#StayWarm Instagram Photos & Videos

StayWarm - 1.3m posts

Top Posts

Latest Instagram Posts

  • After a long day... I find comfort in all things soft and  grey...arms and hands are aching from relentless practicing the last few days for a drum recording on Sunday... and a few other brain bleeders from my mentor.. also trying out a little 5 hand foot combination from Anike Nilles. There is never a lack of things to practice or improve on. But for today.. I can't play one more stroke. 
Winter is upon us.. #staywarm
#grey #tiredbuthappy #takingstrides #cold #gettingcold #comforting #tireddrummer #rest #snug #peaceout
  • After a long day... I find comfort in all things soft and grey...arms and hands are aching from relentless practicing the last few days for a drum recording on Sunday... and a few other brain bleeders from my mentor.. also trying out a little 5 hand foot combination from Anike Nilles. There is never a lack of things to practice or improve on. But for today.. I can't play one more stroke.
    Winter is upon us.. #staywarm
    #grey #tiredbuthappy #takingstrides #cold #gettingcold #comforting #tireddrummer #rest #snug #peaceout
  • 2 0 1 hour ago
  • For real! 😆
  • For real! 😆
  • 28 4 3 hours ago
  • staying warm in palm springs 🌴
  • staying warm in palm springs 🌴
  • 25 1 5 hours ago
  • Our customers frequently share photos of happy babies on our blankets - it absolutely warms our hearts!

You’d be this happy on a Tuesday if you had a Pretty Rugged blanket, too. 
#babyblanket #fauxfur #happybaby
  • Our customers frequently share photos of happy babies on our blankets - it absolutely warms our hearts!

