A Free & Effective Tool for Albertans to Get Their Daily Dose of Vitamin D

Alberta is blessed to have frequent sunny blue skies, even on the coldest of days. Even though we Albertans receive an average of 320 days of sunlight per year, we greatly contribute to the statistic of Vitamin D deficiency of Canadians. (Between 70-97% of Canadians have Vitamin D insufficiency!) Why Vitamin D Matters Vitamin D … Read moreA Free & Effective Tool for Albertans to Get Their Daily Dose of Vitamin D

Indoor Activities for the Outdoor Adventurer

 Ideas to keep in touch with your adventurous side when getting out isn’t an option.  Make Energy or Protein Bars Make some energy or protein bars. Use a base recipe for the bars and then add your own fixings! (Did someone say chocolate?) Below are links to base recipes we like to use from the … Read moreIndoor Activities for the Outdoor Adventurer

Parent & Baby Hike

A friend (who’s a new mom!) mentioned it would be awesome to get out hiking with other parents who¬† understand the need to stop for things the average hiker doesn’t need to… things like feeds and diaper changes. We would like to help out with this! If you have a young one and would like … Read moreParent & Baby Hike

Guide to Seed Starting Indoors

Guide to Starting Seeds Indoors Late Winter… My old friend and nemesis.  As we sit in the depths of these frosty Canadian months, I become more and more anxious to feel the sun on my bare skin again. To smell pollen and tree resins in the air… To watch the birds migrate back and watch the … Read moreGuide to Seed Starting Indoors