Overall my first day was such a joy. Once I touched down in Arizona, I was so much less nervous about traveling alone and just excited. I got to feel the warmth from the sun which Pennsylvania hadn’t had much of before I left, got to visit two new National Monuments, and visited one of my favorite National Parks. Day one was a great success.
I was still feeling like I was running on fumes and needed to really figure out what was going to help me outside of what I was already doing – getting outside, eating well, spending time with friends and family, exercising, resting and more.
Teddy and I both agreed that this was one of our favorite camping trips so far. We got to take both dogs, explore a National Military Park and learn about the history, go on a few hikes, enjoy the campfire and s’mores, the weather was beautiful and we got to have some great conversation.
A few weeks ago, as I was planning an upcoming solo trip to Arizona, I started to reflect on my … More
I shared 9 Qualities of My Perfect Road Trip recently which are 9 things I try to include on every road trip. This post will go more in depth on each of those areas with specific examples to inspire you for your next road trip!
I reflected on trips I’ve taken over the years – what I learned, what was hard, what I remember most, what was the most filling. I looked at the similarities between my trips and pulled out pieces of what for me, makes my ideal road trip. Here’s what I found…
Then there’s the winner’s mindset. The winner thinks, “Who do I need to be?”. Once they determine the type of person who gets those outcomes, they determine what needs done to get there. And then, what they have is the fruit of that mindset. The winner is focused on being first, then doing, and then having.
Whenever I’m lookin for a long weekend trip and to spend some time outdoors, the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia is … More
We’re going to talk about that book I love with the bad title again. If you’re not sure what I’m … More