I don’t know about you, but I’ve been using any excuse I can to get outside. While I love my city-living, the sidewalks can be congested and outdoor spaces are limited. Luckily, here in New England, there are many hiking trail options, from the White Mountains and the Berkshires to smaller, local trails. It’s a great social distance-friendly activity with so many health benefits (vitamin D, fresh air, and even a little cardio!). Whether preparing for a short hike or for a full day of exploring, here is my checklist for what to pack for any adventure!
If my pup, Sadie, is coming along, I am sure to bring:
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Men’s & Kid’s Apparel Designer
Tess is the Men’s and Kid’s Apparel Designer at Life is Good. On the Product team, she designs new silhouettes, researches concepts/trends, and merchandises graphics and color to help create your latest Life is Good product.