Hi friends! Matt and I are traveling back to DC today after a wonderful week and a half western Canada hiking extravaganza! Our trip went by way too quickly – we’re sad it’s over already!
You guys weren’t kidding when you said that area of the country is beautiful. Beyond beautiful – we had the best time exploring the Canadian Rockies (and Vancouver)!
I’ll be spending the plane rides today catching up on emails and editing photos (I took approximately 4 million) and will be back tomorrow to resume normal posting. I’m trying to figure out how much detail to share about the trip – I was originally planning to do 3 large recaps (one from each portion of the trip – Banff, Jasper, and Vancouver), but I have so many photos and we did so much that I thought the posts would be too massive.
So – the new plan is to do a series of shorter, more specific highlight posts but to share the posts over the next month interspersed with my usual content (rather than all right away). What do you think? Anything in particular you’d like to know/hear about from the trip? I’ve had a number of requests for our full itinerary for those of you who’d like to do similar trips, so I’ll share that tomorrow all in one post for easy reference. I’ll include where we stayed and any restaurant highlights, too!
Time to start getting organizing and writing all these recaps I’ve promised! 😉 If you haven’t seen already, there are a ton of photos on Instagram from the trip to tide you over in the meantime. 🙂
I’ll leave you with some reading from around the web. Have a great Monday, my friends!
- My Joyful Eating Program collaborators wrote guest posts for each other’s sites while I was away that are both fabulous – check them out: “Why a Brownie is Sometimes a Healthier Choice Than Kale” and “Because You Can’t Take Good Care of Something You Hate”
- Also: just a heads up that our Joyful Eating intuitive and mindful eating virtual group program, which begins June 20, is now nearly 85% full. If you’d like to join us, please sign up ASAP to claim your spot. 🙂