I stumbled upon Yonder sometime towards the end of the year in 2014. I don’t remember exactly where I saw it mentioned, probably on Facebook, as that seems to be the place where we get most of our news these days, but I was immediately like, “Wow, this is so cool! An app for outdoors enthusiasts, Read More

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Last week I did my first hike with the Trailseekers Crew in Minnewaska State Park. I’ve been wanting to get up there for some time now so I jumped on the chance to go when I saw that this group was going to be leading a hike there. I really needed the miles as, Read More

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I have been debating about sharing this story for the past few days because I really don’t want to hurt my friend’s feelings if she reads this. But it’s been bugging me and I hope that there’s a lesson to be learned here and that someone reading this won’t make the same mistakes. Let, Read More

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New Year’s Eve is a time for reflection. A time to look back on the last year and to see the progress we’ve (hopefully) made and to set new goals for the year ahead. This year, as I look back, I see a definite change (yes it really is progress!) in who I am and, Read More

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Christmas was looking pretty down for me this year. It’s an odd year, so that means that I don’t have my kids for Christmas day as my ex and I alternate the holiday and the kids always spend the rest of the school break visiting her in Florida. It’s really the only drawback that, Read More

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Newton’s first law of motion is referred to as the law of inertia. Inertia is the property of a body to remain at rest, or once in motion, to remain in motion. Some objects have more inertia than others because the inertia of an object is equivalent to its mass. This is why it, Read More

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