Just landed in Vancouver where it’s cold and snowy! ❄️ I‘m stoked to get up to some local winter adventures before heading out on the next trip. -
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Where I go is wild, hard to reach, and I go because there are things in life to be expressed in those places. — Anne Brigman, photographer of the American West
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One of the best things you can do for social media growth is to post consistently!
It’s like dating: you wouldn’t want someone to text you twice in one day and then not hear from them in a week 🤣👩🏼💻
I offer this advice up to my clients often, but in practice I’m not very good at it either... heck, I haven’t even posted in a week even though I have a whole hard drive of photos to share #yikes
I know I fail at being consistent when I worry that my images “aren’t good enough” so I’m going to stop striving for perfection. After all, done ✅ is better than perfect in my book ✨
I’m curious, what keeps you guys from not positing consistently?!
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bring me the love I'll need to guide me,
shining deep inside of me. 💛☀️
Yes, it was cold. Yes, I need 5 apps to talk to the same 3 people all day. And yes, you should check out @roar_republic because everything is ethically made and their entire line is 25% off right now! ❄️🐆
@alyssaazar is the youngest Australian to summit Mt Everest which she did at 19 years old in May 2016. She is also the youngest woman to summit Mt Everest from both the North and South sides after successfully reaching the summit of Mt Everest from the North Side (Tibet) in May 2018 at just 21 years old.
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Catch The Ascent along with 11 other amazing films this March in conjunction with International Women's Day!
Singapore - Sunday March 10, The Projector
Malaysia - Wednesday March 13, DPAC
Tickets - www.cosmiquesfilms.com (link in bio)
Holy Smokies! Hiked the tallest mountain in Tennessee, Mt. Le Conte (6,584 ft). Took the Alum Cave Trail (10.7 miles RT) up and it is seriously one of the coolest trails I’ve ever been on! I highly recommend it.
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We are so excited for #wehiketoheal next month!! Have you registered yet??? The #wehiketoheal movement is 2 fold - the virtual mindfulness piece that goes the whole month of March and the WHTH group hike piece that occurs collectively on March 30th across the USA and Canada! Visit our website to register for both.
Part 1, starts on March 1st. We will be sending out weekly mindfulness resources to all registered participants. Each week’s topics will be centered around the 4 pillars of Mindful Movement: Mind, Body, Relationships and Community. You can except to be challenged emotionally and we encourage to really take the time for yourself to complete the various exercises.
Theennnnnnnnnn.... Part 2 takes place on March 30th when we have all of our #wehiketoheal group hikes across the country! We currently have 27 group hikes listed from coast to coast including 2 in Canada! Whoop whoop!! Visit our website to sign up for a hike near you.
We have to thank our amazing community partners (tap the photo 👆🏽we’ve tagged 20 of them - #instagram you really should expand that!) and the best sponsors ever @rei@merrell and @kindsnacks for helping us make this campaign happen! Go follow them and show them some love!
Go to www.wehiketoheal.org/join and register for the month long campaign.
Then, go to www.wehiketoheal.org/grouphikes and signup to join a hike near you on March 30th
Clickable links in our bio!
Happy hiking, healing and connecting! 💚
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I’m not on the slopes right now⛷ ..but I’ve been reading lots of new books about personal growth, self development..What I’ve found fascinating it’s a line that recommends to find your own true wealth, besides material things.
Something you usually take for granted instead of considering yourself blessed.
What’s your passion?
“Grab your pal and go adventuring”⠀
With it being half term and the ski slopes full to bursting, Anna and I were keen to seek out the tranquil secluded spots of the Three Valleys. To make a change, instead of grabbing for our ski touring kit, we opted for snowshoes. In fact it was Anna’s first ever snowshoe adventure. We packed a little picnic and headed off for a 6 hour ramble up the mountain.⠀
We had such a lovely day, I would highly recommend giving snowshoeing a try. Here are 5 reasons why…⠀
It is great exercise, in fact you can burn 45% more calories than walking or running at the same speed⠀
It is inexpensive, especially compared to skiing!⠀
It is social, Anna and I nattered the entire journey⠀
It is easy to do, there is no real skill involved, it’s just walking (perhaps with a slight ‘John Wayne’ style until you get the hang of it :) )⠀
It allows you to access hidden winter landscapes and discover untapped terrain and tranquility.