So often we talk about disconnecting when it comes to getting outside. Disconnecting from technology, work and the everyday routine. Those are all good reasons, but I think if we're not careful we can end up disconnecting too much. We need to have a healthy balance of disconnecting and connecting with what is good. When … Continue reading #hikemore to connect
61 days until my thruhike of the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail. My itinerary is set, tent sites reserved, and meals planned. Packing will begin the week before I hit the trail. So what is left to prepare? Good question. I continue to prepare by training. Exercising, eating right, and getting sleep. However, to be honest … Continue reading Preparing for a thru-Hike means ignoring the lies
"I want to say something in an effort to shed light on something that passes me by far to often. Maybe by doing this I can help others who don't realize it is evading them to take notice as well. Throughout day to day life we are bombarded by negativity. So much so I believe … Continue reading Focus and Remember with Every Step
Yesterday I shared some information about Rheumatoid Arthritis, a disease that not only attacks the joints but in many cases the organs. This disease over time can greatly limit a person from many activities such as walking. My mom suffers from this disease. Recently she discovered her medicine has reached it's limit, and to give … Continue reading Here’s to the Next 500 Miles Mom!
Over the past year we've grown and in the process have refined and tweaked our content for our readers. Another year is ahead for Hike by Faith and we're planning for what's ahead. Our passion for our site and what drives our content are our stories from our own hiking journeys. But we're giving you … Continue reading What Do You Want More Of?