Take one …take two …and take three Okay, everyone, that’s a wrap! If you want to do this hike in Griffith Park, click here. Happy Hiking!
Category: Whatever Wednesday
Ingredients: 1/4 c (organic) steel cut oats 1 tbsp (organic) chia seeds 1 tsp (organic) matcha green tea powder 1 c (organic) soy milk 1/2 tsp (organic) maple syrup 1/8 c chopped unsalted dry roasted almonds 1 tsp golden raisins I use my lunch crock food warmer to make this oatmeal but you can make
I made a collage of spooky moments from my walks for your amusement. Hope you enjoy. 👻👀 This picture is from a hike on Sunday. It was a gloomy errie morning with thick grey blankets of clouds. I added some effects to capture the mood perfectly. Only thing it’s missing is a witch flying over
Have you ever heard the term Black Dog Syndrome or BBD? Black dog syndrome or big black dog syndrome is a disputed phenomenon in which black dogs are passed over for adoption in favor of lighter-colored animals. Animal shelters often use the term BBD, or big black dog, to describe the type of larger dark-colored
Exercise needs to be fun so it doesn’t feel like you are “working” out. You will naturally want to do it again. For Xena, it’s playing fetch. As for me, it’s trail running. What is yours? XoXo ♥
I didn’t look for them but after I started blogging about my little outdoor adventures, I kept running in to heart-shaped rocks and stones in my paths. The first one was on the Jesusita trail in Santa Barbara. How can I forget. I was heartbroken during that time so I saw it as a sign from
What do you do if you are ready for the fall but the temperature is still in mid 80s in middle of September? You live through others who has that! 🙂 I’ve been enjoying the fall through other hikers located in cooler regions all over the world by following their lovely blogs and Instagram posts. They