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May 8, 2019

Today on the show we answer reader questions about screen time in children, celebrate a few wins and chat a little bit about the struggles of work/life balance and embracing our imperfections. We hope you enjoy today's show.

Apr 23, 2019

Today on the show we talk about the Tooth Fairy, backpacking, our local hiking groups and learn that Crystal collects weird things and Rebecca doesn't like hiking when she's on vacation. A huge thank you to the Mountain View Historic Hotel & Cafe, Centennial WY for sponsoring today's show.

Mar 28, 2019

We're back with another episode of HLAW unfiltered. This show is actually recorded LIVE on YouTube & Facebook every Tuesday morning at 8:30 MDT. 

On today's show, we talk about loving our bodies no matter their shape and size are.

We get spicy about the outdoor industry, shopping in Miami and loving our bodies especially after making babies.

We hope you enjoy today's conversation.

 A huge thank you to today’s sponsor, the Mountain View Hotel and Cafe in scenic Centennial Wyoming. The Mountain View Hotel is the unofficial headquarters of Wyoming-based HLAW events. If you’re headed our direction be sure to stay and enjoy their historic hotel and delicious food.

 

Jan 21, 2019

On this week’s episode we talk to Mary E Davison. She’s the author of the book Old Lady On the Trail, and the oldest person to complete the Triple Crown to date! We are so happy to be able to share her story with you!

You can find out more about Mary at:

Listen to today's show by pressing "play" below.

Today’s show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

Today’s show is sponsored by: Sawyer and Deuter.

Sawyer is the leading expert in water filtration systems. Their line of products are lightweight, reliable, and require no pumping, chemical or waiting. Just Drink! They have also added a selection of insect repellant, sunscreens, and first aid kits. Check out Sawyer’s amazing selection of products at: https://sawyer.com

Since 1898, Deuter has been paving the way for packs in the outdoor industry. From the creation fo the first ventilation pack, to packs specifically target for women, created by women. Even the creation of the outdoor child carrier. Deuter continues to expand in the outdoor community with the invention of packs made specifically for bikers, day hikers, and even children. Check out their newest selection of packs at https://www.deuterusa.com

Jan 7, 2019

On this week’s episode we talk to Audrey Peterman. She’s a writer, public speaker, and respected figure in the outdoor community. Her work has helped get the knowledge and love of the outdoors to a variety of different cultures and groups all across the nation. We are so honored to have her with us today!

You can find out more about Audrey at:

You can also buy her books, Legacy on the Land, and Our True Nature - Finding a Zest for Life in the National Park System by clicking here

Listen to today's show by pressing "play" below.

Today’s show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

Today’s show was sponsored by: Sawyer and Deuter.

Sawyer is the leading expert in water filtration systems. Their line of products are lightweight, reliable, and require no pumping, chemical or waiting. Just Drink! They have also added a selection of insect repellant, sunscreens, and first aid kits. Check out Sawyer’s amazing selection of products at: https://sawyer.com

Since 1898, Deuter has been paving the way for packs in the outdoor industry. From the creation fo the first ventilation pack, to packs specifically target for women, created by women. Even the creation of the outdoor child carrier. Deuter continues to expand in the outdoor community with the invention of packs made specifically for bikers, day hikers, and even children. Check out their newest selection of packs at https://www.deuterusa.com

Nov 26, 2018

On this week’s episode we talk about what it’s important to learn the history of our trails.

Have you ever stopped to read the trail marker history information? Or gone online to research the history fo the trail/park you plan on hiking? You’d be supposed at what you’ll find!!!!

We challenge you this week to pick a trail and find out what this history of that location is. Did Native Americans live there? How about a settlement form the 1800’s? Or is it something modern? You won’t know until you find out!  

Today’s show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

Today’s show was sponsored by: Sawyer and Deuter.

Sawyer is the leading expert in water filtration systems. Their line of products are lightweight, reliable, and require no pumping, chemical or waiting. Just Drink! They have also added a selection of insect repellant, sunscreens, and first aid kits. Check out Sawyer’s amazing selection of products at: https://sawyer.com

Since 1898, Deuter has been paving the way for packs in the outdoor industry. From the creation fo the first ventilation pack, to packs specifically target for women, created by women. Even the creation of the outdoor child carrier. Deuter continues to expand in the outdoor community with the invention of packs made specifically for bikers, day hikers, and even children. Check out their newest selection of packs at https://www.deuterusa.com

Nov 19, 2018

Meet Jane!

