Episode Fourteen: Sunny Stroeer – Formative Failure

Sunny is back and she always brings the best topics to discuss! This time, we talk about failure.Failure… is hard. It can be difficult to accept, to process, and to overcome.  Sunny, who is a professional athlete, guide, business owner, and expedition leader, talks about her own failures in the outdoors, how she’s handled them, … Continue reading Episode Fourteen: Sunny Stroeer – Formative Failure

Episode Thirteen: Jen Petrut – The Glacier Peak Century Sandwich

This is a story about a sandwich like none other... While recovering from an injury last year, Jen set an audacious goal. She took the year and planned, prepped, and trained, and then, at the end of August, she set out to make her dream a reality. With the support of her closest friends (and … Continue reading Episode Thirteen: Jen Petrut – The Glacier Peak Century Sandwich

Episode Twelve: Abby Hall on the Nüümü Poyo

Abby is an endurance athlete with Adidas Terrex who recently completed an epic journey on the John Muir Trail, which is also referred to as the JMT, or more appropriately, the Nuumu Poyo. Abby didn’t backpack this trail in the usual fashion, and her speed and style choice gave her a one of a kind … Continue reading Episode Twelve: Abby Hall on the Nüümü Poyo

Episode Eleven: Kelly Halpin – Solo in the Mountains

Kelly Halpin is a professional mountain runner and artist from Jackson, Wyoming. She holds speed records in Wyoming, Montana, Utah, and California, all on technical mountain terrain. Kelly thrives in the mountains, and often prefers to take on these massive endeavors totally alone. Most recently she completed the Wind River High Route, a 100-mile, extremely … Continue reading Episode Eleven: Kelly Halpin – Solo in the Mountains

Episode Ten: Self-Defense in the Outdoors with Nicole Snell

If you’ve ever considered solo outdoor adventures, you’ve also probably also considered the dangers that might be lurking out there. In this episode of WOTW, I speak with Nicole Snell. Nicole is the CEO of Girls Fight Back, an organization that uses personal safety and self-defense as a way to empower women and girls in … Continue reading Episode Ten: Self-Defense in the Outdoors with Nicole Snell

Episode Eight: Latoya Shauntay Snell – The Power In YOU

W. Eric Snell, Sr. (IG: esnelldesign) Latoya is a lot of things. She's an athlete, a mom, a chef, an endometriosis warrior, a body positivity advocate, a social media influencer… the list goes on. You really can't fit her big personality in a box.In this episode, we talk about all of these topics… and more! … Continue reading Episode Eight: Latoya Shauntay Snell – The Power In YOU

Episode Six: Toeing the Line With Kaytlyn Gerbin

Kaytlyn is an elite runner for The North Face, a bioengineer, and all-around amazing human. And… I have to admit, she’s one of my personal heroes. We chat about what it was like for her to become a professional athlete and the challenges that come along with it, including imposter syndrome. We also chat about … Continue reading Episode Six: Toeing the Line With Kaytlyn Gerbin

Episode Five: Finding Food Freedom with Amanda Johnson

Amanda Johnson is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, but we don't talk shop about nutrition in this episode. Instead, we chat about Amanda's struggle with an eating disorder and her recovery, and how it's influenced her life. Amanda is passionate about helping people find balance between the body and the mind, and that shines through … Continue reading Episode Five: Finding Food Freedom with Amanda Johnson

Episode Two: Renee Jacobs – Finding Balance

In this episode of Womxn Of The Wild, I chat with Renee Jacobs. Renee is a mother and wife who was trained to be an architect but decided to pursue full-time motherhood. In doing so, she has struggled to find the balance between being a mom and doing the things she loves; adventuring in the … Continue reading Episode Two: Renee Jacobs – Finding Balance