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The 1000 Hours Outside Podcast

Mar 31, 2022

Parenting is a journey, not a science. As we learn to trust our kids, we also learn to trust ourselves and our judgement. 

This podcast episode is filled with beautiful wisdom from mom of seven, Jennifer Pepito. She walks us through the harrowing years of toddlerhood all the way through the even more harrowing years...

Mar 25, 2022


Wide, Thin, Flat, Flexible - This is what to look like in a shoe. We need to free our feet because our feet are the ultimate technolgy and by not allowing them to be used in the way that they are designed we put stress on other parts of our bodies, like our hips and and knees.

The ground will stabalize your foot....

Mar 18, 2022

I read Alastair's book, Microadventures and then had the immense pleasure of speaking with him for an hour and we've already made some changes around our home due to his influence. We're trying to cook and eat outside more. We're searching out new places to go. We're thinking differently about our time. 

Alastair is...

Mar 15, 2022

Have you ever heard of Forest Schools, but weren't really sure how they worked?

Join me and Forest Kindergarten teacher, Lida Lawrence, as we explore how The Waldorf School of Baltimore transitioned nearly two years ago to full day, outdoor Forest Kindergarten. We discuss how primarily 'indoor' activities like art and...

Mar 13, 2022

Stories, and storytelling, are such wonderful and even magical components of our lives - and especially the lives of our children. With the pressures to purchase toys to enhance development, we want to use the toys that nature provides us as well as toys that preserve the creativity of the child. 

Drew Vernon, Marketing...