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A Week In Florida On A Joint $106,699 Income

Welcome to Money Diaries, where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary. Submit here.Travel Diaries: We're looking to get the inside scoop on when, where, and how our peers are using their vacation ...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Florida, Yahoo, California, Aldi, Netflix, Reddit, Mommy, Patagonia, Starbucks, Annie, St Tropez, Rose, Moira

The Ten Essentials for Hiking: Don't Head Into the Woods Without These Items

Everyone wants to be prepared when they hit the trail, and there is no better way to do that than The Ten Essentials. Developed in the 1970s, these ten items are the gear items you always need to be prepared for an on-trail emergency. Since then, the concept has evolved from single items to gear systems, but the…Read more...
Tags: Hiking, Patagonia, Lifehacks, Rei

Traditional Chilean food and dishes

Chile is undeniably beautiful. Patagonia, the lake district, the stunning Torres del Paine National Park — with all of these things to see, you’d be forgiven for looking over the country’s diverse food. However, for a real taste of Chile, you have to experience all of the eats on offer. Chilean food is a mix of ingredients and dishes from the indigenous Mapuche and the Spanish. It’s heavily influenced by the country’s 2,600 miles of coastline and varied microclimates. Naturally, you can’t co...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Santiago, Chile, Patagonia, Peru, South America, All, Torres del Paine National Park, Larisa Blinova Shutterstock, Chile cuisine, Chile food, Chilean Cuisine, Chilean dishes, Chilean Food, Ensalada Chilena

Best beaches in Patagonia, Argentina

While South America has some of the most diverse natural landscapes in the world, among the greatest draws to the continent’s distinguished natural beauty are its beaches. Splayed along the Pacific, Atlantic, and Carribean coastlines, the most recognizable South American beaches are in Brazil, Colombia, and the like. The coastlines of Argentina don’t typically make the list of the best beaches on the continent, and most travelers certainly don’t think of Patagonia as a place to bask in the su...
Tags: Travel, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, Buenos Aires, All, Patagonian, ATV, Carribean, Brazil Colombia, Patagonia Argentina, Rio Negro, Pacific Atlantic, Las Grutas, Valdes Peninsula

What male CEOs are wearing

Good news: One of the most boring staples of executive menswear -- the Patagonia fleece vest -- may no longer be quite so commonplace.
Tags: Cnn, Patagonia

Three renowned climbers feared killed in major avalanche in Canada

Three renowned mountain climbers are feared to have died after an avalanche in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.American Jess Roskelley and Austrians David Lama and Hansjorg Auer were attempting to scale a challenging route up the east face of Howse Peak in Alberta's Banff National Park, Canadian officials said.The group was last heard from on Tuesday morning, when Mr Roskelley spoke to his father, John Roskelley, himself a world-renowned climber.Search efforts began on Wednesday when the climbe...
Tags: News, Washington, Austria, Canada, Nepal, Patagonia, John, Alberta, Mount Everest, North Face, Banff National Park, Parks Canada, Cerro Torre, John Roskelley, David Lama, Howse

Riding with the gauchos of Argentina: a photo essay

Greg Funnell and Amanda Barnes ride, swim and drink mate tea with some of Argentina’s most skilled horsemen, travelling from the north-eastern wetlands to the faded gaucho heartlands of La Pampa and Patagonia The water reaches up to my knees as a large lump rises to my throat. I clench my inner thighs tighter around the firm body of my horse and look hesitantly up at Omar in the canoe ahead. “Let go and float like a crocodile,” he instructs over the heavy grunts of the horses and the tumultuous ...
Tags: Americas, Cattle, World news, Argentina, Patagonia, Omar, La Pampa, Amanda Barnes, Greg Funnell

