My lifelong dream: to visit 62 national parks
Rising above sexual assault
Learning to be still
My greatest joys
My greatest learnings
“You will regret the things you don’t do ten times more then the things you set out to accomplish, and you’ll never be younger than you are right now, in this moment, so start saving for that big trip, take the ballroom dance class, or turn your next happy hour into a moonrise hike! Your mind and your body will thank you for the novelty, awe, and wonder.”
Drum roll please … Emily’s memoir Feral: Losing Myself and Finding My Way in America’s National Parks releases on February 1. I’ve preordered my copy and can hardly wait to review it on Brave Books. To pre-order Emily’s memoir click here.
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I had the good fortune and joy to interview Emily as she continues living her dreams in American Samoa. I found her to be an inspirational courage seeker. Often authors can feel like they are writing in a void or hearing from rude bots; Emily and I would love to hear from you. Please join the conversation and comment below. A singular act of kindness can have a profound impact on generations.You never know who you might inspire or where it might lead.
For great Book on Inner Peace, check out The little Book of Inner Peace by Ashley Davis Bush. I use several of her ideas in my Calming Practice.
To learn more about Emily the National Park Hiker, click here or watch her Moth StorySlam.
To learn more about US National Parks click here
For more on sexual assault please click here. ; For crisis services call 800-656-4673 or dial 988 for the crisis and suicide helpline. After posting this link, I just heard from two amazing women advocates who work with domestic assault, abuse, and sexual assault survivors. I wanted to share their resources here. The first is Finding our Voices and the second is Helping Survivors. I’ve written about being a part of a Tribe of Transcendence and am grateful for these connections.
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