Tag: Lifestyle Tips
If your four main food groups during the holidays resemble Buddy the Elf’s–candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup–take heart, health coach, Hayley Hobson, provides some easy tips for staying in control at the buffet table.
Oregon’s first female winemaker, Lynn Penner-Ash, now makes wine under her own label, Penner-Ash Wine Cellars. But she’s also pretty into the outdoors. Last year, Lynn and her family summited Mt. Kilimanjaro, but they’ve also checked Everest basecamp off the life list and are looking forward to their next big adventure: in Argentina—or maybe Machu Picchu.
Camping can be frustrating; camping with kids can be hazardous to your health if not done right. As a seasoned but struggling family camper I’m elated to have a copy of The Down and Dirty Guide to Camping with Kids in my arsenal.
The sixth-annual Colorado ride takes place on Sunday, September 29, starting and finishing in Longmont. Riders can choose either a 100-mile century ride, 65-mile ride, or a 28-mile ride. Registration is open and entries are available at an “early bird” price ($89) until September 1.
I was drawn to your article “Wrench Wench” about the United Bicycle Institute. I feel it speaks to encouraging young women to not be afraid of the STEM fields where females are currently underrepresented. With that being said, I do have a concern regarding the title.