THE STORY Recently I read a Crux Crush article titled Conquering a Fear of Falling. I am certain I’ve always had a fear of falling. I was always nervous about pushing my boundaries, taking a leap of faith, and jumping into … Continue reading Falling for Falling
Dear Mother Nature, thank you for all that is Wyoming and it’s beauty! Before this trip, I had not been to Wyoming at all. I had … Continue reading Yellowstone Day Trip
I am writing this trip report as I sit in the Salt Lake City airport. The husband and I are on our way to Wyoming, for two weeks of rope climbing in Ten Sleep. I’m looking forward to an extended … Continue reading Quick Trip Report- Sespe Gorge and Wheeler Gorge, CA
“Pine Mountain is so [f*ing] cool that Yvon Chouinard climbed here. You get it?” ~Bob Banks, Guidebook author of Ocean’s 11: Bouldering Around Santa Barbara. If … Continue reading Pine Mountain: California Bouldering
I have lived in California my whole life. There are so many treasures I have visited that this beautiful state offers. From the beach to the mountains, snow and the sun, Yosemite to Joshua Tree. For each of the adventurous … Continue reading Channel Islands- A California Gem, Santa Cruz Island
The sisterhood of outdoor lovers… my best climbing friends… Amanda, Betsy, Danny, Chelsea, Mariapaz, Michelle, and me! About 9 years ago I had the break up of all break ups! It was dramatic, emotional, and messy. I was already an … Continue reading BCFF’s- Best Climbing Friends (Forever)!
Forearm balance. Pincha Mayuransa. 1. All those perfect photos you see on social media are ridiculously hard to achieve, and even more so when you are trying to take them yourself! My phone timer became my friend, and I took screen … Continue reading 10 Things I learned in 30 Days of Yoga
PC- Shelma Jun We are all talking about it. Some of us blogging, while others are posting and commenting on social media. Whether you find these topics controversial or not they are out there and creating a buzz. Women, climbing, … Continue reading Flash Foxy Women’s Climbing Festival 2016- A Review and After Thoughts
My blog has been fully updated to embark on a new year! If last year’s theme was ‘travel’, then this year’s theme is ‘train’. Most of 2015 I spent riding in a car or flying in a plane to see, … Continue reading New Year and a New Look!
Laying in shavasana, corpse pose, you’re supposed to be absolutely still with mindful awareness. I’m supposed to be emptying my mind and relaxing, but not falling … Continue reading The Process: Birthday Badass