My Favorite Things

Sharing is caring, and I believe that community partnership and networking help us make good choices about the products we use and businesses we support.

My Promise to you:

Here you'll only find things I actually use or buy. You'll read about places I love to be, or companies I support ONLY if I would promote them without a kickback. I promise to always be honest with you about any commission I receive from the companies I promote (if any), and I will never promote something I don't believe in. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!

Jade Yoga

My JadeYoga mat has put up with my blood, sweat, and tears everyday for 4 years now. I've taken it to 3 countries, practiced in the jungle, the mountains, and the desert and it's never given up on me. It's non-slippery (really, I never have to use a towel) non-toxic, and eco-friendly 

They're made of natural rubber, and ridiculously durable. I also dig their community partnership programs and their commitment to giving back to the earth by planting a tree for every mat sold. Check them out! Use this link and let them know I sent you.

Organico Fortuna

Organico Fortuna is a family-owned, love-filled organic market, restaurant and coffee bar located in La Fortuna, Costa Rica. This little café is absolutely my favorite breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot to visit while I'm there. Locally sourced organic chocolate, hot sauce, granola, local artisan handmade gifts, vegan ice cream made in-house, local farmer's market, you name it. Excellent smoothies made to order and phenomenal kombucha.

Tell Gloriana I sent you!

Washington Trails Association

Their Mission:

To preserve, enhance, and promote hiking opportunities in Washington state through collaboration, education, advocacy and volunteer trail maintenance.​

They educate, inspire and engage people—all to protect the trails and wild places they love.

Their Values:

Exploring nature is good for people’s hearts, minds and bodies, and they believe hiking is a powerful way for everyone to connect with Washington’s natural wonders. They believe that people will protect the places they love to hike, from local parks to remote wilderness. Because they also believe it is vitally important for everyone to have the opportunity to access the outdoors, they are committed to reducing barriers to hiking trails and lands. 

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