• Ranch Life in Northern Montana

    I love love love this part of the world. It feels magical. I will say that I have not endured a winter in Northern Montana though. Montana winters shape people and culture, ultimately forcing submission as well as a greater drive for survival. I love places where people know they are not in charge. Montana

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  • Montana Greenhouse

    With ten fresh inches of snow yesterday I couldn’t help but be nostalgic for the summer. My greenhouse was my happy place this past growing season. Gardening in Montana can be frustrating, to say the least.  It is a lot of work in a short amount of time with a highly variable return. But the

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  • New Beginings

    I think I was scared to have a baby. I was scared of all of the things I would not be able to do. Like travel. Each day I realize more and more that this is simply a new beginning. She is leading me to a more fulfilling, more intentional life because I want that for

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  • Holding Space for your Baby

    Do you ever wonder why so many yoga classes, or studios, have similar content but certain teachers and places leave you feeling better than others? This could apply to anything, actually. I believe this difference has something to do with holding intentional space. People hold space all the time but are typically unaware or unmindful

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  • Stakeholder Wolf Work in Idaho

    For my M.A. in Cultural Anthropology I choose to study human-human conflict surrounding the wolf reintroduction in Idaho, ultimately interviewing the Nez Perce, Ranchers and Conservationists. Let’s just say it was an “innovative idea” to propose to study wolves as an anthropologist but my thesis proved that 78% of wolf conflicts were human-human conflicts about

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