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Here’s to New Adventures

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A while back I posted some guest contributions from Jen Charette and Kristen Lummis, aka Velo Mom and Brave Ski Mom, respectively.  I had mentioned that we were in the process of combining our super powers into a collaborative writing venture known as The Adventure Moms.  Well, it took a while for things to get rolling, but its now official – our first project will be writing for Women’s Adventure Magazine’s online blog!  After an introductory post last week, our trio will be featured on the blog on the third Monday of each month, writing about…you guessed it – adventures…Read the rest of this entry →

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Guest Post from Velomom

Guest Post from Velomom

Earlier last week I shared a guest post from Kristen Lummis, the snow bunny component of our Adventure Moms project (@AdventureMoms).  Today’s post will feature our rad biker chick representative, Jen Charette.  A mommy to two boys, software engineer, and co-owner of a bike shop, I can’t imagine when she has time to breathe, let alone bike, but she manages to make it work with style.  Below is a contribution from her about how to get your kiddos inspired about cycling… First, this is not a post on the mechanics of teaching a child to ride a bike. There are plenty of…Read the rest of this entry →

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Green Hour Connection: Guest Post from Kristen Lummis

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I always enjoy meeting other kindred spirits, whether it be in person or in cyberspace, so I’ve been thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate recently with 3 other adventurous mommies on a few writing projects we’re cooking up (more on that later, but you can stay in the loop by following us on Twitter @AdventureMoms.  Anyway, Kristen Lummis is one such Mommy, and she graciously offered to contribute a Green Hour post for me!  Kristen’s family is to skiing as ours is to climbing!   She lives in Western Colorado with her husband and two teenage boys, and recently had a…Read the rest of this entry →

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