Jeremy Howlett

Husband, Father, Christian, Entrepreneur, Strategist, and Adventurer

The Power of Wild Spaces

As I walk alone, my thoughts find a gentleness as the breeze that blows around me. I experience a soothing calm that is enriched by being in the moment. I have found tranquility. This is the feeling that I long for when I step outside. It is this moment that got me up...

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Why I Write

Growing up I always teetered on creativity. I loved to draw and doodle. I never put much of a focus on it so I never became an artist. I just loved to have a pen in my hands. I loved creative writing, but I hated being forced to write for an assignment. When I had a...

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The Value of Brand Influencers

We all know how valuable our sales team is. They are the ones out there pounding the pavement, meeting with buyers, influencing purchasing decisions, educating the retailers, and making sure our product is seen on the shelves. We know how important our e-commerce...

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A Fishing Weekend

Wow! What a weekend! It was so great to get away for a couple of days. I needed this recharge. Thursday night, I headed up to meet Brian Beckstead for an early morning. I was going to sleep in a hammock, but because there were no trees it made that pretty impossible....

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Business Articles

Antelope Canyon Modified 55k Race Report

Have you ever done anything crazy? Ever wanted to test your body and push the limits? Well I did this weekend. As if going for a long run wouldn’t be hard enough I signed up to do 34 miles in the Arizona desert. Ultra Adventures puts on some amazing races here in the...

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Honeycomb Peaks Winter Summit

How do you overcome doubt and frustrations? For me it usually just takes some time being outdoors. The year has started out pretty good with some fun skiing. However, I have been struggling with working towards my goals of peaks summited and adventures for the year. I...

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Cross Training in Winter

If you are like me then you are feeling the cold, unforgiving winter conditions that tempt us to stay inside. While staying warm and cozy in the comfort of your own home seems appealing, it’s negatively affecting necessary training time to prime you for the spring and...

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Uintah Yurt Backcountry Ski Tour

While perusing the Wasatch Peak Baggers page I came across an invitation to join Tom McCabe on a two night yurt adventure in the High Uintah Wilderness. I have stayed in a yurt only one time before, but never skied into one. I couldn't pass on this opportunity. I...

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Looking Ahead to an Excellent 2016

As we now put 2015 in the rear view we have time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future. You may have spent some time last night, or will do so this weekend, in reflecting with family and friends. You may make a list of resolutions to make this year...

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Powder off Guardsman Pass

Today I had the opportunity to get out in the afternoon to do a little backcountry skiing. I opted to head up towards Guardsman Pass to get in a few turns. The snow looked great up there and I geared up and headed out. The weather was perfect with only a few clouds in...

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A Bay Area Blitz

This past weekend we had the opportunity to head to the Bay Area for some fun in a little warmer weather. Leslie raced the TNF Endurance Challenge Championship 50 mile race (more on that in a bit). They also had a team element to it so Altra had 9 athletes competing...

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East Coast Road Trippin'

What better way to spend 27 days of homelessness than to do it on the road! We are inbetween homes for nearly a month and were already planning a road trip so it "kinda" worked out. The stress of packing our entire home before vacation was not ideal, but living on the...

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Dealing with Lack of Adventure

You're sitting in your office on the computer, work on one screen and YouTube on the other. You keep watching those running/skiing/climbing videos over and over and wishing that were you on the adventure. You keep reaching for a tissue on your desk to wipe your mouth...

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Amsterdam In A Day

Had an opportunity to tour the city of Amsterdam in The Netherlands in one day. We got to see many museums, sites and the beauty that the city had to offer.

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Great Basin National Park

One of the lesser known National Parks in the United States is Great Basin National Park. It sits out of the way in central eastern Nevada near the Utah border. It is actually the nearest National Park to Salt Lake, but certainly the least visited. It doesn't have the...

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Boston: A Reflection

Again, another year in Boston. This is a time of reflection of the years past. I look back at what we were doing in those previous years now that I have attended the marathon every year since 2011. Standing on the 19th floor I looked down at the street below that is...

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6 Weeks

Six weeks remain until I will be a marathon finisher. This will be my first ever marathon and it is looming closer and closer. There are still things that I need to fit in before the big event happens mid May, but I am getting more and more ready as we continue to...

16 Miles!

Almost two years ago I started a journey to get fit and lose some unwanted poundage. That was then. Now I am on a journey to be adventurous! My gorgeous wife has put up with me being out of shape and unmotivated for over 6 years. I turned that corner and now am...

My First Triathlon

Well, I took the plunge. For those of you who know me and my family I have been entrenched in triathlon for almost 8 years now with a wife who competes at the elitist level in the state of Utah. She is constantly pushing for a top 3 spot overall at the majority of her...