Zombies and Baby Farts

Zombies and Baby Farts – Our Battle with the 4 Month Sleep Regression 4 months and 10 days! We had 4 months and 10 days of (relatively) restful sleep before our little angel baby decided to go demonic on us on a nightly basis!  Sure, Kinley had always been dealing with night waking (waking up…

Christmas as Travelers

Christmas as Travelers Christmas time brings nostalgia to all of us.  Fond memories of Christmas Eve’s spent anxiously awaiting Santa.  Tearing through wrapping paper, rabid for the next toy or ugly sweater neatly tucked into a flimsy cardboard box.  We all have our favorites.  El and I have ours too. Our First Christmas Our first…

Gear Review: BOB Revolution Pro Running Stroller

Gear Review: BOB Revolution Pro Running Stroller As far as new parents go, we were serious procrastinators when it came to purchasing a baby running stroller. “We’ll just carry her”, we thought, and we requested a Ergo Baby from our relatives when Kinley was born (it’s amazing!). Although we had heard great things about running…

Running Red River Gorge, KY

Ultra Marathon Training Begins

Ultra Marathon Training Begins Staying Fit While on Contract This past weekend, Steve and I began training for an ultra marathon coming up in February.  And by that, I mean that we finally pieced together two days of back-to-back running with each other for the first time since before leaving Durango (Kinley was 5 weeks…

The Travelers Anthem

The Travelers Anthem “A-a-aye, I’m on vacation Every single day ’cause I love my occupation..” The bouncy reggae beat is a stark contrast to the drab and dingy semi-lifeless feel of the nursing home hallways.  In the facility that I am currently working, nearly every member of the rehab team spends a hefty portion of…

Blue Lakes

Traveling with a Baby: The First 3 Months

Traveling with a Baby: The First 3 Months In this post I’d like to share a bit of what we, idiot novice parents, have learned during the past few months, and given that we tend to live a more minimalist lifestyle, what gear (baby stuff) we have found is worth bringing along for the adventure.…

High in the Sierras hiking the JMT

Top 5 Misconceptions of Travel Therapy

Top 5 Misconceptions of Travel Therapy As interest in travel therapy grows so too does the tales of its pros and cons.  In this post we will breakdown the top 5 misconceptions of travel therapy and travel therapists.  1. Assignments or Placements One of the main focal points of this site has been, and always…

Denali on the horizon

Travelers as Leaders

Travelers as Leaders Why and How Travelers can be Leaders “Oh, you’re a Travel therapist…” – the words dripping with so much disrespect that they are bordering disdain.  Plunk. We have been categorized and judged, dropped into the mental bucket labeled “just another traveler” and cast aside.  This is the reception we receive at nearly…

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