Be a Green Goddess

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Now that spring has officially arrived, color palettes in clothing, food, and the landscapes around us are changing. The Pantone colors of the year are Rose Quartz and Serenity and how wonderful they are; however, I’m not a fashion trend follower, so I’m going old school and going to talk about how great the color […]

5 Tips for the Form Seeking Runner

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Photo by Rafael Diaz There are a few different philosophies on running. One philosophy places running on a pedestal and suggests it a necessity to living well and staying in great shape. Another suggests running is a tool for overall wellness and training but is great primarily in deliberate moderation. And yet another philosophy suggests […]

What would we do without the valuable men in our lives?

Steffani Smith husband and daughter

There’s a saying, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’, meaning, it takes community, investment and diversity to really help create a well-rounded citizen. Now, we understand that every family’s circumstances are different and some may not have access to many people or resources when it comes to raising their children. Yet, we want […]

Fall in Love With The Outdoors

Alex climbs a tree on the Boise greenbelt during the Fall season.

As the weather cools and the leaves change, daytime hikes can leave you with a new appreciation of the season. The brisk air and the colorful trees can not only brighten your day and refresh your soul, but enhance your health as well. Living close to trails or foothills can make your hike amazing, but […]

SUP!

Photo by Ronnie Solano
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Paddling along waterways, while standing on boards or canoes, has been around for centuries, however it was the Polynesians that evolved it into an activity or sport by surfing the waves. Ku Hoe He’e Nalu means to stand, to paddle, to surf a wave in Hawaiian translation. The modern version of Stand Up Paddle Surfing […]