Last June I spent a week in Mazatlan, Mexico a group of bloggers and social media all-stars courtesy of Go Mazatlan. Although I’d heard of Mazatlan before, I knew little about the city. Mazatlan, I learned, is not your normal all-inclusive drinking-on-the-beach Mexican destination. If you’re looking for that, you should go to Cancun or Puerto Vallerta. Continue Reading →
Until now I’ve seldom written about my personal life on Matt-Gibson.org. I’m going to try and change that in the future. One of the great things about blogs is that readers get to connect with the person behind the screen.
Many of us try to lead eco-conscious lifestyles at home – reducing the amount of packaging we throw away, recycling when possible, and eating responsibly-sourced food. However, staying green while you’re on the road is easier said than done – but really there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to enjoy yourself while travelling without harming the environment. Continue Reading →
He reached the 3, 970 m peak in 2 hr 47 min. The video isn’t new (it was made in 2011) but it’s new to me and it is the most inspiring thing you’ll see all day. Continue Reading →
Design is important. If any creative discipline has the potential to create a sustainable, energy-efficient, recyclable world, it’s design. Good designs are simple, solve a problem in a creative way, and are easy to use. Continue Reading →
Judging from the scenes I’ve seen in ski and snowboard movies, these are four mountains that every serious skier and snowboarder should try to visit at least once in their life — like an snowrider’s pilgrimage to Mecca. Continue Reading →