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Self-Care Isn't Just for You.

By Jennifer

Taking some time to care for yourself can help improve your health, your relationships, and your productivity. 

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The Gift of Walking

By Jennifer

Walking is a simple action and exercise, but it is also so much more. It can serve to connect us with our community, clear our heads, provide quality conversation, or deliver some much needed silence and solitude.

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Weighing the Risk and Benefits of our Decisions During Coronavirus.

By Jennifer

Never before has leaving our homes been filled with such a sense of uncertainty, fear and guilt. We can start to manage these emotions by weighing the risk, considering the benefits, and making a plan. 

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Ideas for observing Earth Day during coronavirus

By Jennifer

Just because most of us are spending this special holiday at home, it doesn't mean we can't appreciate and support our environment.  Conservation most often begins in our neighborhoods and backyards, so here are some ideas to celebrate Earth Day at home.

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To hike or not hike during Coronavirus...

By Jennifer

Is it impossible to find common ground during the pandemic? Can we at least stand six feet apart with face masks and talk about this?!

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Just Enjoying It

By Jennifer

The Pinhoti Trail taught me to enjoy the moment as opposed to seeking out the next Challenge. 

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What are You Walking towards?

By Jennifer

Sometimes the most effective way to express our viewpoint is to put our foot down, then the other, and head in the direction of our beliefs – without the promise of a finish line or results.

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Getting Better with Age

By Jennifer

I am stepping into the next ten years with Blue Ridge Hiking Company because I am committed to getting other people outside – even if I have to sit indoors, on my butt, and run a business to make it happen.

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Deprived Children Survive the Holidays

By Jennifer

This year, Brew and I didn’t buy our children any presents. Which either makes us the worst parents ever... or the most brilliant. 

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