1st Peak of the year 🙌🏻 We take in all the beauty of the view. 🏔Mini trail run with 🐾🥰
How do you feel when you see a picture of a beautiful moment that you know you won’t have again?
Happy that it happened? Sad that it’s over?
Life can grind you into the ground sometimes. It can feel out to get you.
You feel like you’re on one happy path, then the rug gets pulled.
It’s okay to feel sad. But try not to stay there.
There’s no utility in self-pity.
It’ll only make you miss something beautiful right around the corner.
When one door closes, another opens.
Don’t stay trying to open a door that’s locked.
Go through the next one, and see what life has coming up for you.
It might be awesome.
New blog post “How to stop feeling sorry for yourself” up now! Link in bio ❤️
Before we squeezed three people into the two person tent 🙃
This sunshine 🌞 that’s all 🐾💜
we walked to the new country cafe in town for breakfast and then had the river to ourselves all day. my heart is so full 💫
Morning coffee on a mountain top (that’s me!)
Camping with fire permit $60
Camping food $22
One million 😁
Sometimes the simple things mean the most ❤️
That feeling when you meet up with a friend for a “casual, post-work Shanahan Ridge stroll” and get so caught up in conversation and psyched on how gorgeous the trails in Boulder are in June that you accidentally end up hiking Bear Peak. 🐻🤘🏼
But seriously, can we please talk about how riiiiidiculously beautiful the bubble is these days?! The vibrant green, the bright flowers, the delicious post-afternoon thunderstorm smell in the forest, and the long, warm days are just a feast for the senses.
Yup. It’s no wonder we just couldn’t stop hiking until we got to the top. ⛰
Hair flip part 3 💁🏽♀️
Hey, did ya know that June is Great Outdoors month? Nps.gov 🌲🌲🌲
I just wanted to say thank you to my IG outdoor community that loves the outdoors as much as I do or even more so. 🤘🏼🤘🏼 .
// #GreatOutdoorsMonth #escapetheindoors