Some of you like the Dirtbag Manifesto. Some of you loved it. Some of you told me, “That is me to a T, I need that to hang in my tent!” (because obviously,… Continue reading
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what it means to live a full life, and I’ve come to a few conclusions. I don’t think a “good life” is the prize for… Continue reading
For this empty trail and a perfect weather day. Now stop raining all the time so I can live in you.
This post originally appeared on Element Eden’s blog. Read more of my guest posts here! Reasons I don’t like the gym: It’s expensive, it’s stuffy, I have to drive there, it’s full of… Continue reading
“It’s never too late, or in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be.” —F. Scott Fitzergerald In your lifetime, you’ll climb mountains. You’ll write novels. You’ll build skyscrapers and… Continue reading
This post originally appeared over on Element Eden’s blog, where’s I’m contributing all summer long. Go check it out (sooo much amazing content over there). Dirt. Salt. Grime. When you play outside, you… Continue reading
Is carrying a heavy windsurf board a mile through the jungle because you can’t find a boat ramp. Silver lining!
This post originally appeared over on the Element Eden blog, where I’m contributing all summer long. Peep it here! “The mountains are calling and I must go.” I’ve seen this quote on everything… Continue reading
This post originally appeared as a guest blog for Element Eden, where I’ll be posting all summer long! You should check it out 😉 At one point or another, it’s going to rain… Continue reading
We’ve all felt heartbreak—we’ve lost loved ones, we’ve been dumped, we’ve been fired, we’ve let a dream slip away. It happens. It’s life. And even though life can suck sometimes, there’s still so… Continue reading
I’m beyond stoked to be contributing a series of guest blogs all about enjoying the outdoor life over on Element Eden’s blog! I’ll be sharing a little advice, a little personal wisdom and… Continue reading
The really, really soft kind that reminds you just how lucky you are, gold or not.