Hey there, I’m Sara Beth!

I’m a nature-loving weekend wanderer who champions inclusive outdoors. I’m usually found exploring nearby national parks, hiking to water, or taking a scenic road trip. I don’t let my weight or mobility issues stop me from enjoying nature. Instead, I embrace them and work hard to share with others how to live their own nature-based lifestyle. 

Be One With Nature

Does your weight, mobility, budget, fear, or skill level hold you back from enjoying nature more fully? Well, they shouldn’t! In fact, our public lands are there for the “Benefit and Enjoyment of the People.” And guess what – that includes you! I’m here to show you that you can overcome your experience-nature hang-ups and I am here to support you along the way! 

Own Your Adventure

Embracing a nature-based lifestyle isn’t complicated. In fact, all you need to is actually go spend time in nature. Take a casual stroll through a city park, a scenic drive through a national park or forest, hike on a local trail, or even take a bike ride down an old dirt road. The most important thing is that you get to set a pace that works for you … and have fun!

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Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018

Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018

By many accounts, 2017 was a complete and utter dumpster fire. My mom had two strokes, the Cheeto-in-Chief is leading an attack our public lands, and I've been in a walking boot since early May. Life in 2017 has been crazy, to say the least, and I'm so ready to say...

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2017: A Year in Review

2017: A Year in Review

Last year, I shared a month-by-month summary of 2016 and wanted to do a year in review for 2017. A lot changed from 2016 to 2017, including that my mother had two strokes, and I injured my ankle and had to have a major reconstructive surgery. Basically, I'm so glad...

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Best of 2017 #FINDYOURPARK Photo Challenge

Best of 2017 #FINDYOURPARK Photo Challenge

To celebrate the end of 2017, Nature Tech Family hosted a special Best of 2017 #FindYourPark photo challenge. This time around, the photo challenge showcased our favorite memories from our national parks and public lands. While I participated solely on Twitter, others...

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