Jane is a hiker, retired teacher, and a volunteer for a Wolf Rescue in Central Florida! Today we get a chance to hear all about Jane’s adventures, and learn about how we can help protect wolves in the wild and at home!

You find out more about the Wolf Rescue Jane volunteer’s at by going to:

Today’s show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

Today’s show was sponsored by: Sawyer and Deuter.

Sawyer is the leading expert in water filtration systems. Their line of products are lightweight, reliable, and require no pumping, chemical or waiting. Just Drink! They have also added a selection of insect repellant, sunscreens, and first aid kits. Check out Sawyer’s amazing selection of products at: https://sawyer.com

Since 1898, Deuter has been paving the way for packs in the outdoor industry. From the creation fo the first ventilation pack, to packs specifically target for women, created by women. Even the creation of the outdoor child carrier. Deuter continues to expand in the outdoor community with the invention of packs made specifically for bikers, day hikers, and even children. Check out their newest selection of packs at https://www.deuterusa.com

Oct 2, 2018

Today on the podcast we talk about something near and dear to my heart. Those feelings of insecurity that tell us "I'm not good enough," "I'm not smart enough,"..."I'm not brave enough."

As I wrestle with my own insecurities about speaking at an upcoming conference I realized that the world needs something only I can give them...me.

The world needs something that only you can give them. 

You.

Let your brave light shine, my friends.

We need you.

 

Sep 24, 2018

So there I was, afraid of dogs.

So there I was, afraid that my parachute wouldn't open as I took my first jump out of a C-130 at the US Army Airborne School.

So there I was, completely exhausted after laboring for 36 hours to deliver a 9 pound, 2 ounce baby boy, scared that I didn't have the what it takes to be a Mom.

So there I was cuddled with my 7-year-old the other night telling him stories about times when I've been afraid and what I've done to push forward through the fear.

He was telling me about something that he was scared of and it suddenly hit me.

I've been pushing my children to try to be brave.We reward bravery and course in our house. Perhaps we need to do something different.

Perhaps instead we need to share times in our lives when we've been scared so our children know that it's perfectly normal and okay to be afraid.

The problem is when fear paralyzes us and keeps us from reaching into the unknown.

Today on the podcast we're talking about fear. I hope you enjoy it.

Just click 'play' below to listen: 

 

Sep 17, 2018

Welcome to episode 80.

I’ve been taking a break lately.

Wondering about the future of the podcast.

I’ve been bored with our long interview format.

I haven’t had time for interviews or to edit interviews or publish episodes.

I’ve thought about shutting the show down and taking a big break forever from it.

But in a lot of ways I’ve missed the chance to just turn on my computer, and talk to you, one on one as if you’re right here in the room with me.

So I’m back, the show is back but with a different twist.

I think this twist shows the evolution of HLAW as an online business, it shows the evolution of HLAW as we’ve hired staff and brought on Annie as our CAO, it also reflects changes in my own life as I’ve learned to delegate tasks more, and navigate the world as an outdoor retailer and as a female combat veteran struggling to balance the wants and needs of my husband and family with my own quest for outdoor adventure, the management of HLAW and the day-to-day operations of my ski shop.

What you’re going to see now on the HLAW podcast isn't’ just interviews, I hope to bring you along for the ride for topics ranging from hiking, to small business to motherhood and being a wife.

We’re going to open up our content to so much more and really share a lot more of our successes and our struggles. Sometimes it’ll be me talking about what I learned this week, sometimes this show will be a mix of short interviews, we might do some long form interviews too.

We’re finding the courage to be authentic here. We’re finding the courage to change and adapt and hopefully you’ll stick around.

Today on the show we’re talking about failure.

And why it's an option.

Episode 80 is sponsored by Deuter, they are a proud partner of HLAW and sponsoring our upcoming Take Your Daughter On A Hike Day and Outdoor Woman retreat. Other retreat sponsors include Rx bars, Noso patches, and Kula cloth.

The HLAW podcast is funded by our members. To show your support for the show visit us at patreon.com/hikelikeawoman.

Upcoming events for HLAW include  the Outdoor Woman Retreat October 19-21st, Take Your Daughter On A Hike day on October 20th and chances are that your local hiking group is planning an adventure for you right now. Learn more at https://hikelikeawoman.net/hike-with-us/

 

Jul 15, 2018

Hi Friends,

Rebecca here with a big announcement.

I quit.