Tips for traveling with young kids

Being hesitant to travel with young kids is understandable. Maybe you’ve experienced a toddler screaming for the entirety of a coast-to-coast flight. Worse, maybe that was your toddler. But saying your kids are too young to travel is a slippery slope. When will you know when they’re old enough? The fact is, the sooner you start taking trips with your kids, the sooner they’ll adapt to journeying. And the sooner they — and you — will reap the benefits of that travel. Here’s why you should trave...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, California, Berlin, San Francisco, Spain, Barcelona, Washington Dc, Portugal, Argentina, Patagonia, Airbnb, Ansel Adams, North America, Sagrada Familia

Reckless farming is destroying the planet. This could save it

The traditional and responsible farming practices humans used for centuries before the rise of chemical agriculture are some of the best methods we can use to protect ourselves and the planet, write Rose Marcario, president and CEO of Patagonia, and David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner's.
Tags: Cnn, Patagonia, Bronner, David Bronner, Rose Marcario

The political playbook of advertising

The U.S. Presidential Election is still more than 18 months away, but we already have a gaggle of candidates vying for our attention in every news cycle. The strategists behind these campaigns know they have a limited window of opportunity to introduce their ideas, gain name recognition, and garner a loyal following. They also know that it’s all about momentum, which can switch in seconds; one news story, rumor, or tweet—good or bad—can change the perception of who is the front-runner and who do...
Tags: Twitter, Advertising, Colin Kaepernick, Nike, New York Times, Iowa, Howard Schultz, Patagonia, Philadelphia, Airbnb, Starbucks, Johnson, Seattle, Kevin Johnson, Dick, Presidential Election

Verified Expert Brand Designer: Lake Buckley

In 2017, Lake Buckley turned down an in-house role at Patagonia to launch her freelance design career in a 400 sq. ft studio in Brooklyn, NY. Since then, the RISD-trained designer and art director has helped founders bring their mission-driven brand to life. We spoke with Lake about why she chose to become an independent designer, what makes a successful client collaboration, and what projects she’s most proud of (hint: one of them involves fig wasps). Why she likes working with founders: ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Tech, Patagonia, Talent, Hiring, Lake, Brooklyn NY, RISD, Personnel, Verified Experts, Yvonne Leow, Brand Designers, Lake Buckley

Meet the 100 people transforming the world of business

The world of business is changing rapidly. Artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles promise to change just about everything. Over-the-top viewing, or OTT, is transforming how we entertain ourselves. Direct-to-consumer brands are changing how we shop. There are new ways to go to the doctor, new ways of working, and new ways to invest. And urgent conversations are being had about purpose, the beneficiaries of these innovations, and what should be done to help those who risk being left behi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Hollywood, Trends, Merck, Walmart, Harvard, Patagonia, Silicon Valley, Harry, New York Stock Exchange, Hulu, Kenneth Frazier, Costco, Jason Blum

Wildlife watching Patagonia

For nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts, South America’s Patagonian territory is often listed near the top of bucket-list destinations. The southernmost regions often get the most coverage for noteworthy places like Torres del Paine. While Patagonia’s mountains, glaciers, and icefields are spectacular, Patagonia in fact sprawls an astounding 402,000 square miles across two countries and 11 provinces. There is much more to discover in this vast landscape. For unforgettable wildlife sighting...
Tags: Travel, Unesco, Atlantic, Wildlife, Chile, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, All, Patagonian, DirecTV, Golfo Nuevo, Puerto Piramides, Argentinian Patagonia, Valdes Peninsula, Stephanie Frias

Tuesday's Best Deals: iPad Pro, Mrs. Meyers, CBD Gummies, and More

Our readers’ favorite VPN, a Patagonia sale at Backcountry, and Sunday Scaries CBD products lead off Tuesday’s best deals from around the web.Read more...
Tags: Deals, Kinja Deals, Science, Patagonia, Vpn

How to Pack For A Trek: The Ultimate Hiking Packing List

How should I pack for a hike? What should I pack for a multi-day trek? What is too much? And what is too little? How am I going to carry it all? Which hiking gear and essentials should I buy in advance and which can I buy on the ground? That's where this Ultimate Hiking Packing List comes in to answer all of those questions — and much more — to prepare you for your next adventure. After receiving numerous emails, queries and comments asking about hiking gear and how to pack for hikes and mu...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Featured, US, Travel Gear, Thailand, Santiago, Chile, Kyrgyzstan, Burma, Patagonia, Peru, Dslr, Mount Everest, Inle Lake, Camino De Santiago

