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Find Your Path by Analyzing Passion and Urgency

Nick Uthe  // OCT. 22, 2020

About a decade ago is when It all began. I had to have been about 15 years old. This Is when I started to analyze myself, my ambitions, my hopes, my dreams or simply put, my inner curiosity to figure out what or who was behind my drive...

6 min read

Nick Uthe  // OCT. 22, 2020

Find Your Path by Analyzing Passion and Urgency

About a decade ago is when It all began. I had to have been about 15 years old. This Is when I started to analyze myself, my ambitions, my hopes, my dreams or simply put, my inner curiosity to figure out what or who was behind my drive...

6 min read
Finding The Silver Lining While Recovering From a Sports Injury

Sam Axness  // OCT. 20, 2020

The first week and a half after my surgery has both flown by at lightspeed while also feeling like an eternity. Quite the juxtaposition, I know, but that’s what I’m here to delve into. Recovery, like many things in life, is merely a process...

4 min read

Sam Axness  // OCT. 20, 2020

Finding The Silver Lining While Recovering From a Sports Injury

The first week and a half after my surgery has both flown by at lightspeed while also feeling like an eternity. Quite the juxtaposition, I know, but that’s what I’m here to delve into. Recovery, like many things in life, is merely a process...

4 min read
Athlete at Heart

Sam Axness  // SEP. 06, 2020

Over the past 7 months, I’ve been living with a torn labrum and a partially torn rotator cuff in my dominant shoulder. Although it hasn’t caused me much physical pain or discomfort, the overall instability of my shoulder has proved...

3 min read

Sam Axness  // SEP. 06, 2020

Athlete at Heart

Over the past 7 months, I’ve been living with a torn labrum and a partially torn rotator cuff in my dominant shoulder. Although it hasn’t caused me much physical pain or discomfort, the overall instability of my shoulder has proved...

3 min read
Stranded in Aspen

Sam Axness  // MAY. 20, 2020

Over the past few years I’ve come to crave movement to ease my restless soul, and in almost every situation, it boosts my mood. If I’m feeling on top of the world, I move and conquer it. If I’m down, I find clarity in motion...

3 min read

Sam Axness  // MAY. 20, 2020

Stranded in Aspen

Over the past few years I’ve come to crave movement to ease my restless soul, and in almost every situation, it boosts my mood. If I’m feeling on top of the world, I move and conquer it. If I’m down, I find clarity in motion...

3 min read
Finding Existential Freedom

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

Entering Jasper, Alberta was nostalgic and awe-inspiring before even setting foot outside the comforts of my van. For years It has been ultimate jackpot of mystical places on earth and the mecca for all things adventure. We were home! Cruising in, we were now about 5,000 miles into Explore the North project and settling into our new lives on the road...

5 min read

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

Finding Existential Freedom

Entering Jasper, Alberta was nostalgic and awe-inspiring before even setting foot outside the comforts of my van. For years It has been ultimate jackpot of mystical places on earth and the mecca for all things adventure. We were home! Cruising in, we were now about 5,000 miles into Explore the North project and settling into our new lives on the road...

5 min read
Stranded in Québec

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

What place do phones have in our lives? I’m unsure how often this question is asked especially in an era in which the use of social media is ingrained in our culture, but it is a question that should be asked much more often...

4 min read

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

Stranded in Québec

What place do phones have in our lives? I’m unsure how often this question is asked especially in an era in which the use of social media is ingrained in our culture, but it is a question that should be asked much more often...

4 min read
Jungle Disconnect: When Networking, Travel, and Passion Unite

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

What place do phones have in our lives? I’m unsure how often this question is asked especially in an era in which the use of social media is ingrained in our culture, but it is a question that should be asked much more often...

4 min read

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

Jungle Disconnect: When Networking, Travel, and Passion Unite

What place do phones have in our lives? I’m unsure how often this question is asked especially in an era in which the use of social media is ingrained in our culture, but it is a question that should be asked much more often...

4 min read
Sailing in the West Fjords

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

As a photographer and seeker of all things adventure, having the opportunity to spend time in Iceland on assignment with Aurora Arktika in the West Fjords was blissfully inspiring. First things first, we had to get there! If you don’t fly often, going to a modern day airport can feel like going to a carnival; its chaos, anticipation, and excitement in one shared space...

5 min read

Nick Uthe  // MAY. 19, 2020

Sailing in the West Fjords

As a photographer and seeker of all things adventure, having the opportunity to spend time in Iceland on assignment with Aurora Arktika in the West Fjords was blissfully inspiring. First things first, we had to get there! If you don’t fly often, going to a modern day airport can feel like going to a carnival; its chaos, anticipation, and excitement in one shared space...

5 min read
A Life Dedicated to Fitness With Mike Simone

Mike Simone  // MAY. 19, 2020

What I’m most excited for is how the training and coaching business evolves. Trainers and coaches have the power to dramatically change the trajectory of people’s lives, but for a lot, it’s a tough business. I think with social media and live streaming, things will improve, but there’s still work to be done.

9 min read

Mike Simone  // MAY. 19, 2020

A Life Dedicated to Fitness With Mike Simone

What I’m most excited for is how the training and coaching business evolves. Trainers and coaches have the power to dramatically change the trajectory of people’s lives, but for a lot, it’s a tough business. I think with social media and live streaming, things will improve, but there’s still work to be done.

9 min read