A staycation doesn’t mean a boring week at home, it should mean a fun, interesting and relaxing stay that lets you get to know your city better and do all those things you’ve always meant to, but just couldn’t find the time.
Camping with a baby does need a little more planning than your outdoor adventures have in the past, but it will be a relaxing and rewarding trip if you get it right. Growing babies benefit immensely from sunshine, water and fresh air and it gives you a chance to enjoy Mother Nature too.
Our camping podcast asks the question; can you fake survival skills? Listen to our coffee-break podcast to find out what happens when you try. Subscribe to Greenmoxie's Campfire Chronicles for regular installments in our Frightful Fables segment on camping.
Lyme disease is a growing concern as warmer climates make ticks more prevalent. We know you don't want to douse yourself in chemical repellents every time you venture out, so here is a natural alternative that is really effective at keeping ticks at bay.
Utah is full of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Here are some of our best Utah campsite picks for those who like to travel off the beaten track.
Fiddleheads are the unopened leaves of the ostrich fern. Young fiddlehead fronds are a favorite among foragers as they are delicious. Want to know how to identify and cook fiddleheads? We've got your back!
Camping is a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of your busy life. I love camping, but it took me a few tries before I really got the hang of it. That’s why I’m here today — to share my camping mishaps so you don’t make the same mistakes that I did.
With our new green living camping hacks, you’ll be camping in style baby! Just because you're playing in the dirt, doesn't mean you can't be living in the lap of luxury. Make friends and influence people with your camping savvy!