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The journey begins!

The first leg of my journey begins with a stop in at my dad’s place where I ate some chicken soup to help ward off a cold that I’ve been battling for a few days now. I struggled with the...

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One year down, lots to go

I love bringing you guest posts from others who are using adventure to take control of their lives and health. I met Zach Buckmaster through Instagram a few months back and I believe that you will be...

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Comfort optional

The hitch is on and the car is mostly loaded. It’s packed full of enough climbing gear to assault El Capitan and enough media equipment to make a movie about the effort. Clothing has been pared...

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New tweaks to the keto diet and updates to the vlog

In the last week or so I have been forced to reckon with the fact that my cholesterol is high and the keto diet that has enabled me to dial in my blood sugar–may be the culprit that is creating...

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Ketogenic diet and high cholesterol

I recently got some blood work back and I wanted to share my results in hopes that it may offer some insight to others who may find themselves at the crossroads of the ketogenic diet and high...

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Are New Years resolutions a good idea?

I deliberately make new years resolutions that I know I can’t keep. I specifically set goals beyond my limits because I don’t think the point of this yearly ritual is to check a box or...

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Extraordinarily normal

In my most recent blog post I talked about my travel video setup and why I wound up going with a smaller, lighter setup over the absolutely highest rated sensors and optics–which come at a cost...

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Light is right: my travel video setup

I recently spent a lot of time fixated on the decisions facing me about putting together a travel video setup. Trying to determine the “best” of anything is that much more difficult when...

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10 questions that enabled me to start traveling full-time with my family

I’ve been told in the past, “enjoy your adventures before you have kids because once they arrive you certainly won’t be traveling full-time ” and now that I’m a parent...

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Choosing a camera: decisions about sharing the next adventure and leaving room to grow

For my last post of November, I want to say how stoked I am for what’s next! Blake and I just finished a rough cut of the Wind River Project film, which is being previewed by a select...

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A housecleaning photo auction, Facebook style!

This is a short post–literally, some housekeeping. I’m auctioning off the photography prints that won’t travel well on this next journey and they could be yours if you’d like....

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Measure twice, cut once: balancing move preparation, photography and family

This is the first Diabetes Awareness month (since I realized that such a thing existed) in which I haven’t been going out of my mind with worrying about keeping up with fundraising and...

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What's new on our YouTube channel?

A lot, actually! In preparation for the upcoming launch of the AdventureRx tour in 2016 (otherwise known as my families life on the road) it seems to make sense to start building in a more visual...

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LivingVertical is growing again–welcome Carter Clark to the team!

Editors note: ordinarily I would introduce this as a guest post, but Carter Clark has officially joined our team and so technically that makes her one of our tribe! The purpose of this post is both to...

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Our first AdventureRx meetup: recap, video and a radical vision for the future

If you haven’t checked out our YouTube channel here’s a good chance to do so–because I shot and edited this video to share a little bit of the experience of the adventures had at...

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How climbing makes us insignificant

This week if you’re subscribed to the Adventure Rx podcast you will be hearing an incredible story about my friend Antonio–a fellow type 1 and a climber. We met through instagram and after...

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