    You’d be this happy on a Tuesday if you had a Pretty Rugged blanket, too. 
    #babyblanket #fauxfur #happybaby
  • 12 1 5 hours ago
  • Video Part 2 - Joe would tell you he banks with The State Bank Group because we take the time to understand his business and give him personalized service.  Thank you Joe!  We appreciate you and everyone at Joe’s Small Engine Repair in Harvard. .
.
Visit Joe this season for all of your lawn equipment repairs, or to shop for new outdoor equipment. .
.
TheStateBankGroup.com - Member FDIC - Equal Housing Lender
  • Video Part 2 - Joe would tell you he banks with The State Bank Group because we take the time to understand his business and give him personalized service. Thank you Joe! We appreciate you and everyone at Joe’s Small Engine Repair in Harvard. .
    .
    Visit Joe this season for all of your lawn equipment repairs, or to shop for new outdoor equipment. .
    .
    TheStateBankGroup.com - Member FDIC - Equal Housing Lender
  • 4 1 5 hours ago
  • Our commitment is to create value-added banking. Always improving, always adapting to your needs, all the time.  That’s community banking.  That’s banking with The State Bank Group. 
TheStateBankGroup.com 
Member FDIC - Equal Housing Lender
  • Our commitment is to create value-added banking. Always improving, always adapting to your needs, all the time. That’s community banking. That’s banking with The State Bank Group.
    TheStateBankGroup.com
    Member FDIC - Equal Housing Lender
  • 3 1 5 hours ago
  • Video Part 1 - Joe would tell you he banks with The State Bank Group because we take the time to understand his business and give him personalized service.  Thank you Joe!  We appreciate you and everyone at Joe’s Small Engine Repair in Harvard. .
.
Visit Joe this season for all of your lawn equipment repairs, or to shop for new outdoor equipment. .
.
TheStateBankGroup.com - Member FDIC - Equal Housing Lender
  • Video Part 1 - Joe would tell you he banks with The State Bank Group because we take the time to understand his business and give him personalized service. Thank you Joe! We appreciate you and everyone at Joe’s Small Engine Repair in Harvard. .
    .
    Visit Joe this season for all of your lawn equipment repairs, or to shop for new outdoor equipment. .
    .
    TheStateBankGroup.com - Member FDIC - Equal Housing Lender
  • 2 1 5 hours ago
  • YOGA FOR TEENS ROUND ✌🏻
.
Our next round of Yoga for Teens is taking place starting on April 28th. Through mindful movement and breath, join Jenn Clara and explore how the mind-body connection can help us find ways to relax or energize, all while building strength, balance, flexibility, and focus- on and off the mat.
.
Dates: April 28 – June 2(Sundays)
Time: 3:30 – 4: 45 pm (75 min)
Location: Metta Yoga Edmonton
Cost: $15 + GST (Drop In) or $75 + GST (Pre-Register for all 6 weeks)
.
Sign up online or at Metta Yoga Edmonton South to reserve your spot!
  • YOGA FOR TEENS ROUND ✌🏻
    .
    Our next round of Yoga for Teens is taking place starting on April 28th. Through mindful movement and breath, join Jenn Clara and explore how the mind-body connection can help us find ways to relax or energize, all while building strength, balance, flexibility, and focus- on and off the mat.
    .
    Dates: April 28 – June 2(Sundays)
    Time: 3:30 – 4: 45 pm (75 min)
    Location: Metta Yoga Edmonton
    Cost: $15 + GST (Drop In) or $75 + GST (Pre-Register for all 6 weeks)
    .
    Sign up online or at Metta Yoga Edmonton South to reserve your spot!
  • 42 1 5 hours ago
  • (DON'T SWIPE YET - READ THIS FIRST):
These are my parents. They are rad. They are both 69 years old and still out doing 10+ mile hikes over rocky terrain in the California desert mountains. This post is not *really* about my parents, although it's important to note that one of the main driving factors that led them to move from Portland, OR to Palm Desert, CA was my mom's sensitivity to the cold. To give you an idea... When they come visit me back in Oregon in the SUMMER I will frequently come downstairs to find my mom in jeans and a sweatshirt under a blanket with the pellet stove on.
🔥
The conditions were unexpectedly cold and windy when my parents went hiking with some friends in Joshua Tree recently. Yes, my mom could have been better prepared with layers of clothing but she wasn't (life happens to all of us). Instead she was a resourceful badass; she scrounged around the car to find some things to act as makeshift warmth. What she found was not glamorous, but it was functional. Living proof that you do not need top-of-the-line expensive gear to get outside. What my mom found was:
🛍A plastic grocery bag
🧣Her friend's handkerchief and scarf
🧤Some Dollar Store gloves
(OKAY, NOW YOU CAN SWIPE TO SEE HOW SHE USED THESE ITEMS)
🙈
What I love about this is that she easily could have bowed out of the hike to go wait in a warm coffee shop but instead she was committed to her outdoor movement experience with friends (3 of the DHC Elements!) This, plus the fact that she was wearing a plastic bag on her head is the epitome of #dirtyhealth.
🙌
Thanks, Mom, for always setting an example for the rest of us to follow (but maybe next time bring a hat and a jacket!🤣). Check out all my tips for staying warm in the outdoors in my recent blog (link in profile).
🌬
What is the coldest you have ever been or what is the most extreme thing you have done to stay warm? Share your cold-weather stories in the comments below.👇
  • (DON'T SWIPE YET - READ THIS FIRST):
    These are my parents. They are rad. They are both 69 years old and still out doing 10+ mile hikes over rocky terrain in the California desert mountains. This post is not *really* about my parents, although it's important to note that one of the main driving factors that led them to move from Portland, OR to Palm Desert, CA was my mom's sensitivity to the cold. To give you an idea... When they come visit me back in Oregon in the SUMMER I will frequently come downstairs to find my mom in jeans and a sweatshirt under a blanket with the pellet stove on.
    🔥
    The conditions were unexpectedly cold and windy when my parents went hiking with some friends in Joshua Tree recently. Yes, my mom could have been better prepared with layers of clothing but she wasn't (life happens to all of us). Instead she was a resourceful badass; she scrounged around the car to find some things to act as makeshift warmth. What she found was not glamorous, but it was functional. Living proof that you do not need top-of-the-line expensive gear to get outside. What my mom found was:
    🛍A plastic grocery bag
    🧣Her friend's handkerchief and scarf
    🧤Some Dollar Store gloves
    (OKAY, NOW YOU CAN SWIPE TO SEE HOW SHE USED THESE ITEMS)
    🙈
    What I love about this is that she easily could have bowed out of the hike to go wait in a warm coffee shop but instead she was committed to her outdoor movement experience with friends (3 of the DHC Elements!) This, plus the fact that she was wearing a plastic bag on her head is the epitome of #dirtyhealth .
    🙌
    Thanks, Mom, for always setting an example for the rest of us to follow (but maybe next time bring a hat and a jacket!🤣). Check out all my tips for staying warm in the outdoors in my recent blog (link in profile).
    🌬
    What is the coldest you have ever been or what is the most extreme thing you have done to stay warm? Share your cold-weather stories in the comments below.👇
  • 43 7 5 hours ago
  • Here’s looking at you kid 🔥
  • Here’s looking at you kid 🔥
  • 14 1 7 hours ago
  • ❄️Deilige vinterferie❄️🛷
  • ❄️Deilige vinterferie❄️🛷
  • 23 6 5 hours ago
  • 53 1 7 January, 2019