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6 Reasons Why All-Women Outdoor Spaces Matter

Women are the center of AdventurUs Women escapes. All of our guides and participants are women who commit to fostering a community where risk-taking and growth are treated with compassion. Here are 6 reasons why all-women outdoor spaces are important.   Shared experiences break down barriers   Intersectionality, a

Affinity spaces for Adventurous Women

The Case for Affinity Spaces

Affinity spaces, in a traditional sense, are spaces in which people bond over a shared interest. A chess club, for example, is an affinity space. In some ways, so is a country club. But affinity spaces can have much greater social impacts, too. Identity-based affinity

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Meet the Team: Elle Biesemeyer, Editorial Intern

Time to Meet the Team! We are excited to welcome our Summer 2020 intern, Elle Biesemeyer. Elle (she/her/hers) is a rising senior at Scripps College majoring in Writing & Rhetoric and Anthropology. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, the outdoors have been an integral part of

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18 Ways to Battle Cabin Fever

I recently came up with 18 ways to battle cabin fever when I was asked to give a virtual presentation, "Tips on Battling Cabin Fever", to the women@ and outdoors@ Amazon employee groups. The goal was to share ways to stay excited and motivated about

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Meet the Team: McKayla Crump & Bekah Kuhl

McKayla Crump and Bekah Kuhl are two advertising professionals with nearly 15 years of combined agency experience. Together, they own and run a boutique ad agency called ToMarket. The duo has created award winning campaigns in the tourism, outdoor, and non-profit sector. As two outdoor enthusiasts

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Embracing Discomfort

Before the holidays I was a guest panelist on G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 92 with two of my favorite outdoor ladies, Cyndi & Marilee, and the host, Jason. The episode is a lively and heartfelt discussion on the topic of discomfort and facing our