i’m a firm believer that there are two types of people in this world: the eaters and the sleepers. how can you tell? well, i think it’s how you function at your best. i can go days without thinking about food, but if i don’t get a good night’s sleep, i tend to turn into a monster. let’s all take a minute to praise my new Leesa Mattress for that prevention!
want to win a trip to jackson hole with your friends!? um, yes! come hang out!
i’ve teamed up with some of my favorite local companies to give away a 4 night stay at a sweet pad smack dab in the middle of Jackson Hole. invite your crew because this gorgeous home sleeps 6 people and is sure to be a party.
in honor of National Picnic Day this week, Persephone Bakery, the cutest dang thing in the West, is hosting this awesome picnic giveaway with Outpost JH, Picnic, and Stio. the ultimate local flavor of this place awaits you!you’ll receive a complimentary stay at an amazing home, a private luxury picnic (where my girl Greta and i may or may not crash, no promising we won’t!), mountain apparel from our favorite big time local clothing company Stio, and one of these amazing camping stoves from Solo Stove. i mean, that sounds pretty epic if you ask me. eh hem….to all my friends and family who have YET to come visit, now’s your chance!
to enter, head on over here to JHPicnicGiveaway.com, and tell all your friends. summer is right around the corner and there really isn’t anything better than a picnic in Jackson Hole!
my gal pal, felicity, and i were having a bit of the winter blues and looking for a quick but fun getaway for a few days this month. we realized we’re always talking about going abroad, and kind of neglect for easy trips that are just as magical out west. neither of us had driven highway 1 and after chatting about dreamy Central California, we decided to jump on it!
i’ve been waiting a bit to share this story, mainly because i wanted to see where i truly stood, after coming off 15 plus years of anti-depressants. i posted this Instagram post in the fall and was truly blown away by the response. hundreds and hundreds of messages came flooding in. it was incredibly sweet and supportive but it also really got me thinking – we truly are not talking about mental health enough.
let’s be honest about something.
one of the best things about skiing and the mountain culture, is Après–Ski! there’s really nothing like hitting the slopes hard with your friends, knowing that incredible food awaits to warm your bellies when you finally make it to the base. i’m guilty of even skipping the skiing part altogether and just meeting my friends for brews and bites. we are incredibly fortunate for the amazing food and restaurants in jackson hole – it really is big city restaurant scene in a quaint town.