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We've all been gifted a journey called 'Life'. Hiking Thru Life aims to inspire people from all walks of life to live a more meaningful life. The outdoors is a place we find meaning and connection. This podcast is a collection of stories and connections with people we encounter along our journey. We also provide some helpful tips for outdoor adventures. Where will your journey take you? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hiking-thru-life/support
 
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In this episode, we talk with Christy Teglo. Christy is a world traveler and adventure seeker. We talk about her thru-hike of the John Muir Trail with no prior hiking experience. We dive into some of her preparation, the people she met, and what it was like to travel solo on the trail. We also discuss her memoir Weathered, which is about her journe…
 
In this episode, we talk with Alan Carpenter. Alan has logged 11,800 miles of long-distance hiking and cycling adventures. They include the John Muir Trail, Colorado Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, and the Appalachian Trail. His long-distance adventures also include cycling. Most impressive, he got started in his long-distance hiking career much later …
 
In this episode, we talk with Sallyanne Pisk. She is the author of the book Eating for You, has a blog, and leads online courses about mindful eating practices. This episode is an important listen for anyone who is trying to seek some balance in their life when it comes to eating and integrating it together for an overall healthy lifestyle. Website…
 
In this episode, we talk with Sam and Bill Wegert. This is a father-son combination who are two members of a martial arts-involved family. The family founded UpLevel Martial Arts and together Sam and William have written the book The Modern-Day Black Belt. We discuss the journey of homeschooling, martial arts, outdoors integration, family values, a…
 
In this episode, we talk with Meghan Fitzgerald. Meghan, alongside her husband, is the co-founder of Tinkergarten, a program promoting outdoor learning activities for children and giving support to families on the topic of child development. We talk about a variety of topics that families face today including screen time, finding ways to get outdoo…
 
In this episode, we talk with Kaitlyn Fortier. Kaitlyn is an avid National Park and road-tripping expert who has a love for the outdoors. We discuss winter hiking tips, her thru-hike attempt, and some of her favorite places to hike in the Adirondacks. On her blog Expedition Education, she shares travel guides and tips on outdoor adventure travel. I…
 
In this episode, we talk with Mark Merriwether Vorderbruggen. Mark is a nationally known foraging instructor and author. We talk about the basics of foraging and some tips to keep in mind when out on the trail. We also discuss ways you can really disconnect and be with nature. If you are looking to be inspired with some foraging tips and tricks, th…
 
This is our third annual "year reflection" podcast episode. Andy and Sarah (the masterminds, team, and married couple behind this podcast) sit down and take time to reflect upon the year. The growths, changes, challenges, and travels we did in 2021 are all summed up in this reflection episode. Take a listen to see where we ended 2021, and what mind…
 
In this episode, we talk with Andrew Steven. Andrew is the host of the Trail Weight podcast where he chronicles a year of his life preparing for and hiking the John Muir Trail. We talk about topics ranging from his podcasting career to his weight loss journey to his experience on the JMT. Andrew Steven Website: https://www.andrewsteven.com Trail We…
 
In this episode, we talk with Nina Meehan. Nina is a leader and creative thinker with a passion for creating moments of connection and joy through education and the arts. We dive into how she got into this creative field and how she implements it in her home and on her outdoor adventures with her children. We talk about how to integrate creative st…
 
In this episode, we talk with Hannah and Bliss from HannaH's Field. Together they create music in a world that is growing ever too distant from one another. The music connects people with the earth and most importantly, each other. While this episode was recorded back in May, the meaningful conversation we have about living a life of passion still …
 
In this episode, we talk with Michael Mojica business owner of Outdoor Element. This is a Colorado family-owned gear company that has gear for many of your outdoor needs. We dive into the story of how a side hustle over the years has turned into a business of making innovative outdoor gear that has multiple uses. From getting the family on board wi…
 
There's a lot of things that go into planning a hike, but is learning how to stay in hiking shape often one of the thoughts? In this episode, we talk with Rowan Smith who is a personal trainer and founder of Summit Strength, a personal training service for hikers. He designed Summit Strength specifically to help hikers have the best chance for a sa…
 
In this episode, we talk with Christine Reed otherwise known on the trail as Lady Unicorn. Her book Alone in Wonderland was released earlier this year. This is a memoir that shares her journey on the Wonderland Trail. We dive into a very raw conversation about her thru-hike cut short due to her mother’s death and how that experience leads up to sha…
 
In this episode, we talk with Caitlin Iseler one of the co-founders of Happyly. Caitlin spent 15 years working in the technology industry and now uses that talent to bring value to families at their fingertips! Happyly is an app that connects families to the outdoors and beyond with activities that are reviewed and suggested by like-minded parents …
 
