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Summer Must Have Gear 2022

Summer Must Have Gear 2022

HELLO SUMMER! I've been yearning for summer since January have you? Though summer doesn't officially start for another 20 days, you can gear up now with all the clothing and supplies you need to make the most of your summer adventures.* This post contains affiliate...

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75 Holiday Gift Ideas for Everyone

75 Holiday Gift Ideas for Everyone

It's that time guys! Need some fabulous gift ideas for your holiday shopping? Below you will find holiday gift ideas for everyone on your list. Here are some of my favorite gifts for travelers, fishing gifts, gifts for hikers, skiing gifts, biking gifts, foodie gifts,...

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How to Dress like Yellowstone Characters UPDATED

How to Dress like Yellowstone Characters UPDATED

[Note: This post is continually updated. Check back if you are looking for something that you don't see here yet and let us know in the comments.] Are you watching the show Yellowstone? If not, you have something awesome to discover, I haven't been this entertained in...

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Camp Chef Pro 60X Review: Ultimate Foodie Camp Stove

Camp Chef Pro 60X Review: Ultimate Foodie Camp Stove

If you are a foodie that likes to camp and be outside, I have the perfect outdoor cooking system for you. It's the Camp Chef Pro 60X and it can do just about anything. I've been using it for about three weeks and I'm in LOVE with this stove and wondering how I've done...

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Camping Gear that Doubles as Emergency Preparedness

Camping Gear that Doubles as Emergency Preparedness

One great thing about being a camper is that you are automatically equipped for emergency preparedness to some extent. It's like a two for one, you buy gear knowing it will be fun and useful while camping and that it will also serve you should times get tough. I have...

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Easy Last Minute Gifts: BOOKS

Easy Last Minute Gifts: BOOKS

Click HERE to read my 2020 Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide Books Make Easy Last Minute Gifts Looking for easy last minute gifts? It doesn't get much easier than books. Whatever your recipient likes, there's a book for it. Since a lot of us are staying home right now, we...

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Smithey Skillet Review: Perfect Cast Iron Egg Pan

Smithey Skillet Review: Perfect Cast Iron Egg Pan

Did you know that there is an ideal egg pan that is non-stick and non-toxic? The Smithey Skillet No. 8 cast iron skillet is the ideal egg pan. What's ideal? A pan that won't leach dangerous chemicals into your food while allowing your eggs to slide around without...

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Minimalist, Modern Milo Cast Iron Review

Minimalist, Modern Milo Cast Iron Review

I've been obsessed with cast iron cooking for three months. My food has never been better and somehow I'm under budget on my groceries. As someone who spends an insane amount of money on groceries, this is meaningful. We've been eating fairly healthy and homemade, and...

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Easy Vanilla Orange Olive Oil Cake Recipe

Easy Vanilla Orange Olive Oil Cake Recipe

Ever since my son and I shared a fabulous meal in Vancouver at Ask For Luigi, I've been meaning to try to make Olive Oil Cake because thier's was so good. And ever since I started cooking with cast iron, my cooking and baking has reached new levels. It's given me the...

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Stargazer Cast Iron Skillet Review: Functional Art

Stargazer Cast Iron Skillet Review: Functional Art

My obsession with cast iron skillets has led me to this beautiful Stargazer Skillet. Look at it. Don't you love that star on the helper handle? It's even more beautiful on the bottom where you can see the date stamped as well. I love that retro-ish starburst, it's...

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Field Skillet Review: Cast Iron I Can’t Live Without

Field Skillet Review: Cast Iron I Can’t Live Without

You know how important something is to you by asking "What would I grab if the house was burning down?" Apart from living creatures and photos, my answer was always my blender because I didn't want to be without my green smoothies. Well that has changed and now it is...

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Camp Chef Monterey Fire Table: Make Your Patio Luxurious

Camp Chef Monterey Fire Table: Make Your Patio Luxurious

One of my favorite things to do when I am traveling is hang out by the fire pits and fire tables at the hotels I visit. It's such a luxury to enjoy a fire with a cocktail or cup of tea, I've always wanted one for home. Well check this out, the Camp Chef Monterey Fire...

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Crystal Healing Every Day

Crystal Healing Every Day

Following my amazing experience at the Wellness Center at Garden of the Gods Club & Resort in Colorado, I've become a bit obsessed with the healing energy of gemstones and crystals. The session I had with Charlene Wang reignited my passion for these fascinating...

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Cookbooks for Fall & Winter

Cookbooks for Fall & Winter

Need some inspiration for holiday cooking? This is the time of year when we're all getting ready to hunker down a little bit. The crisp air calls for spices in our food, and heartier meals like soups, pastas, and stews. As soon as the leaves start to change, I begin...

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Halloween Reads: Fun for the Spookiest Day

Halloween Reads: Fun for the Spookiest Day

What are you doing this Halloween? I have some cheeky reads for you introverts out there that don't want to take part in the festivities, or some fabulous hostess gifts for those of you who do. So grab a pumpkin latte (or a pumpkin beer) and curl up with a book....

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CampChef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven Review

CampChef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven Review

If you've been following me on social media, you know that lately I've been obsessed with making my own brick oven pizza. There are no decent pizza places where I live and after a recent Denver trip, where the pizza was amazing, I realized I was sorely lacking my...

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Cycling in Vail, Colorado

Cycling in Vail, Colorado

Last summer when we were in Vail, our hotel, The Sebastian - Vail arranged for us to have bicycles throughout our stay. It was a wonderful perk. It kind of made the trip in a way because we went everywhere on our own time frame and it was fun to go. It's tradition for...

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Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays

I'm a total Christmas person. For me it's about the beautiful lights, seasonal food, and the coziness of being with people we love. For the last couple of years, I've been away from home on Christmas, so this year I am looking forward to hunkering down and snuggling...

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Novis Vita Juicer: Functional Art

Novis Vita Juicer: Functional Art

When I was in Zurich, I stumbled upon this amazing juicer that stopped me in my tracks. I was in Zurich West, a funky, interesting part of town with an eclectic variety of shops. And there it was, sitting on a table with kitchen stuff--The Novis Vita Juicer. As an...

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How to Travel With Migraines

How to Travel With Migraines

I thought long and hard about whether I wanted to share this with you or not. It's not pretty. But travel is not always pretty and certainly life is not. I hate talking about my migraines. But if there is someone out there who wants to travel but finds themselves a...

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