Classic pre-workout selfie. 😜Tried really hard not to get the toilet in this pic especially with my yellow plant based pre-workout in my hand.😂 I don't know about you guys but all these stories of resiliency in the Olympics make my tear up. Probably because I can relate on a certain level. 😳My junior and senior years of college, I got two major concussions during soccer games, and it completely changed my life. I was told, 'no more competitive soccer."😢 I couldn't even balance on one foot let alone ride a bike for more than five minutes. But after a while (8 months guys), I got back up, I started to challenge myself again and slowly but surely, I could do more.🙌🏾 Run, surf, lift weights, hike, swim, paddle board, some hiit. I tried it even though it was hard and frustrating at first. It's been such a humbling experience. It's still hard some days, but I always have to remind myself from time to time how far I've come 🌿so I don't ever take for granted what I can do now. All I can say is, God is good... Anyways going to finish this, and then go snuggle my guy. Hope you have a great night 😗
I woke up to a blanket of fresh snow the morning after returning to Kodiak and squealed (yes literally) and ran to the shed to grab my skis. Little did I know the golf course groundskeeper lays fresh classic tracks behind his snow machine so I got first tracks following the familiar sounds and smells of the sled. Feeling like a lucky lady for the place I live with the girls I love. 🤟🏻#skidavida
March is sneaking up on us and the goals we have made for ourselves are in full swing!
Melinda Sargent (@freckled_wanderer ) has huge goals, one day she would like to summit all 247 peaks in the Sierra Nevada Range. But this year she has registered to complete SoCals Six Pack of Peaks Challenge with a group of badass mamas.
"I want every mother in the world to know that she is capable of more than completing that mountain of laundry or navigating the corporate world."
We can't wait to watch her journey! Click the link in the bio to learn more!
Have you committed to an adventure challenge this year? How's it going??
I (Sachi) have and it's not going so well lol
its safe here
in the little world with you
con solo los esenciales
avec tous ce qu’il faut
et pas plus
le minimum, c’est parfait
outside of the bedlam of people
the little chaoses that come with
there is the choice to engage
la choix d’explorer les drames
ou la choix d’aimer sans contrainte
mais pas les deux
valeur or ego
I’m grateful for right now. I’m grateful for the quiet, and the calmness, and for the great outdoors that is a gift to my psyche. 40/100
When choosing my #Top25 adventures, there was never a doubt in my mind that Huaraz needed to be on that list. In fact, if I had a top 5 list, it would be on that list too. Why? Because it was the most challenging, inspiring, heart-pumping, breath-taking hike of my life. 15/10 would do again 😍
Looking at my feed recently, I realized that I only post when I’m feeling overwhelmingly grateful and need to let some of it out. I worried that it was too much of the same shit. The more I thought about it though, I realized that right now, the more we can share good vibes, the little moments of happiness and those deep connections with humans/nature in any form, the more good there is in the world. And we need all the good we can get. So, humans (and maybe bots) on the other side of these tiny screens–thank you for existing and connecting with me. Tonight, in addition to this sunset, I’m mega grateful for y’all.
Snaaaaaaacks! My girlfriend and I have this saying “bars for days” when we travel. It means likely the first day of travel (especially international) all we eat are power bars due to many factors like time-change and convenience. It’s crucial for me to travel with power bars to ensure I don’t get ‘hangry’. I can easily eat five bars during one travel day. @wolosnacks have designed bars specifically catering to travelers and vacationers with clever packaging and tasty flavors. My flavor of choice is cocoa crunch and now I don’t jetset without a few. Let’s be honest, they also make a great treat after snorkeling in Hawaii too. www.wolosnacks.com
When I'm at home coming up with what I want my next adventure to be, instead of thinking of all the reasons not to go. (I'm tired, I'm broke, I have errands to run) I think of all the reasons to go! Do what you have to do to make it work because this life is too short for anything else. Who knows what tomorrow will bring or if it will even come. Don't waste it.
Standing on the edge of something new, debating if you should take the leap.... do it. Seriously, stop thinking (or in my case overthinking) & just go for it. Whether it be a new career, a new activity, a move or a new relationship. If the only thing holding you back is fear of the what if ... then ask yourself this, what if I don't?
I think one of the things I love most about outdoor adventuring is I am constantly pushing my edge. I'm trying new things, I'm pushing myself physically and emotionally and I'm testing my boundaries. And damn does it feel good. Yes, sometimes I stand on the edge debating but I always (usually) jump in. I'd be lying if I said I didn't cry hysterically rock climbing outdoors the first time. But when all is said and done, I feel like a badass for each and every new activity, slope or route I take. Each time I push myself, my belief in myself kicks up a notch. Who doesn't need a little more belief in themselves? #kmholistichhealth#girlgetoutside#cirque