July 2010

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Hiking the Bears Ears Trail

Hiking the Bears Ears Trail

The Bears Ears Trail is one of my favorite trails in all of Wyoming’s Wind River Range. This is due to the nature of the trail and the views it provides.
After a little more than three miles of switchbacks through forest, the trail opens up into alpine tundra and hands out spectacular views as it [...]

Blue Ridge Lookout: A Perfect Family Hike

Blue Ridge Lookout: A Perfect Family Hike

I live in Lander, Wyoming, which is an awesome town with about 7,000 people in it, located in the foothills of the spectacular Wind River Range. Those of you who follow me and this blog are well aware of my love of this area and for hiking.

Recently, my husband, Jerry, and I took our three [...]

How I Wake Up at 4 a.m. to Work Out

(Many of my friends and family already know I am a bit of a dork. For those of you who didn’t already think this, this video should erase any doubt.)
Three times a week during most of the year, I wake up at 4 a.m. to go to the gym to work out. Many of you [...]

Fitness Journey Blog Post, No. 28

Fitness Journey Blog Post, No. 28

This is POST 28 of my “fitness journey.” For backstory, see Post 1,
Post 2, Post 3, Post 4, Post 5, Post 6, Post 7,Post 8, Post 9, Post 10, Post 11, Post 12Post 13,Post 14, Post 15, Post 16, and Post 17,Post 18, Post 19,Post 20,Post 21, Post 22,Post 23, and Post 24, Post [...]

Advertising People: Read This Mashable Article

Advertising People: Read This Mashable Article

I read so many articles, it’s a miracle I retain anything. There is just so much change going on when it comes to marketing, mostly due to social media, and I am trying my best to stay informed, which means I’m reading a ton.
My first go-to source for all things social media is Mashable. Four [...]

Thoughts About The Facebook Effect

Thoughts About The Facebook Effect

Disclaimer: I LOVE Facebook. I just finished reading The Facebook Effect, by David Kirkpatrick, a veteran technology reporter who was for many years editor for technology and the internet at Fortune magazine. The book is phenomenal. In fact, for me it was a page-turner.
Kirkpatrick provides readers with a pretty up-close and personal view into [...]