Everyday Adventure // Basalt Business Retreat



Meet my mastermind besties, Alissa + Rebecca! We’ve been meeting a couple times a month for almost a year now, chatting about our businesses + keeping each other accountable towards our goals. They have become an invaluable part of my journey + when the idea came up to do a January retreat where we could plan for 2016 + crack down on some of the tasks we’d been putting off on the admin side of our businesses, I knew it HAD to happen.

HHC2016_Needles-3We picked this beautiful AirBnb in Basalt, Colorado – where there was no cell signal + little internet. The perfect place to focus + get inspired! We spent 3 days in the house + I seriously wish we could do this once a month because I got SO much accomplished. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to take time for dreaming + planning + creating, especially when we can get so stuck in the routine + the daily tasks of our lives. One of my favorite parts of this winter season has been spending more time up in the mountains; they are an endless source of inspiration for me.



I have a lot of plans for Evergreen Lane this year, the first of which is coming later this month! I’ll be launching a free guide for capturing amazing video on all of your travels + adventures. Stay tuned for more details or sign up below to receive video postcards from me + you’ll be the first to hear the news! You’ll also get a copy of the free guide, packed full of all my tricks of the trade for when I capture video on the road, as soon as it launches later this month.



I can’t wait to share more with you as the year progresses. 2016 is going to be a good one!

P.S. Here are a few places we visited during our retreat (for the few minutes we weren’t working away on all of our projects in front of this stunning view!) that I would recommend, if you’ll be traveling in the area:

Saxy’s Cafe in Basalt for a good chai latte + some fast internet!

Creperie du Village in Aspen had the best ambiance + delicious food.

Iron Mountain Hot Springs which we hit up on the drive back to Denver – they’ll probably get their own post here pretty soon.

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