Welcome back. This is part three of a three part series on the question of ethical fitness business ownership and operation during the Coronavirus pandemic. You can read part one here, and part two here, if you haven’t already. Hi again. Thanks for seeing this thing through and getting to part three. It’s a lot, … Continue reading CHECK YOUR PRIVILEGE: PART THREE
There’s a lot to factor in here- cost, comfort, location, amenities, impact to daily car time, maybe even bucket list check offs.
This is part six of a nine part series on camping, road trips, and traveling with kids. Head here for the intro, or to part two for links to all articles. Besides a sense of where you’re headed, where you’re staying, what you’ll do when you get there, and how you’ll keep the people in … Continue reading Packing and Gear
This is part seven of a nine part series on camping, road trips, and traveling with kids. Head here for the intro, or to part two for links to all articles. The United States is home to many incredibly beautiful National Parks that have been carefully preserved for wildlife and made available for public enjoyment. … Continue reading Two Days in Grand Teton National Park
time. This is a vacation, not a trip, remember? Here's what I recommend to set yourselves up for success:
This is that time where I remind you that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Truly. The better prepared you are for your time in the car, your activities, and your destinations, the smoother things are likely to go.
This post is the third of a 9 part series on Roadtrips with kids. Head to part two to find links for the full series. What kind of experience do you want to create? Are you looking for something super chill, or more adventurous? Do you want to spend time in nature, or are you … Continue reading Planning Your Trip: The Route