The S’more Outdoor Podcast is based on the premise that spending more time outdoors is beneficial for our emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual well being, that everyone needs to incorporate the outdoors into their life and experience the Nature Effect. Join host and Certified Enthusiast of the Outdoors, Brett Traudt as he dives into the challenges we all face living in an online world and how we have become trapped in our own electrical paradise. Brett interviews Authors, Entrepreneurs and Outdoor Business Owners about their time in the outdoors. Brett shares from his own personal experience how reestablishing a connection with nature helps us to relax and unplug, encourages and inspires us, gives us more energy yet reduces stress, and how spending time outdoors will help us live with childlike wonder again.
062: Ryan Shauers: From Desk To Dirtbag
Ryan Shauers is a former legislative assistant for Congress who, at the end of 2012, left the working world to climb, hike and explore the American West for a year. He got so caught up in travel and adventure that he just decided to keep going, traveling to South America and later driving through all of Central America.
061: Michael Yarbrough: On Manliness And Nature
Join us on Mikes's journey as he shares his experience with the outdoors and how it has an impact in his business and life today.
Mike is a husband, father, writer, woodworker, and occasional thespian. He is also the founder and curator of Wolf & Iron where he helps men heed the high call of manful living with articles and a podcast on classic manly skills and virtues.
060: Alex Staniforth: Overcoming Adversity Through Adventure
Alex Staniforth is a 20 year old adventurer, ambassador and speaker from Cheshire in England. His story is one of overcoming adversity on his journey to climb Mount Everest, where both of his attempts to reach the summit ended in tragedy with the 2014 and 2015 avalanches.
He has recently released his first book ICEFALL endorsed by Bear Grylls and is passionate about helping other people to discover the outdoors and their own 'Everest'.
059: Abigail Wise: Landing Her Dream Job At Outside Magazine
In the latest episode of the S’more Outdoor Podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Abigail Wise about the outdoors and her journey of landing her dream job with Outside Magazine where she gets to blend her passion of story telling with her passion for the outdoors.
She talks about camping and canoeing the Boundary Waters in Minnesota, camping in a meadow of purple flowers at Fiordland National Park in New Zealand and what it’s like to work at Outside Magazine.
058: Kate Dyer-Seely: A Hike That Inspired An Outdoor Mystery Series
Kate writes the Pacific Northwest Mystery Series for Kensington Publishing, featuring a young journalist, Meg Reed, who bills herself as an intrepid adventurer in order to land a gig writing for Northwest Extreme. Only Meg’s idea of sport is climbing onto the couch without spilling her latte. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son, where you can find her hitting the trail, at an artisan coffee shop, or at her favorite pub. Better yet—at all three.
Buy Kate's books on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
057: Heather And Josh Legler: Hiking On Their First 40 Miles
Josh and Heather are the hosts of The First 40 Miles, a weekly hiking and backpacking podcast. Their family has enjoyed living in some of the most beautiful regions the United States, from the Cascades to the Adirondacks to the Rocky Mountains. Heather and Josh live in Oregon with their four wonderful children.
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