I recently picked up a side hustle as Mountain Journal’s (affectionately know as MoJo) National City Correspondent. It’s been a blast so far.
Flip flops are my footwear of choice, maybe yours as well. Simple, easy to put on, comfortable and easy to care for. What’s not to like? Perhaps you even wear them to make some form of sartorial statement.
How about wearing flip flops to make a political statement, and maybe even help change the focus in war zones from conflict to prosperity?
Seems obvious doesn’t it. If you sell fishing tackle then you want people to buy it. Logically then, the fishing tackle industry should be doing everything they can to protect and enhance the one commodity that makes it all possible, the fish.
Meeting someone in person is pretty straightforward. You smile, shake their hand, tell them your name. But what if you’re not meeting face to face?… Source: This Is How to Properly Introduce Yourself in an Email
Here are some things that recently caught my eye (in no particular order.) Clarity from Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer > I wanted to share something that happened to me. John Fall talked about the therapy of fly fishing > I am now a firm believer in the therapeutic benefits of fly fishing An interesting way to […]
Lately I have found myself drawn back into conversations about clean water and the need to protect it.