It's hard to quit something that you start, so I guess I'm not really quitting I'm just stepping down to hand the reigns of Hike Like A Woman leadership off to someone new.  Someone with passion and motivation, someone with new ideas and who has the time and drive to lead our staff and Ambassadors. That person will be our Chief Adventure Officer and I'll let you know who she is on August 1st.

Now I'm still going to be doing our weekly podcast but there will be a new woman making decisions and working hard behind the scenes to serve the Hike Like A Woman community. I have a pretty good idea who this woman is going to be and I think she'll take HLAW in a direction of continued radness.

So this isn't a farewell podcast episode, rather it's an explanation of events in my life that have triggered the decision to step down and play less of a leadership role in HLAW.

I hope you'll listen to it and know how much this community has and will always mean to me.

Enjoy!


Today’s show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

If you haven’t joined our newsletter list be sure to check it out by clicking this link.


Today’s show is sponsored by Green Turtle Bay Resort. 

For over 30 years Green Turtle Bay Resort has been the place where you can experience the best of Western Kentucky.
 
Amenities at Green Turtle Bay include: Rental vacation condos from 1 to 4 bedroom units, Conference Center for up to 150 guests, Jade & Earth Spa, full service marina with 500+ wet slips and transient slips, laundry & restroom facilities, Dry Stack storage with 200+ dry bays, Green Turtle Bay Yacht Sales, Green Turtle Bay Boat Works, a full service boat yard, GTB Ship’s Store with nautical and resort wear and marine accessories, maps and charts, Commonwealth Yacht Club dining facility for members and Resort guests, Dockers Bayside Grille for breakfast and lunch open to everyone, GTB Health Club with indoor pool and exercise and fun events all year long!
 
If you’re headed to Western Kentucky be sure to check out Green Turtle Bay.

 

 

Jul 8, 2018

Meet Mara.

Actually you probably already know Mara by now.

She was a 2016-2017 HLAW Ambassador and is now our editor. She's responsible for every single blog post you see here. 

She does a great job and I don't think her (or pay her) nearly enough.

Today on the show Mara and I chat about everything from Arkansas, cross-country road trips, fitting in, hiking, rollerskating and so much more. 

I'm honored to have her on the show today and I hope you enjoy our conversation.

 

Find Mara here:

Today's show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

If you haven't joined our newsletter list be sure to check it out by clicking this link.


Today's show is sponsored by Green Turtle Bay Resort. 

For over 30 years Green Turtle Bay Resort has been the place where you can experience the best of Western Kentucky.
 
Amenities at Green Turtle Bay include: Rental vacation condos from 1 to 4 bedroom units, Conference Center for up to 150 guests, Jade & Earth Spa, full service marina with 500+ wet slips and transient slips, laundry & restroom facilities, Dry Stack storage with 200+ dry bays, Green Turtle Bay Yacht Sales, Green Turtle Bay Boat Works, a full service boat yard, GTB Ship's Store with nautical and resort wear and marine accessories, maps and charts, Commonwealth Yacht Club dining facility for members and Resort guests, Dockers Bayside Grille for breakfast and lunch open to everyone, GTB Health Club with indoor pool and exercise and fun events all year long!
 
If you're headed to Western Kentucky be sure to check out Green Turtle Bay.
 
 
Jun 30, 2018

Meet Alyssa.

She's in high school.

She's a mountain biker.

She's a Nordic skier.

She just started her own small business making rad headbands.

Her advice to all of us is to give young entrepreneurs a chance.

I'm honored to have her on the show today and to carry her products in my store so if you're in downtown Laramie, Wyoming come check them out!

I hope you enjoy our conversation! Just click play below to listen:  

Find Alyssa here:

Today's show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

If you haven't joined our newsletter list be sure to check it out by clicking this link.

Today's show is sponsored by Green Turtle Bay Resort. 

For over 30 years Green Turtle Bay Resort has been the place where you can experience the best of Western Kentucky.
 
Amenities at Green Turtle Bay include: Rental vacation condos from 1 to 4 bedroom units, Conference Center for up to 150 guests, Jade & Earth Spa, full service marina with 500+ wet slips and transient slips, laundry & restroom facilities, Dry Stack storage with 200+ dry bays, Green Turtle Bay Yacht Sales, Green Turtle Bay Boat Works, a full service boat yard, GTB Ship's Store with nautical and resort wear and marine accessories, maps and charts, Commonwealth Yacht Club dining facility for members and Resort guests, Dockers Bayside Grille for breakfast and lunch open to everyone, GTB Health Club with indoor pool and exercise and fun events all year long!
 
