when i'm climbing on cold days
I put a hand warmer in my chalk bag. I also keep makeup wipes in the car. My fave is Burt's Bees Facial Cleansing Towelettes.
They work better than baby wipes for cleaning gross climbing hands covered in tape residue and dirt. Plus, they don't smell like baby wipes.
for multi-day backpacking and climbing trips
I divide and package my food per day so it's super easy to eat and access. The physically exhausted version of me has always thanked me for planning the extra step.
eating blistered shishito peppers at camp
Is one of my favorite outdoor snacks. They're light, easy to make, and wake up my tastebuds. Just pack some peppers, salt n' pepper, and you're ready to go.
ladies, save your tp and pack pantyliners
Peeing can be a hassle on longer backpacking trips. I wear pantyliners so I don't have to find my toilet paper and pack it out every time nature calls.
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