Jill

TriggerPoint GRID Travel

Roll Out Tight Muscles with TriggerPoint GRID Travel Foam Roller

By Jill | July 9, 2021

The combination of uncomfortable airplane seats that make you contort into bizarre sleeping positions, hotel beds and pillows that aren’t quite like your own at home, adventures that make you push your limits, and carrying packed bags can all result in tight and knotted muscles on your travels. Not everyone has the money to get…

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Goal Zero Yeti 200X Portable Power Station

Power Up with Goal Zero Yeti 200X Portable Power Station

By Jill | July 2, 2021

Even though taking some time away from the allure of our digital devices is essential for a healthy life, there are times when we need them. Headlamps light the way, GPS watches keep us from getting lost, smart phones can dial up maps or connect us to others when we need help, and cameras help…

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Cotopaxi Hielo 12L Cooler Bag

Keep Your Cool with Cotopaxi Hielo 12L Cooler Bag

By Jill | June 25, 2021

It’s summer—time for picnics, beach days, and toting your refreshments outdoors to enjoy the longest days and best nights of the year. Coolers have come a long way in recent years, keeping your cold items frosty for hours and hours, but they aren’t always tote friendly.   When you don’t want to be hauling around…

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FEND

Breathe Deeply with Fend

By Jill | June 18, 2021

This past pandemic year, we’ve become even more aware of how we’re affected by the air we breathe. Whether we’re sitting inches away from another airplane passenger, in a place choked with exhaust or affected by wildfires, or just hanging out at a bar, we breathe in millions and millions of particles.   Some of…

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Thermarest Vela Double Quilt

Improve Your Camping Game with Therm-a-Rest MondoKing 3D Sleeping Pad and Vela Double Quilt

By Jill | June 11, 2021

Every year, more people fall in love with camping. Especially now, when many of us have been limited to minimal travel for the past 15 months, people are looking to get back out in nature and celebrate breathing free. And while there are those folks who take naturally to camping out, some take a little…

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Ruffwear Float Coat

Keep Fido Safe on the Water with Ruffwear Float Coat Dog Life Jacket

By Jill | June 4, 2021

Most water adventures are made more fun when we bring our furry best friends along. Their canine enthusiasm for new sights and smells can make an average kayak journey the highlight of the summer, and their companionship can remind us to live in the moment. But our responsibilities as human companions are to ensure that…

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Machines for Freedom Versatile Off-Road Collection

The Versatile Off-Road Collection From Machines for Freedom

By Jill | May 28, 2021

Cyclists often have a preference about their terrain. Road bikers, off-road or mountain bikers, and stationary bikers all care about the gear necessary to their specific pursuit, and sometimes that gear can be used across all categories. But sometimes, what works best for the road doesn’t necessarily cross over well for dirt.   Machines for…

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Klean Kanteen Insulated TKCanisters

Meals on the Road with Klean Kanteen Insulated TKCanisters

By Jill | May 14, 2021

As travel begins to open up this spring, many people are looking at a summer of adventure. For those who are called to hit the road, whether it’s visiting places in your own backyard or road tripping farther afield, the portability of meals can be both a sustainability consideration as well as one of convenience.…

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Balega Hidden Dry Socks

Pack a Pair of Lightweight Balega Hidden Dry Running Socks

By Jill | May 7, 2021

I’m always down for lightening my luggage. It doesn’t matter if I’m checking a bag or carrying it into the cabin, whether I’m driving with it or lugging it on my back. I want to bring as little as possible, weighing as little as possible, to do everything that I need. That results in less…

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Hoka Wind Pant

Bring the Hoka Wind Pant Along on Your Adventures

By Jill | April 30, 2021

While most of my travels have been based around outdoor activities, it can be challenging to pack light for multi-activity trips. It’s why I choose most of my clothing pieces based on performance and versatility. Almost everything has to do double duty.   When I head out on the road again, I’m bringing my Hoka…

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