If you're headed to Western Kentucky be sure to check out Green Turtle Bay.

 

Jun 23, 2018

Way back in February I was laid up for a few weeks with an unexpected surgery.

Naturally, I had to binge watch Season 29 of The Amazing Race.

While watching the show I was instantly inspired by Becca Droz. She had two braids and a permanent smile on her face for the entire race.

What’s not to like?

But, the more I learned about Becca the more I realized that I needed to have her on the podcast because I believe that she can inspire the masses.

So, I shot her an email, she obliged and I’m super stoked to share her interview with her today.

I hope you enjoy our conversation! Just click play below to listen:

  • 7:30 Being on The Amazing Race with a complete stranger as a partner
  • 10:30 The hardest parts of The Amazing Race
  • 17:00 On climbing 
  • 12:00 Who inspires Becca
  • 25:00 The importance of solo adventure
  • 30:00 Becca beatboxes for us!
  • 35:00 Funstoppables
  • 41:00 Beat Box Gone Wild

Find Becca here:

 

 

Jun 16, 2018

Cheryl Strayed is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir Wild, and the New York Times best-selling books Brave Enough and Tiny Beautiful Things and the novel, Torch. She is also co-host of the Dear Sugars podcast and advice column.

She is an author, wife, mom, hiker, activist, world traveler and today we are honored to have her as a guest on the Hike Like A Woman podcast.

Today we talk about her experience on the Pacific Crest Trail, the book Wild and so much more.

I hope you enjoy our conversation.

  • 3:40 Rebecca's big confession
  • 7:00 On being vulnerable
  • 8:40 How to deal with a critic
  • 13:00 Alone in a room with a big, big pack
  • 19:00 The success of the book Wild
  • 22:00 I love you
  • 24:00 What the PCT taught Cheryl
  • 26:00 Calculated risk
  • 29:00 The death of Charlotte Fox
  • 33:00 Following dreams despite financial hardship
  • 38:00 Squashing negative thoughts
  • 40:00 How to tackle the MF shit out of life
  • 43:00 Teaching her kids about sex and their bodies
  • 48:00 The importance of telling stories
  • 49:00 The best thing Wild did for the outdoor community

 

Today's show was funded by the Hike Like A Woman members. To support the show join our Patreon community. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

To learn more about Hike Like A Woman visit our website here: https://hikelikeawoman.net/

May 7, 2018

Welcome to episode 074 of the Hike Like A Woman podcast.

This episode is a little unusual.

I mean, this is HLAW so things are always unusual ;)

Today Rebecca spends a few minutes answering reader questions and she talks all about her new store, Basecamp in beautiful downtown Laramie Wyoming.

We hope you enjoy today's Q&A session.

Apr 30, 2018

Welcome back to the HLAW podcast!

After a short hiatus, we're back with a quick episode.

During today's show, Annie and I talk about what's been going on the past month, what's going on in the future with HLAW and our Ambassador program.

We'll give you a heads up that this show was recorded at my gear shop last Friday night and I forgot my microphone so audio quality isn't awesome but hang in there with us because our conversation was pretty fun.

I hope you enjoy this relaxed update on what's been going on the past month.

p.s. This episode is sponsored by Wyoming Tourism. If you're looking for a fun adventure in the beautiful state of Wyoming come join me!

Apr 7, 2018

Hi Everyone,

Rebecca here.

Today's podcast episode isn't awesome.

It's a quick note to let you know that I need to step away from the podcast for just a month as I tackle the beast that is purchasing a gear shop.

For the past 8 months I've been transitioning myself into the world of outdoor retail as I've been in the process of buying a gear shop that has been in my town for over 36 years.

The transition started as I researched the clothing and gear that was sold at the store. Then I learned about taxes and payroll. Then I learned about merchandising. Then I started setting up vendor accounts, learning about point of sale systems, coming up with a business plan, figuring out my finances, and establishing systems and processes to hire, train and fire employees.

My dream of owning my own gear shop came to fruition on April 1st. Whose the fool? And while I'm one of those people who always thinks that I can do everything on my own as I peeled back 36 years worth of dust in the shop I realized that I needed to drop something on my plate in order to maintain my sanity as we remodel and train staff so that we can get out doors open as quickly as possible.

As much as I'd love to drop doing the laundry, or grocery shopping ultimately I decided that I need to step away from the podcast for the next month to really focus on the shop.

Unfortunately I can delegate just about everything related to HLAW to my amazing staff but the podcast is just one of those things that I do every week and it's not something I'm ready to pass off to someone else.

