About Wendy Battino
I help men and women create the life they want to live. I teach you how to live fearlessly with integrity and in peace.
Travel ancient waterways and spectacular Alaskan landscapes with your own dog team. Alaska is famed for its wildly romantic landscapes. Picture giant mountains, endless valleys, powerful frozen rivers, sparkling meadows of snow, enchanting forests of birch and spruce – and you and your dog team traveling through it all. This women’s retreat is designed for adventurous spirits […]
Mushers are an inspiration and I share my story in dedication to everyone who has dreamed of running with dogs in connection to the land and has been able to make their dream a reality in this 21st century. As I write, most of the 2017 Iditarod teams are on their way to the village of Huslia, the […]
Hello there! I am writing to you from 37,000 feet, watching Alaska, my home, recede below. Glaciers, mountains, and water just tinged with the pinks of this early morning sunrise spread in unending waves to the horizon. Watching, I fall in love with this land all over again. Whenever I leave the state I get […]
Have you experienced a rising panic over the thought of losing a loved one? Do you have a wonderful dog? Have they ever run off on you? Here is a recent story of fear of loss and practicing to remain calm. I will share a tool I use in dicey situations when I want to call on my intuition to serve […]
One goes snow-blind. One breaks her ski. One bruises a couple ribs. I go into the wild to play to my edges. Earth and dog teach me what to do when those edges get edgier March 25th I flew into Denali National Park with two special women and seven magical huskies. This Wilderness protects North America’s highest […]
Welcome to my first Blog Tour for writers. I was invited to participate by an inspiring soul and Martha Beck Coach, Darren Stoupe. I am addicted to reading his words of wisdom. You can read his poignant post from last week on his blog: http://www.darrenstoupe.com/i-write-to-be-me/ My writing story: Sometimes it feels like I write to Breathe. I killed a friend. […]