We recently caught up with Queen of the Boulders, Sierra Blair-Coyle for a quick Q&A. In case you aren’t familiar with Sierra, she’s a professional rock climber from Arizona and has been competing in the World Cup since 2010. Did we mention she’s also on the U.S. National Climbing Team? Yeah, she’s good. Follow her on Instagram or Twitter.
We recently caught up with Megan Helms AKA Barbie on the Fly for a quick Q & A. After spending 3 years in a wheelchair as a result of an ailment, she has endured one of the most eye-opening experiences of her life. We also dispel some common misconceptions and unveil the woman behind the Instagram account.
Tyler Sharp is a modern day adventurer. Based out of Dallas, Texas, Tyler has been all over the world. He has stories for days. Enjoy our Q & A with him.
Kyle Dempsey is pretty big on the Instagram with over 100k followers. Kyle was born and raised along the Westfield river in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. He grew up building forts along the river bank, fishing and skipping rocks. Kyle has always had a love for creating art whether it be through painting and drawing, building with his hands, or a myriad of other channels. He acquired his degree in creative advertising and starting getting very seriously with a camera during his time at college.
There’s no doubt about it—raising your kids in a city is a great way ensure that you’re raising cultured, worldly kids. Access to things, such as art, entertainment, history, and a diversity in just about everything from culture to fashion to food is a great advantage, for one. Exposing your kids to real world situations at an early age can help them later on in life. But is all of that immersion in daily city life too much stimulation?