Ep. 07: How (& Why) To Take Nature Adventures With Your Kids with Lane Clark

Lane Clark
Rise Rooted
Rise Rooted
Ep. 07: How (& Why) To Take Nature Adventures With Your Kids with Lane Clark
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In Episode 7 of Rise Rooted, Catherine and Lane Clark discuss how taking nature adventures with their kids is a way of filling their own cups. 

We discuss: 

  • The many benefits we receive from taking our kids outside for extended periods of time. 
  • The mindset shifts that make the experience more enjoyable for everyone.
  • Practical tips for how to do it & what to pack, & 
  • How we feel about our husbands joining us, & more!

Lane Clark, owner and CEO of Lane Clark Consulting, is a space holding, community building, team operating, right hand woman to high performance female CEOs. Learn more about her work here: www.laneclarkconsulting.com

She is the mother to two wild daughters and together they spend their time traveling, running wild in the woods, reading, homeschooling and sipping tea. Follow their adventures here: https://www.instagram.com/liz.lemonade/

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