If you have followed my blog for a while, you have probably noticed that I like to mix up fashion with some really fun hiking adventures. What you may not know is that I am the least likely person to begin a serious hiking hobby at the age of 57 then most people.Continue reading “Angels Landing & Facing Fears”→
“Life was made for good friends and great adventure” – Proverb
I love this quote because it combines two of my favorite things. I can’t think of a better person who exemplifies what it means to help us enjoy making new friends and experiencing incredible adventures. Molly Mathis, founder of MoJo Active Adventures.
As we transition from cold winter temperatures to warmer Spring weather, it can be a challenge to find pieces that can work for these crazy seasonal changes. I am a firm believer that whatever I invest in needs to be versatile, I want to wear it often and wear it throughout the year . Continue reading “A DRESS FOR ALL SEASONS”→
If you have followed my blog then you know I am all about saying yes to adventure. I can’t think of a better adventure then taking the ultimate trip that would allow me to focus on personal growth, travel and spend quality time with a group of like-minded women Deborah Bateman has perfected the ultimate getaways to do just that, and I couldn’t be more excited than to have Deborah answer some questions for my readers about the latest Wisdom Quest Trip.
I first met Deborah a few years ago through a mutual friend. My friend had just returned from a remarkable Wisdom Quest trip through Italy and was so thrilled with the group of women she met and the extraordinary itinerary that she signed up to do the next Wisdom Quest trip to Russia. Continue reading “Risk Blossoming, It’s Time for A WISDOM QUEST!”→
I am so honored to be a guest writer on the blog, RISK BLOSSOMING. This is one of my favorite travel blogs! Check out this blog, I promise you, you will laugh, learn about life and be inspired to explore, discover and grow every day.
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!