To Howl Often means to speak your truth and go after what you want. It’s about pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone. It’s about making whatever changes you require to be happy. It’s about you doing you, regardless of what other people may think. At the end of the day, you are your own Number 1 and no one else can be that for you. To Howl Often is to do whatever you need to do to be healthy and happy.
Theresa Rybchinski was raised in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, a stubborn yet vulnerable
wild woman in search of the unknown and wisdom of the musings of nature. She is driven by the
desire to return to the innate qualities of living in the wild, a curious cat chasing mountain
summits and climbing frozen waterfalls. When she isn’t outdoors Theresa works as Youth
Worker in the woods, passionately empowering others to advocate in the face of social
injustice. Click through to read her full interview.
We recently interviewed MaryEllen Hackett, an artist, park ranger and the woman behind Here and Farther. She describes how her passions for art and nature have shaped her life's path, and as an outdoorswoman, shares practical and sound advice for those looking to venture into the wild.
Chelsea has a thirst for adventure, a deep passion to get out in the wild, dedicates her free time to take women in the outdoors and during the week is a behavioral interventionist for children with Autism.
When you talk to Chelsea, you quickly realize she has a warm, inviting energy that fills you up and gives a boost of joy. She touches each person with this gift; with her inner beauty and confidence that shines strong.
Here’s her Howl Often story.
What would it take for you to quit your job and follow a dream? What life events would have to take place for you to use the money you saved for a house to walk 2,650 miles in the wilderness instead? Rachel Coffey got in touch with us recently and shared her story to hike the Pacific Crest Trail this spring and summer. Rach will not only be hiking the entire PCT, but she will be filming a feature length documentary in the process. On April 30th, Rachel will set off on a 5 month trek that spans the entire length of the United States. But what led her to this decision?