September 23rd, 2017 Our BA Indianapolis Questival Team! By: Stephanie Feller
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September 19th, 2017 52 Hike Challenge By: Sabrina Carlson
Go Big, Inspiration, Rad, Resources

The history behind a movement, brand, or challenge can often play a role in their allure. We love to hear stories that motivate us, stories that we can relate to, stories that stretch boundaries: the 52 Hike Challenge is one such example. While the concept is simple, execute 52 hikes in 52 weeks, the transformational… Read more »

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September 13th, 2017 365 Mile Challenge By: Sabrina Carlson
Adventuring After Baby, All The Things Reviewed, Inspiration, Rad, Resources

In a virtual world overrun with daring and exotic photos, it can feel like everyone is a sexy full-time adventurer, bagging peaks on the reg, and living out of their van– at least according to social media. Because we don’t often see the reality that exists alongside these grand adventures– a whole lotta emails, dirty… Read more »

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September 12th, 2017 An Intro to Adventure Challenges By: Sabrina Carlson
All The Things Reviewed, Inspiration, Rad, Resources

Let’s face it, we are creatures of habit, myself included. We create rituals and routines that move us through our day and give a sense of control. Sometimes, habits are formed with intention and other times they develop without us noticing. When left unattended, some rituals and routines can leave us stuck, really stuck. Toxic… Read more »

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August 24th, 2017 Transcending Borders: MAMÁ UMA By: Justine Nobbe
Adventuring After Baby, Adventuring with Kids, Being Mama, Our Tribe, Rad

We are a tribe of wild, bold, nature-seeking women. The joy, healing, and efficacy that occurs when you experience the biting chill of alpine wind, springy pine trails underfoot, or an elegant sunset over a remote lake is profoundly moving regardless of how you worship, the color of your skin, the roundness of your curves, your… Read more »

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August 8th, 2017 Birth Trauma and PPD By: Lindsay Askins
Being Mama, Post-Partum Support

It was enough. She had had enough. She was lying on her bathroom floor in a puddle of tears for the nine millionth time, wondering what had happened to the girl she used to be. That girl was fun…she was strong…she was energetic…she was adventurous. This woman wasn’t. And she missed her old self. She… Read more »

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July 12th, 2017 Girl on a Mission By: Amilia Brady
Being Mama, Inspiration

Not all of us enter motherhood as women. Maybe you became a mom during your teen or college years. Maybe your career was unestablished, you had a boyfriend, your life still had a big question mark in front of it with endless possibilities ahead of you. Then within an instant that positive pregnancy test changed your world. While it seemed like everyone around you was moving forward, you found yourself struggling to survive.

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June 23rd, 2017 Infinite Amateur: Surfer Style By: Audrey Hills
Adventuring After Baby, Amateur Hour, Being Mama, Fit Pregnancy, Go Big, Inspiration, Our Tribe, Rad

Surfing is Hard Surfing is hard.  Essentially, all committed surfers spend their entire lives dealing with freezing feet, overhyped swells, dawn patrols, damp wetsuits, wipeouts and hold downs and never ever surf like Kelly Slater or Bethany Hamilton.  They don’t even get close.  Yet, as a surfer, you spend every free moment you get bobbing up… Read more »

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June 16th, 2017 Adventuring Without the Kids By: Kristi Field
Adventuring After Baby, Being Mama, Rad

You have my permission to adventure without the kids. That’s right, you heard me. Actually, you don’t just have my permission, I highly encourage it.  I’ll even help you plan and pack. Don’t have anyone to adventure with? Call me, I’ll go with you. As Moms, our minds are constantly consumed with the needs of… Read more »

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June 7th, 2017 Teaching my Daughter to be Brave By: Brigid Pickett
Adventuring After Baby, Being Mama, Inspiration, Rad

As a mother, it is my job to guide my tiny little person through the first years of life. It is my responsibility to make sure she is healthy, happy, and learning from the world around her. In doing this, I have my own dreams for her: I want her to live an adventurous lifestyle… Read more »

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