#WildGratitude Week 2

#WildGratitude is not just a play on words because we are Wilderwomen (and wilder people for all those reading who do not identify as women). Wild Gratitude is a movement, an expression of deep thanks for the wild things, wild people, wild experiences and wild places that touch our hearts and create the version of life that we love to live most.

The Challenge

For 30 days straight in the month of November you will post a photo to your Instagram with the hashtag #WildGratitude and a caption of what you are grateful for. Each week on Friday morning we will be posting a blog for that week’s prompt. We will be posting our daily gratitudes to our Instagram handle @wilderwomen_

To join the challenge you will tag 3 friends, you will each follow @wilderwomen_ @wilderwomanmedia and @tapestryeventco and then post your daily gratitude with #WildGratitude. We will be picking a winner the first week of December for a Wilderwomen photoshoot with Wilderwoman Media and Tapestry Event Co and winner will also be receiving a swagbag of goodies to be announced mid-challenge.

Week Two #WildGratitude Challenge: Wild Memories

Each day this week you will express your gratitude for the Wild Memories in your life. Tell us your favorite story to tell around a campfire. Or about the time you had type two fun that changed your life. We want to know about the stories that you look back on fondly, that changed you, and that that you happened to snap a moment in time of.

See you on the gram!

❤ Wilderwomen


Wilderwomen was born out of two women with the same dream; build a community of women who empower one another outdoors. Whether you’re seeking yoga, a get away, a tribe, an outdoor adventure, or just some time in nature, Wilderwomen has it all. We host meet-ups and outdoor retreats in the picturesque PNW paradise that include daily yoga, gourmet meals, outdoor adventures, hot spring soaks, glamping and more! We are building a community of women (and men, and partners, and those who don’t opt to define themselves by a gender) who feel confident in their skin and in their technical outdoor abilities, a tribe of humans who deeply care about the environment and each other, and a collection of outdoor enthusiasts and weekend warriors who are excited to get after it in the outdoors.

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