Fingertip technology at its finest.
Mr. Fixit got me an Apple Watch for Christmas. What a great gift. His intention was to fuel one of my obsessions. Step tracking. The 10,000 steps-a-day challenge has had my attention for a while now. The problem was that I kept putting down my phone, so I wasn’t getting credit for my steps. We would compare our numbers at the end of the day, and he was always way ahead of me. Lawn mowing and snow blowing will do that for a guy.
Trinkets, tips, and tales to ease stressors on your next journey.
Like most people, I was grounded a year ago. Before that, I was either a road warrior or flew for work most weekdays. Admittedly, I am thoroughly enjoying the “new” reality of being able to meet my clients virtually, eat home cooked meals, and sleep in my own bed. The fact is that I am much more accessible now that I’m not running through airports or eyeing my buzzing phone while driving over treacherous mountain passes (no multi-tasking allowed). It would be a shame, however, to put all I have learned about travel to waste so in honor of one year off the road, this blog is dedicated to offering a few useful tips for fellow travelers.
Montana has the unparalleled ability to nurture and revitalize.
There are few things more beautiful than fall leaves on a bright sunny day, unless you are the one holding the rake of course! This year in Bozeman, the variety and depth of colors has been even more incredible than usual and a much welcome distraction. Our days have been warm, the evenings cool, and we can feel the cold days of our most magical season looming. Mother Nature has decided to give residents and visitors who love the Gallatin Valley a reprieve to breath.