In this episode, we talk with Bernie Kuprionas. Growing up in Pennsylvania, Bernie spent his younger years in the Appalachian Mountains. His adult years have been a collection of many section hikes including the Appalachian Trail, North Country Trail, Superior Hiking Trail, Continental Divide Trail, Border Route Trail, and Colorado Trail. We dive i…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Erin Jones the host and senior producer of the HumaNature Podcast. We talk about the journey of podcasting and how the connection with nature has an influence on storytelling. We dive into places that Erin has connected with nature like the Colorado Trail which she attempted to thru-hike. She realized during that h…
 
It has been a couple of weeks since our last episode. Things have been moving fast for us and exciting change is coming. Listen to this short update to find out what's been consuming us lately! Check out the show notes for links and items mentioned in this episode! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hiking-thru-life/support…
 
In this episode, we talk with Frank, known on social media as speakingquitefrankly. After one night of solo camping at a State Park in Texas, he was motivated to lead an adventurous lifestyle. We talk about converting his hatchback into a camper and traveling across the USA. He shares his tips on how to live a lifestyle of travel and wanderlust whi…
 
In this episode, we talk with Ryne and Justin, two members of the founding team at Rippled Leaf Farms. We talk about how 4 close friends dropped out of college to start this hemp farming business and their life living in a farmhouse together on 80 acres of land. We also talk about the uses of hemp, the history, and some of the misconceptions societ…
 
In this episode, we talk with Doug Sands. We dive into how he was seeking something more outside of his hometown of Eau Claire, WI. The adventure was the stepping stone to what his business Anywhere Hypnosis grew from. He shares his story of living in different areas around the country to living in a van during peak COVID times. He shares an experi…
 
In this episode, we talk to Bruce McGlenn the founder of Human Nature Hunting. Hunting has been a way of life for him since the beginning and is a family tradition passed down from his father. With 35 years of hunting experience in the Pacific Northwest, Bruce started Human Nature Hunting to connect humans back to nature through the hunting experie…
 
In this episode, your host Sarah reflects on what it is like going back to work after having a baby. Our lives greatly shifted when we became parents this fall and there are many hurdles to overcome and tackle. Sarah explores the challenges and adjustments of work-life balance. From breastfeeding/pumping to switching between teaching mode and mommy…
 
In this episode, we talk with Lizzie Brister of Jollyville Radio. Lizzie has had a love for hiking since she was a child. She’s had the opportunity to travel to many international countries including Ireland, Norway, Switzerland, Italy, New Zealand, and the Philippines. We dive into a conversation about international travel, favorite places, and to…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dan Riordan an entrepreneur, speaker, involved in multiple businesses, and is living a life filled with healthy practices. 7 years ago he started optimizing his lifestyle. He is the author of the book Signals: How Questioning Assumptions Produces Smarter Decisions. We dive into his story and how signals are connected t…
 
In this episode, we talk with Aaron Owens Mayhew. Combined with her athletic mindset and dietitian background she made her own meals for an attempted Pacific Crest Trail hike in 2017. Little did she know this would be the start of a big entrepreneur journey and lifestyle change. She quit her job and now runs a successful backpacker meal planning bu…
 
In this episode, we talk with Annika Mang an adventurous mama of 2. She and her family live in Canada and enjoy their time outdoors in the Canadian Rockies. From snowboarding to cross country skiing to climbing and backpacking, there is no adventure stopping the family. Annika is passionate about supporting families’ adventures outdoors. She wrote …
 
In this episode, we talk with Calum McGuigan about a new community platform, Shape and Foster. It’s crucial to look at all aspects of a person’s life when trying to reach their full potential and that is exactly what Calum's idea for Shape and Foster is doing. He shares with us his journey into a healthy lifestyle along with his journey into entrep…
 
In this episode, we reflect on the year. Taking time to reflect before moving forward to the new year is an important step for personal growth and it's part of our Hiking Thru Life journey. 2020 has been a year we could not have prepared for. Despite all of the dark times of 2020, there was lots of light in the year for us. From quarantine to becom…
 
In this episode, we talk with filmmakers Kelly and Eli Pyke. It’s no doubt that parenthood and marriage have challenges. After struggling through some tough years, the Pyke family knew they needed something to recenter themselves. After leaving their home in 2015 and living in an RV with their toddler for a year they found some happiness. Eli, a fi…
 
In this episode, we talk with Gail Francis. Gail is a thru-hiker of the Pacific Crest Trail and Minnesota's very own Superior Hiking Trail. We discuss her time on both of the trails along with some inspiring people she met along her journey. She wrote a memoir Bliss(ters) about her time on the Pacific Crest Trail and during the month of December al…
 
In this episode, we talk with Abby Tobin. There is a lot to know, pack, and figure out when you go backpacking. The logistics can be overwhelming at first and adding a baby brings in even more considerations. Abby took her baby on his first backpacking trip when he was just 3 months old. We talk about the gear she recommends and she shares insight …
 
The holiday season is upon us and there's no better time than now to spread and express gratitude. This time of year is most often a rush of the season. We encourage you to enter the season with a sense of gratitude which can bring a sense of calm to the season. Sarah reflects upon her own gratitude in this time of life. She also shares some encour…
 
