Haha, this is a serious conversation with my mother and I. Can anyone relate?
Thinking about visiting Joshua Tree National Park and do not know what to expect? Are you used to visiting different types of ecosystems filled with trees, lakes, and mountains? Does the hot weather and the vast expanses of land deter you from visiting?
I agreed to go on a full day of hiking with some of THE most badass gals from Girls Who Hike. In my opinion, at least. Read More
[Featured on Girls Who Hike’s blog]
If you are reading this now, you may be curious about how a person obtains a permit to hike and camp for the infamous blue-green waters of Havasupai that are ALL OVER social media. How does one achieve such coveted slips of paper for the ultimate paradise experience? Read More
I want my first post post-TCT to be about the scariest thing imaginable….the hiking buddy you never met before.
Yes. I posted about my trip on FB (so I would not have to go alone) and a random girl committed to the whole trip from Day 1. It kind of took me aback because I didn’t not expect that and because now I had a whole other slew of new things to consider. For instance, I don’t know this girl. AT all. What if we don’t get along? What if that ruins the trip? What if she is this crazy person who has no business hiking? What if she ruins this special trip of mine? Plus, my coworkers wouldquestion it as well causing more doubt in my mind. Read More
1. Be the better person and tell him you will still be friends no matter what. You can’t live without his friendship and you will just suck it up.
2. Chew him out. Your feelings caught up with you and now you’re in this blinding hurting rage. But this is okay because you’re working through your emotions. Don’t be an asshole, but stand your ground. No one else is going to stand up for you except you. Read More
Not going to lie, I am having major and minor anxiety about this trip. Read More