I’m Participating in the 2015 Vionic Walkabout Challenge #VionicWalkabout

  My Thoughts Staying active is important to me for a healthy lifestyle. Not only do I want to maintain a healthy weight; I also want to be around for a long time! Heart health is important to me. One thing I really enjoy doing is walking. I have a couple friends that I walk […]

Longest Lasting Super Bright Rim Lights – Personalized LED Colorful Wheel Lights Review #bikelights

My Thoughts I actually saw bike lights like this in action at a campground last summer and I thought, “that is the coolest thing ever!” My kids and all the kids around us just stopped in their tracks to watch this little bike parade go by, all lit up with these fun lights! I decided […]

Swimming Goggles – GogglX Review #Gogglx

My Thoughts My kids both love swimming! This year I decided to put them in a more serious swim program than the summer one they did every year. At five and six, I really need them to be able to swim! It’s a life skill and I want to feel safe knowing if my kids […]

Ozeri 4x3runner Digital Pocket 3D Pedometer Review (@Ozeri, #Ozeri)

  Product Description Introducing the new water-resistant 4x3runner Digital Pedometer by Ozeri – designed for ultimate versatility, the 4x3runner is the world’s first pedometer to feature dual walking and running modes with 3D Tri-Axis Technology (X, Y, Z plane detection). Unlike conventional pedometers the 4x3runner Digital Pedometer utilizes a digital 3D accelerometer which is far […]

Camping in Ocotillo Wells California

Last weekend we camped in Ocotillo Wells or the “OW” for four days. We had beautiful weather, no crowds and a relaxing time with just our family. Ocotillo Wells is a State Vehicle Recreational Area and detailed information can be found on their official website. One of the good and bad things depending upon your […]

Hiking at Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve

This week we went hiking at Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve in the Coachella Valley Preserve System with some friends. This was a super kid friendly place with picnic areas, restrooms (sort of) and a visitors center. There are 25 miles of trails so you have a lot to choose from. We decided to try McCallum […]

PBS Kids Celebrates Earth Month in April

PBS KIDS is excited to announce its plans for Earth Month (April) including a partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) called “Explore the Outdoors,” as well as a new CURIOUS GEORGE special: CURIOUS GEORGE SWINGS INTO SPRING, debuting on Earth Day, Monday, April 22. Explore the Outdoors Starting April 1, PBS KIDS kicks off Earth Month […]

Spring is in the Air!

I just love the changing of the seasons. Growing up in New Hampshire the changes were a lot more significant and noticeable than in California but I still love the subtle changes I start to see all around me. There are certain smells I associate with spring: fresh cut grass, clean air and flowers just […]

Family Camping in Rainbow Basin

Last weekend we went camping in Rainbow Basin near Barstow, California. We do “dry” desert camping meaning no campsites, no hookups and best of all, no crowds! There IS a campground called Owl Canyon but we like to stay where the riding is! My husband has always been into motorcycles so it was just a matter […]

Chloe’s Closet: Outdoor Explorer Review and Giveaway

About the DVD: Join the Chloe and friends on this brand-new outdoor adventure! Chloe discovers magical new worlds while playing dress-up. With each new costume Chloe tries on, she goes on a fantastical journey with her best friends! Join them as they make things grow, solve the mystery of the dry river and travel to […]

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