At the same time, I LOVE putting together the podcast, so it's not going away any time soon...I'm just stepping back to take a little breather.

I hate it when my favorite podcasts take time off so I know this isn't going to be a popular move with a lot of our loyal listeners but at the same time I know that if you're a true HLAW fan you know that we value self care and that means not driving ourselves to the point of exhaustion no matter how badly we feel about letting people down.

So my hiatus begins today. But I promise to be back the first part of May with a few interviews that I've already recorded and just haven't had time to edit.

If you're out there, feeling frazzled and like you're on the brink of burnout I'd invite you to take a little time off of something with me ~ stop doing one thing even if you love it so you can spend a little bit of extra time taking care of yourself.

Thanks for your support.

You're all so rad.

~Rebecca

 

 

Mar 31, 2018

Meet Jessica Hubbard.

Jessica is a HLAW Ambassador from Iowa. She's also in charge of our Adventure Book Club and this was the first time that we recorded a podcast live in our Membership community.

I hope you enjoy our conversation today. You can listen to the show right here on our website, just click the play button below.

p.s. Today's show is sponsored by Just Go Travel Studios. Just Go Travel Studios helps customers plan and remember great vacations.  They have detailed planning guides for over 25 National Parks for $6 or less.   But you really have to check out their custom, vintage-style posters.  Amy and Pete will take one of your photos and turn it into a unique National Park-style poster or postcard that you’re guaranteed to love.  Hike Like a Woman podcast listeners can get 15% off by using the promo code "HIKELIKEAWOMAN" at checkout!

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Support the show & become a HLAW Member: https://www.patreon.com/hikelikeawoman

 

Mar 24, 2018

Meet Jessie Dickerson

Jessie is a camp counselor. An outdoor educator. A thru-hiker and once she had to call Search & Rescue.

Today on the show we chat about everything summer camp, to the future of our planet and her trek last summer along the California portion of the Pacific Crest Trail.

If you send your kid to camp and they get Jessie as their counselor they are in for an adventure.

You can follow Jessie @jadickerson at Instagram.

Enjoy the show!

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Today's show is sponsored by Just Go Travel Studios. Just Go Travel Studios helps customers plan and remember great vacations.  They have detailed planning guides for over 25 National Parks for $6 or less.   But you really have to check out their custom, vintage-style posters.  Amy and Pete will take one of your photos and turn it into a unique National Park-style poster or postcard that you’re guaranteed to love.  Hike Like a Woman podcast listeners can get 15% off by using the promo code "HIKELIKEAWOMAN" at checkout!

Mar 17, 2018

Meet Alexandra DiRuscio.

Alex is a mom, a hiker, a cyclist, a comedy writer and founder of  who often channels her inner Katniss with archery. 

Today on the show we chat about everything from starting a new business to being authentic and I think you're going to love our conversation.

Alex is humble, down-to-earth and hardworking and if you don't have time to listen to the full interview today that last five minutes of the show where she tells me what advice she'd give to her 12-year-old self is worth a listen. 

This quote gave me goosebumps.

"Go for it. Believe in yourself and do it."

You can learn more about Alex and Wild Woman Box by clicking here. 

I hope you enjoy our conversation today.

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Join our membership community. 

For a small monthly membership fee you can join our private Facebook page to get access to all sorts of exclusive content -plus- help us keep the virtual lights on here at Hike Like A Woman Headquarters.

Here’s what you get..

$1.00/month Supporter:

  • –>> An invitation to our private members-only Facebook group
  • –>> Monthly live Q&A session with Rebecca
  • –>> The chance to watch live recordings of the podcast and chat with our Ambassador team.

$3.00/month Member:

  • –>> An invitation to our private members-only Facebook group
  • –>> Monthly live Q&A session with Rebecca
  • –>> The chance to watch live recordings of the podcast and chat with our Ambassador team.
  • –>> We’ll mention your name as a member on an episode of the HLAW podcast and right here on the website too.

$9.00/month Inner-CircleMember:

  • –>> An invitation to our private members-only Facebook group
  • –>> Monthly live Q&A session with Rebecca
  • –>> The chance to watch live recordings of the podcast and chat with our Ambassador team.
  • –>> We’ll mention your name as a member on an episode of the HLAW podcast and right here on the website too.
  • –>> A Welcome pack from Rebecca with a personal note, a discount code to purchase merchandise in our store, a HLAW headband, patch, keychain/whistle/light and sticker pack.

We hope to see you in our private Facebook group! Just click here to join on Patreon! 

