They say it’s all about the journey. But, in skiing with kids, it’s all about making it to the chairlift to start the day with your sanity, kids and gear fully intact. Am I right? I mean, I fully believe they are learning something along the way…rising up in the face of adversity from the “longest walk eveerrr and this stuff is soooo heavy and I’m hooooottt” but seriously, it’s no way to start the day! Stick with me and I will share with you our favorite set up across ages for getting to the chairlift.Read more “How to Get Your Skiing Kids and All their Gear from the Car to the Chairlift”
Happy Holidays, my Snow Happy friends! I am so excited to bring you our first gift guide to help you find the perfect gift for even the hardest to shop for on your list! We are staying true to our mission and will only bring you products we use and love – our Favorite Things! This article includes affiliate/commission links. But, here at Snow Happy, you can trust 1) we will only review and promote products we have tried, and 2) we will always be honest with you.
A quick note: When we do product reviews here at Snow Happy, you can trust 1) we will only review and promote products we have tried, and 2) we will always be honest with you. This post contains affiliate links.
“Make good gear that works for the fun stuff they (and their friends) like to do.” It’s right on the Flylow website, plain and simple. Good gear that works. It’s what I look for when I shop for things, especially to weather the literal storm. When you spend your days outside enjoying all that winter has to throw at you, it requires some solid threads.Read more “Gear Review: Flylow Women’s Daisy Insulated Pants”
Hello, Snow Happy community!! One of things we care about here at Snow Happy is protecting this great Earth that provides for our daily adventures. And, one of the ways we do this is by using as little single-use plastic items as possible, like packing zero waste lunches when we are on the go. Recently, I got a new phone and the amount packaging was shocking (think those kids’ toys at Christmas levels of packaging), which held a non-recyclable plastic phone case.Read more “Review: A Compostable Phone Case by Pela Case”