself.
We Have A Dream: Women Come Together To Inspire Diversity Outdoors As Published on Evergreen Girls “Oh, YOU like hiking and camping? I didn’t think that you would be into that?” The comment came from a friend after hearing about one of my latest camping trips. It was around the time that I had joined [...]
I noticed a change in my behavior that weekend in the woods. I had noticed the crisp air and the clear pale blue sky that sat above the tops of the tall green treetops. I had seen every lizard that hid in the dark cool cracks on fallen logs where dead trees gave way for [...]
It was early morning. I stuffed a few changes of clothes, some camping supplies and plenty of water into a backpack and rolled up sleeping bag that is said to help a person withstand temperatures below freezing. I laced up my hiking boots, left another reminder of where I would be for the next couple [...]
Looking for interesting ways to vacation without breaking the bank? Try these five staycation ideas to keep the summer fun going. 1. Go on a geocaching adventure. Geocaching was first coined by Matt Stum on the "GPS Stash Hunt" back in 2000. It is an outdoor treasure hunting game that uses GPS-enabled devices. Those willing [...]