There is nothing like a big hiking trip with a looming deadline to motivate me to get back into prime hiking shape. To be honest, I really slacked off during the holidays and once I realized my trip to Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon in Utah was a few short weeks away, I knew it was time to get serious. I needed to consult experts to help me update my equipment and plan my training schedule. Continue reading “HIKING Advice from the Experts”
“Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.” —Bill Cunningham
Have you ever met someone who just radiated cool, enchanting edginess? I have and I am so excited to introduce you to Angie Weihs, my favorite Ageless Rebel . Angie is one of the ultimate cool girls. I had been a fan of Angie”s and followed her on social media for awhile and was thrilled to actually meet her at the FierceCon 2018 conference I attended in LA last year. The minute I met her I knew she was someone who I wanted to spend more time with and get to know better.
Angie is an ageless fashion icon who lives by the motto “outfit journeys are stories of how to feel empowered through style and beauty” she strives to access what she calls “the “inner giggle”, the space where our uninhibited, curious, open child energy lives.” Angie makes fashion her armor, she makes fashion fun and her energy force.
Winter hikes in Sedona can be breathtaking! Recently a good friend of mine and I decided to take a girls weekend and explore the red rocks in the snow. We hiked an area on the northern part of AZ State Route 89A along Oak Creek Canyon and found a gorgeous and historical trail, West Fork of Oak Creek. Continue reading “Sedona Winter Hiking”
During the last few months I have gotten a number of messages asking me questions about what kind of gear is needed to start hiking. The simple truth is not much! When I started I really had no idea what I was doing and managed to wander around some local trails with just my regular sneakers.
Earlier this summer I had the thrill of driving through Moab, Utah on my way back from Colorado. I had a day to explore and that was not enough time! This place is famous for hiking, jeeping, biking and river rafting. It is the gateway to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. What a gateway it is!
Hiking to see the waterfalls of Havasu was one of the toughest yet most amazing experiences of my life. The waterfalls are located deep in the Grand Canyon and are part of the Havasupi Tribal Lands. Havasupi is translated as “people of the blue-green water.” The water is a beautiful turquoise, unlike anything I have ever seen.