Would You Rent Ski Clothes? Julian Flores has a big idea. A Colorado ski dad, Julian is the founder of GetOutfitted.com, a start-up company that aims to make winter easier and more economical. How? By providing trip- or season-long ski and snowboard apparel rentals. Or as Julian puts it, “Rent. Experience. Return.” You’ve probably already […]
In May, I wrote a post about nutrition and exercise. With all the energy products on the market — cubes, goo, drinks, bars and more — it gets pretty confusing. In June, I received samples of two products from CalNaturale, you guessed it, an organic and all-natural food company based in California. Yesterday, I wrote […]
My parents have a funny camping story from when we were kids. Frugal by nature, and minimalist by training (think lots of backpacking), my parents were not people to indulge in creature comforts at the campsite. Why purchase tents when something serviceable could be jury-rigged with some plastic sheeting and an old poncho (seriously)? Why […]
Last ski season, we over-passed. Some people overeat, some over-sleep, we over-passed. We over-passed out of fear of under-passing.
This post has nothing to do with skiing. It has nothing to do with mothering and parenting. It has absolutely nothing to do with bravery. It has to do with my chair. I have a blogging injury. My neck and shoulder have been killing me. I thought it was from mountain biking or maybe a […]