trips, gear, mind.

 

On this blog, we’ll be writing about our trips and reviews of the gear we use. We’ll also be sharing tips on how to build your mental resiliency. If you want to share your story with us, e-mail us at blog at frontlinefreedom.org.

Mentally Recharging

Mentally Recharging

It’s easy to become bogged down by the routines of daily life. We all have the good and bad habits that we fall back on without even thinking about it. But sometimes, it’s essential to take a step back and mentally reset yourself. This can be done in several ways, but...

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On Evaluating Progress

On Evaluating Progress

In ancient Greek philosophy, Plato's Allegory of the Cave is a story that describes people who are chained inside a cave and can only see shadows cast on the wall. The shadows represent what they perceive as reality. These people tell each other that these shadows are...

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On Favorite Days and Challenges

On Favorite Days and Challenges

I'm sure many things made up your favorite day from the past week, but I'll bet one of them was an activity that stuck out above the rest. Think about what activities come to mind when thinking back on a great time in the past week. Your favorite activity from the...

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Confidence Following Tragedy

Confidence Following Tragedy

Confidence has its roots in a Latin word. It is derived from confidentia, which means “to be bold” or “to have faith in.” In English, it was first used in the 1500s, and it means “a feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something.” Confidence is a crucial...

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The Problem With Unsolicited Advice

The Problem With Unsolicited Advice

There's a phrase in the English language that many people have come to despise. It's known as "unsolicited advice." You know what I'm talking about, right? When someone tells you something they think is important for you to know, but it isn't asked for and can be...

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