Gear List & Things I Love

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Ways to save for your next adventure:

  • Rakuten: A program that gives you cash back on qualifying online purchases.
  • Honey: A plug-in for your browser that automatically searches the Web for coupon codes for you.
  • Rover: Is there a better way to make extra cash than to spend your days with new furry friends? Not that I’ve ever heard of.

Just for fun:

  • Stitchfix! I’m a sucker for new clothes, and getting a Stitchfix box in the mail makes me feel like I’m receiving a birthday present from a friend. Check it out and get a $25 credit on me.
  • The Wanderful Soul. I met this talented lady on Instagram, and I love her unique, nature-inspired prints. A portion of her proceeds also always goes to organizations that support land preservation and the protection of historical sites. Use my code – AUDIPAYNE – for 15% off your order.
  • WordPress. Want to start your own website on WordPress? Use this link for a $25 credit.
  • Home to Roost Co. This is my dear friend Beth’s Etsy shop. She and her partner own a small farm in Western NY (where I am from!) and all their farmhouse-inspired decor is handmade at their farm. She’s got a really cute “The mountains are calling” sign in her shop!
  • Proof Sunglasses. Based in Boise, Idaho, Proof Eyewear makes really cool wooden, acetate, and aluminum sunglasses, and for every pair bought, they put $10 toward their Do Good fund to better the world. Use my link for $20 off your order of $60 or more.
  • Fabletics! I spend the majority of my free time in workout clothes, so OF COURSE I want these workout clothes to be cute and fun! I love Fabletics for keeping up with the trends, offering clothing for all body types, and for allowing me to be a little more fun and feminine whether I’m out on a hike, in the climbing gym, or practicing yoga at home. Check out their ‘VIP’ program for awesome deals and new outfit choices each month.

Gear list: What’s in my backpacking kit:

  • Emergency GPS device: Garmin inReach mini. This device gives me access to the outside world, specifically Search and Rescue, when I don’t have cell service. With certain subscription plans, you can even text people with this device!
  • Rain jacket: Had an L.L. Bean one on the AT and now have a Marmot PreCip.
  • Portable phone battery charger: Anker.
  • Other: clothes (quick drying/ layers!), pillow, sunglasses, hand sanitizer, bug spray, sun hat, sunscreen, personal hygiene items, small sponge, knife, trail map, gloves, hat, etc.

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