Stepping Out of the Woods
My original goal for this blog was to do 100 things out of my ordinary routine in the course of a year. However, due to a switchover from part-time hours to full-time hours, this goal became a little less realistic. So now I am simply going to do 100 things outside of my ordinary routine, no matter how long it takes. Why? Because it's time to step out of my rather cozy comfort zone. I will try new things, explore new places, attend events, play with art, try challenging recipes, meet new people and hear their stories.
There is no limit to the ideas and I welcome them all! Please send them in and I will add them to my Hit List!
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Author Archives: Erin Kuhns
I’ve decided to retire this blog. Not because I’ve run out of things to do or things to say – in fact, this blog has done wonders for me. Because of it, I’ve opened up my mind (and my world) … Continue reading
#37 Growing up, I was that person who watched The Price is Right and dreamed of being called up on the stage by that booming voice that ushered all of the excited, wiggly people from the studio audience. I even … Continue reading
#36 When I learned I was going to Dawson City, Yukon for 3 days, it also happened to coincide with one of their two biggest annual festivals: Spring Thaw Di Gras Carnival and the Dawson City Music Festival, which, by … Continue reading
#35 In St. John’s, Newfoundland you kiss a cod. In Dawson City, Yukon, you “do the toe.” I’d like to tell you I don’t know which is more gross, but I will say that between putting a mummified toe to … Continue reading
#34 When offered the opportunity to scope out the Yukon as a possible place to hold events, my boss made it clear I had to go. Can’t argue with the boss, right? So I hopped on a plane, on which … Continue reading
#33 Today I put downhill skis on for the first time in 22 years. The last time I shoop shooped down a ski hill I ended up being carried down by a (very cute) ski patroller on a sled. If … Continue reading