I finally read 'Sapiens,' the book that Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg both recommend to everyone — and I get why Silicon Valley loves it so much

Go to any Silicon Valley party, and chance are pretty good you'll hear someone talking about "Sapiens," a book about the past and future of humanity by Yuval Noah Harari.  Harari's "Sapiens" was first released in English in 2014, and not long after found itself on recommended reading lists of industry giants like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. It was even recently poked fun at as a total cliche among Silicon Valley venture capitalists.  After finally managing to make my way through it, t...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Trends, Bill Gates, Peter Thiel, Patagonia, Silicon Valley, Melinda Gates, Gates, Peugeot, Sapiens, Humankind, Harari, Dunbar, Yuval Noah Harari Harari, Yuval Noah Harari Sapiens

Build Your Own Adventure in South America

. There are some luxury travelers who want to let someone else make 100% of the plans. There are others who want to figure out every single detail on their own. But for all of those who are somewhere in between, the tour company Surtrek offers a nifty online trip planner for South America. In the world of travel agents and tour companies, there are all kinds of ways that travel clients are referred to: FIT, MICE, groups, fixed departure, custom, excursion clients, and all kinds of other permuta...
Tags: Travel, Santiago, Chile, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, Ecuador, Tours, Galapagos Islands, Travel Life, Luxury Tours, Salta, Nature Tours, Adventure Tours, Andes, Honeymoon Destinations


We arrived in El Calafate on a rainy day but the weather has been grand since. The first afternoon we sheltered from the rain in the Glaciarium an excellent interpretive centre explaining the ebb and flow of the Perito Moreno Glacier. The glacier termina
Tags: Travel, Patagonia, El Calafate

Patagonia strikes back. Plus, the National Enquirer is for sale: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. You can get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Search for "Ad Age" under "Skills" in the Alexa app. What people are talking about today Budweiser’s parent company has a beer brand called Patagonia, and the logo includes an outline of jagged mountain peaks. Sound familiar? Patagonia, the outdoor brand, uses very similar branding. As Ad Age’s Adrianne Pasquarelli writes, t...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Post, Advertising, Bloomberg, Budweiser, Psa, Patagonia, Jeff Bezos, National Enquirer, Globe, The Washington Post, Venus, Alexa, Gillette, Emarketer

Three ways to do purpose-driven marketing right

Purpose-driven marketing has quickly become a defining issue in the world of branding. During Super Bowl LIII alone, advertisers shelled out $5 million each for 30-second spots that connected their brands to a higher purpose. Anheuser-Busch talked about sustainability with its “Wind Never Felt Better” ad, for instance, and  Bumble, with the help of Serena Williams, spoke of female empowerment. Businesses that embrace purpose-driven marketing can forge deeper connections with cus...
Tags: England, Youtube, Advertising, Patagonia, Bumble, Serena Williams, Ghana, Gillette, Anheuser Busch, Procter Gamble, Body Shop, Estee Lauder Companies, Tungteiya Women 's Shea Butter Association

Patagonia sues Anheuser-Busch, alleging trademark infringement

Anheuser-Busch InBev's new Patagonia beer brand unlawfully rips off branding elements from the California-based retailer known for its environmentalism, a lawsuit alleges. Patagonia filed the federal lawsuit on Tuesday, claiming trademark infringement. According to the lawsuit, AB InBev unlawfully obtained a trademark for Patagonia on beer seven years ago, but has only recently introduced its “Patagonia Brewing Co.” beer to consumers via an “intensive marketing campaign" at ski resorts...
Tags: Colorado, California, Advertising, Patagonia, Ab Inbev, U S District Court, Anheuser Busch, AB, Ventura California, Patagonia Inc, Patagonia Brewing Co, Patagonia Provisions Inc

