Montana Gift Corral Blog
Healthy living can mean so many things in our modern world, which can actually make it difficult to achieve. Exercising, eating right, mental health, work/life balance, supplements, and vitamins, it’s a lot to take in. We want to help you make that recharge easier no matter where you live, so here are some of our favorite items that will help you live your best life.
Who doesn’t love a good road trip? Pile your best friends in your beat-up car and cruise down the wide open roads of Montana. There are plenty of beautiful places and winding, off-the-beaten-path roads to explore in our beautiful state, but you really want to make sure you’re prepared for the journey.
Being a Bozeman-based company, we’re quick to sing the praises of our awesome mountain town. And boy, are there plenty of praises to sing! But, Bozeman isn’t the center of the universe. In the whole of the Gallatin Valley, we have some pretty great neighbors. We’re here today to tell you about some of our favorite towns just beyond Bozeman.
Montanans take steak seriously. We all know the best is the one you cook at home, but sometimes you just have to explore what’s out there when it comes to food. The neat thing about Montana is, more often than not, the best steaks are cooked in little mom and pop joints in one-horse towns.
You’re ready for a change. That call for something new and fun and different has become too loud to ignore. So, where do you go? Does Montana hold what you’re looking for? It does for a lot of people. Maybe you saw a special about Montana on TV once or maybe your family visited on vacation years back. Whatever the reason, it’s hard to deny the pull of beautiful Big Sky Country. However, once you set your sights on moving here, you definitely want to do your research.
Finding something to do in Bozeman may be tough for those who are not from the area or when it comes to dealing with so many good options. Bozeman has many activities from the mountaineer to the avid shopper, but what makes the BEST day in Bozeman?
Our connection to nature in Montana is something special, almost sacred. Well, it might be very sacred for some. It takes determination, will power, and sense of craving wild spaces to be a Montanan. So, it makes sense that we take our hiking opportunities very seriously. Everyone should get outside and enjoy the great outdoors, but sometimes that creates crowds.
Are you planning to start a garden this spring? Well before you do there are a few things you should take into consideration. Check out this week's blog 5 Quick Tips for Gardening in Southwest Montana! for all the tips and tricks you need!
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