Media has made us believe we need to be less, eat less, and control our diet through rules and regulation. Functional and Integrative Nutritionist Alora Frederick debunks the myths and gives us the information we need in order to thrive in our
Mardi Fuller has hiked all 48 of the New Hampshire White Mountain 4000 footers, twice, once in three season (spring/summer/fall) and once in winter. But being a Black woman raised in New England, it hasn't always been an easy journey to simply
Has your period ever held you back from experiencing the outdoors fully? Are you afraid to hike, kayak, camp, or plan that week long trip during your period? Many women accept these limitations because they’ve been conditioned to believe the ou
Pull up a chair, pour a glass of wine or tea, and relax as we talk creating your own rules for success and taking big risks.
After graduating college with a Business Administration/Computer Information Systems degree, Colleen Miniuk did what sh
For centuries women have hidden, suppressed, and been ashamed of their periods. Society has taught us to ignore our natural cycles of hormones and constantly stay in a stress zone. Furthermore there hasn't been any gear for handling your period
Over 100 years the bra hasn't changed much. Women spend $25 Billion/ Year on their bras and yet 80% are in the wrong size and are uncomfortable. For women in outdoor sports the struggle to find a bra that supports and is comfortable has been on
E2T Adventures talks women in the outdoors and white water kayaking for women with Amanda Major. For many years white water kayaking was dominated by men. Things are rapidly changing as more women find a love for the river, running rapids, surf
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It's a fact that it's harder for women to pee when hiking in the woods, running marathons, mountain biking or just going for a neighborh
For too long the outdoor industry has shown and supported one body type - that of a thin white woman. Listen in as Marci Nault and Ashley Manning try to disrupt the industry's dysmorphia about what a woman should look like in the outdoor world,
For many women the outdoors hasn't been a comfortable place for one reason - being able to poop, pee and have their periods while on extended hiking, boating, biking, and camping trips. Anastasia Allison the inventor of the Kula Cloth explains
Anna Levesque was on the Canadian National Freestyle Kayak Team (five-time member), earning a podium spot at the Freestyle Kayak World Championships, while paddling and competing in over twelve countries on five continents. She's been named one
On this episode of E2T Adventures Morning Ignite, Marci Nault, discusses the Dirtbag climbers and how they paved the way for others to live a life outside what society deemed proper in the 1950's. She goes into how while some fear living outsid
On this episode of E2T Morning Ignite, Marci Nault, talks about why it's important to constantly check in with how you're living your life and what your heart wants to experience. She discusses living outside the norm of society and feeling the
Do you remember the first time you were rewarded for winning?
Oh didn't it feel so good!
You wanted to carry that feeling forever. I know I did. In fact, I love when I win medals in skating, have a successful stage appearance in dance, rock a c
Have you ever noticed how much advice you can get in a day?
From commercials that tell you what will make your house cleaner, to the people around you helping you with decisions, we get more advice than we even notice.
Some of it helps us great
On this episode, Marci Nault discusses the hero's journey and how struggle may just be where you're supposed to be. If you look at every story ever written, and history in general, for anyone who's accomplished great or new things, they all we
What if we had the power to feel ultimate bliss anytime we wanted?
That's right. The ability to simply fall into a state of Nirvana?
We think this pure bliss comes from a spiritual awakening, prayer, or in mediation. But what if it came directl
On this episode of E2T Morning Ignite, Marci Nault, discusses how being an introvert is often misunderstood, and how giving into the need to hide away from the world can be a great emotional strength that encourages healing and creativity. Hidi
Marci Nault discusses how as book readership has dropped, and device usage has grown, our attention span has shortened to between 3–8 seconds.
This causes harm to our relationships since we can no longer listen for long periods of time. It affe
In this episode of E2T Morning Ignite, Marci Nault discusses the missing link that motivational programs and law of attraction teaching leave out. A third level of making your dreams come true and creating lasting confidence, self-love, and ch
On this episode of E2T Morning Ignite, Marci Nault explains how her encounter with a sloth taught her a great lesson, that it’s in the slowing down that we recognize how beautiful life can be. It’s in the moments when we recognize our surroundi
On this episode of E2T Morning Ignite, Marci Nault, talks about how when we take a situation or ourselves too seriously, we tend to get overwhelmed, feel depressed, or hopeless. The sadness brings us down.
When we laugh at the ridiculousness, o
Marci Nault shares her secrets on how she's learned planning and discipline to align her time with her dreams and how to consistently practice it each day.
So if you have a hard time figuring out how to make time to have your dream life, and ar
The difference between the physical reactions to fear and excitement are closely related. With this subtle exercise, Marci Nault, explains how you can change the story in your mind that stops you, to one of fearless excitement.
Every new thing
Marci Nault talks about how we're taught to task out the minutia in our lives that will never matter when we look back at the important moments, yet we are never taught to put our dreams and the passions we love to experience as a top priority.