Mar 10, 2018

It's Women's History Month and earlier this week we celebrated International Women's Day so we thought it'd be fitting today to chat on the podcast about some women who have been influential in our lives and shaping our love for the outdoors.

First up Rebecca talks about being inspired by the courage and strength of a few amazing women during one of her deployments to Iraq while serving in the Army.

Then Jessica, Christina and Sarah share stories of women who have helped mentor them in the outdoors.

We hope you enjoy our tribute to strong women today!

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Become A Member

For the past few months, we’ve been struggling with something.

That something was a way to set up a membership site and provide exclusive content to our members.

The cost of setting up a membership platform right here on the website wasn’t something we could afford.

But then we discovered this rad place called Patreon.

For a small monthly membership fee you can join our private Facebook page to get access to all sorts of rad content -plus- help us keep the virtual lights on here at Hike Like A Woman Headquarters.

Here’s what you get..

$1.00/month Supporter:

  • –>> An invitation to our private members-only Facebook group
  • –>> Monthly live Q&A session with Rebecca
  • –>> The change to watch live recordings of the podcast and chat with our Ambassador team.

$3.00/month Member:

  • –>> An invitation to our private members-only Facebook group
  • –>> Monthly live Q&A session with Rebecca
  • –>> The change to watch live recordings of the podcast and chat with our Ambassador team.
  • –>> We’ll mention your name as a member on an episode of the HLAW podcast and right here on the website too.

$9.00/month Inner-CircleMember:

  • –>> An invitation to our private members-only Facebook group
  • –>> Monthly live Q&A session with Rebecca
  • –>> The chance to watch live recordings of the podcast and chat with our Ambassador team.
  • –>> We’ll mention your name as a member on an episode of the HLAW podcast and right here on the website too.
  • –>> A Welcome pack from Rebecca with a personal note, a discount code to purchase merchandise in our store, a HLAW headband, patch, keychain/whistle/light and sticker pack.

 

We hope to see you in our private Facebook group! Just click here to join on Patreon! 

High 5’s and Hugs,
Rebecca & team Hike Like A Woman

Mar 3, 2018

Hi Friends and welcome to episode 067 of the HLAW podcast!

I'm thrilled to have Lori Roberts on the podcast today.

She is one of my favorite Canadians, a hiker, and a self-proclaimed scaredy cat.

You can learn more about her on her blog: http://www.hikingforthescaredycat.com/

I hope you enjoy our conversation today!

p.s. Are you interested in becoming a HLAW member? Click here to learn more and join our membership program

 

Feb 24, 2018

Can you believe that we're already at episode 66 of the podcast?

I'm thrilled to have Jenny Owens on the podcast today.

On today's show we get to know Jenny and learn more about her start-up or as she put it, her "side hustle" -- CampRents.

CampRents is an online gear rental program coming live in May.

I love the idea of renting before you buy and the thoughts of saving money by renting instead of buying.

I hope you enjoy my conversation with Jenny today and if you'd be interested in renting gear through CampRents be sure to head here and sign up to be notified when CampRents goes live.

Enjoy the show!

Do you know that we have a weekly newsletter? Well, we do and it’s rad. We consolidate all of our current giveaways into one convenient place, highlight the adventures of our readers, and give you the latest behind the scenes here at HLAW Headquarters.

We’re now sending our newsletter out every Sunday…so if you’d like to hear from us once/week click this link to sign up.

 

Feb 17, 2018

Hi Everyone

Rebecca here with episode 065 of the HLAW Podcast. 

We're weird here but this is our weirdest episode yet.

Yesterday afternoon I was in my office trying to edit a podcast episode.

My children were upstairs being super loud and obnoxious and it was actually starting to get on my nerves.

I went upstairs to tell them to keep the noise down when I discovered that they had pitched their play tent in the living room, pulled their cross-country skis out of the gear closet, put their ski boots on their feet and were playing the game of "Polar Explorer."

Naturally, my heart melted a wee bit and the podcast episode that I was editing got pushed aside because I knew then and there that I needed to have a heart-to-heart with my kiddos about the importance of stopping to play.

This is far from a perfect episode. The audio is a bit scratchy, my 4-year-old farts in the middle of it and it was completely unscripted but in a way I like that rawness and honest of it and I hope you do too.

Can you do us a favor and share this episode with  a busy Mom who might be feeling overwhelmed with life and need a little reminder to put down the technology to play?

Thanks so much and enjoy my conversation with two wild and crazy kids.

 

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