Patagonia Canada Web Specials: Save 50% Off Past-Season Products

Patagonia Canada has an awesome Web Specials sale available now where you can save 50% off Past-Season Products for Women’s, Men’s, Kids’ & Baby, Packs & Fear and more: This Sale is valid now until April 16, 2019. Patagonia Canada offers $15 flat-rate fast shipping on all orders. Click here to start shopping at Patagonia Canada.
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Patagonia, Canadian Daily Deals, Patagonia Canada

CHAIRMAN’S NOTE * Universal Aviation Argentina now open to support your missions

While much of the business aviation industry will be focused on the Far East and next week’s ABACE, I have some very exciting news to share on the other side of the world. We’re thrilled to announce that our newest Universal Aviation location, Universal Aviation Argentina, is now open and ready to support your critical missions. Whether it’s business trips to Buenos Aires or visits to breath-taking destinations like Ushuaia to Igauzu, traffic to Argentina is up. And you’ve made it clear to ...
Tags: Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, Aviation, Buenos Aires, Ushuaia, Far East, Greg Evans, Aviation Inc, Latinamerica, Southamerica, Universal Aviation, SADF, Universal News, Igauzu

Patagonia is suing Anheuser-Busch

Clothing company Patagonia is suing Budweiser's parent company for selling a beer that bears its name and evokes its rugged, environmentally friendly brand and logo.
Tags: News, Budweiser, Stories, Patagonia, Anheuser Busch

Patagonia sues Anheuser-Busch for selling beer that bears its name

Clothing company Patagonia is suing Budweiser's parent company for a beer that bears its name.
Tags: Cnn, Budweiser, Patagonia, Anheuser Busch

No, Patagonia isn't eliminating one of its trendy fleeces to punish finance 'bros'

The company is rethinking its famous banker fleeces.
Tags: Patagonia

Surfing’s dirty secret, toxic pollution, presents opportunity for environmentalists

The surfer walks through the sand, paddles into an ocean twinkling beneath the open sky and waits among the dolphins and sea birds for a wave shaped by the confluence of distant storms, local breezes, shifting tides and ocean bottoms. But there’s a dirty secret to the idyllic nature experience. Toxicity, greenhouse gases and non-biodegradable materials accompany the average surfer in every phase of the sport, from the gas-fueled trip to the beach to the plastic surfboard with its plastic leash t...
Tags: Utah, Business, News, California, Environment, Sport, Soccer, Patagonia, Myanmar, Mark Price, Channel Islands, Orange County, Ryan Harris, Beaches, Kelly Slater, Sergio

One day bikepacking in Patagonia

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Tags: Sport, Cycling, Patagonia

Every Brand Purpose Must Be Defended

Shaping, guiding and controlling brand story used to be much simpler. In the “read-only” society (a term I learned from Geoff Colon) brands communicated and people could only listen. But today, everyone is a publisher. Customers can be a participant. They can share their opinions whether based on truth or something else. All of this can quickly transmogrify into volatile resentment that can send stock prices plummeting and wipe millions of dollars off the value of a brand in the span of 24 ho...
Tags: US, Bloomberg, New York Times, Patagonia, Vanessa Friedman, Branding, Brand Purpose, Geoff Colon, Gwynedd Stuart in Los Angeles Magazine

Patagonia Canada Sale: Save Up To 50% OFF Men’s, Women’s and Kids’ Styles

Patagonia Canada has an awesome sale this weekend. You can save up to 50% off on many sale styles, including sweaters, pullovers, t-shirts, jackets and more! This offer is valid for a limited time only, while quantities last. This Patagonia Men’s Flying Fish Organic Cotton T-Shirt is on sale for only $23.00. You’re saving $22.00 from the original price of $45.00! This lightweight organic cotton T-shirt uses no GMO seeds or toxic pesticides, benefits soil quality and biodiversity, and saves 27 ...
Tags: Shopping, Gmo, Canada, Patagonia, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Patagonia Canada