In this episode, we talk with Emory Wanger. He is an experienced outdoors person who loves backpacking and backcountry hunting. Emory is also the host of the By Land Podcast. His passion for backpacking began in 2014 and it has evolved ever since. Not only is he passionate about the outdoors but he is the father of 2 young girls and has made it a c…
 
In this episode, we dive into our parenting journey! We became parents in October to a baby boy who has been the biggest adventure in our lives yet! This is just the beginning of our journey and we've already learned a handful. We share our experience with you. We also give a sneak peek at upcoming episodes and exciting updates with Hiking Thru Lif…
 
In this episode, we talk with Liz Thames better known as Mrs. Frugalwoods. Liz is the blogger behind the blog and social media account Frugalwoods. She lives in rural Vermont on 60 acres with her husband and two girls. The family is soaking up the homestead lifestyle and frugality. We talk about what their homestead lifestyle is like and how it has…
 
In this episode, we talk with Chris Cage, founder of Greenbelly Meals. Chris quit his accounting job in 2012 and embarked on a 2-year journey of diverse outdoor experiences from hiking the Appalachian trail to backpacking Asia to bicycling in New Zealand. He is an entrepreneur who has written the book How to Hike the Appalachian Trail and founded G…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dave Freeman. He is half of the Freeman Explore team. The Freemans lived a year in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in order to educate and spread awareness for the campaign to Save The Boundary Waters. The wilderness is a place where many go to disconnect with society, but technology was the key to co…
 
In this episode, we talk with Jeremy Pendry host of the Trails Worth Hiking podcast. Jeremey grew up as a camper and hiker and has been an avid backpacker for almost 20 years. From backpacking in the Sierra Nevada mountains to trekking in Ecuador, Jeremy has diverse trail experience. Along with his wife, they raised two kids with exposure to the ou…
 
In this episode, we talked with Mitch (Charles) Dean host of the Outdoor Pulse podcast. He is an outdoor enthusiast who has found his place skiing and climbing in the outdoors. Growing up playing team sports and now taking part in individual sports, Mitch has experienced the best of both worlds. Like many things in life, starting a hobby when you a…
 
In this episode, we talk with Melody Forsyth. Melody is a mother of 4 children and the family has embraced the outdoors and use hiking as a way to balance out everything life brings them. Melody's youngest daughter Ruby was born with Down syndrome. At first, when the diagnosis came, Melody thought this would be the end of travels for the family. It…
 
In this episode, we talk with Leo, Brielle, and Jasmine who are part of the Hike for Mental Health nonprofit organization. Hike for Mental Health organizes hikes while also funding mental health research and trail conservation. The outdoors and hiking has many benefits for an individual’s well-being. We talk about each guest's experience and person…
 
In this podcast, we talk with Sarah and Andy Emerson. They are a couple from Minnesota who are carving out a lifestyle unique to their own passions. We talk about their unique wedding at a music festival and how they lived on the road for the first 3 years of their relationship together. After their jobs changed due to the pandemic, they decided to…
 
In this episode, we follow up with the Ellis family to talk about their recent Superior Hiking Trail thru-hike. In episode #53 we discussed their plans and preparation for the thru-hike. We talk about trail logistics, how they all supported and encouraged one another along the way, and hear some of their favorite memories on the trail. We discuss d…
 
In this episode, we talk with Crystal Gail Welcome. Crystal is a writer, activist, and black outdoor leader. She thru-hiked the Superior Hiking Trail in July 2020 with a goal to raise awareness on social justice and environmental justice with support for the organization PGM ONE. Crystal’s hike was also a peaceful protest in honor of the recent Geo…
 
In this episode, we talk with the Ellis family. This is part 1 of a 2 part series! The Ellis family is from Illinois and has explored many parts of the country by bike as a family. They share some stories from their earlier days of traveling as a family and Jenny shares how this was the inspiration for one of her self published books From Flat tire…
 
In this episode, we talk with Chelsey Evans. She grew up hiking and camping and now has a passion for encouraging people to get out and enjoy nature! She has a website where she shares travel resources and camping/hiking tips with a focus on the San Diego area. She has led women hikes in the San Diego area and likes to encourage females to get outd…
 
In this episode, we celebrate our 3 year wedding anniversary! Sarah and Andy, the faces behind this podcast, have been married for 3 years. We wanted to take some time to reflect on our wedding day and give some wedding advice and insight. Weddings are a time of love, commitment, and the bond of two people creating a life together. It's important t…
 
In this episode, we talk with Anna Dutke. She grew up with a love for the outdoors, always getting outside as a child which shaped her career path later on in life. With a passion for the outdoors and a background in early childhood education, she is a leader and advocate. Anna pursued her passion and helped develop the Jeffers Pond Nature Preschoo…
 
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