Hi, I’m Amy Bushatz.

When we moved to Alaska I didn’t know a thing about shaping my life to focus on spending time outside. A reporter, editor, runner, CrossFitter and Army wife, I created Humans Outside to help people like me get outside and love it. But just talking about getting outside wasn’t enough. So I started a new challenge, and since September 2017 I’ve spent at least 20 consecutive minutes outside every single day. I also host the Humans Outside Podcast where I get to talk to outdoor-minded guests. When I’m not busy getting outside or hanging out with you here, I am the Executive Editor of Military.com.

Luke Bushatz

Luke is a U.S. Army Airborne Ranger, outdoors enthusiast and co-founder of Remedy Alpine, a nonprofit focused on Alaska’s veterans. Luke loves camping, hiking, kayaking and anything that requires buying more gear. He’s also the reason we ever headed outside to start with.

Huck and David

Did you read something here about kids outside? Then you should thank David and Huck, adventurers who are down with anything we throw at them. They are our official kid-gear testing, dirt collecting, rocks into rivers tossing entertainers.

We Are Humans Who Refocused Life on the Great Outdoors

We chose to chase outdoor-centric living, and we want you to join us. If you are a human who wants to go outside, but you aren’t quite sure how or where, this site is for you. If you are a human who enjoys inspirational podcasts packed with fascinating people and great tips and tricks, this site is for you.

At Humans Outside Expect Real Life Tips and Facts

If you are a human who wants to pursue simple, intentional living, this site is for you. If you are a human who goes outside to not just get better but also be better, this site is for you. And if you are a human who is looking for the best tips and hacks for living the outdoor life, this site is for you.

How we support our veterans

Co-founded by Luke, and fellow veterans Dave Joslin and Eric Collier, Remedy Alpine looks to decrease isolation among Alaska’s veterans through spending time outside. Remedy Alpine uses the environment of the mountains to infuse camaraderie and solitude with personal challenge and achievement. Work the mountain; rest your mind.

How we support our veterans

Co-founded by Luke, and fellow veterans Dave Joslin and Eric Collier, Remedy Alpine looks to decrease isolation among Alaska’s veterans through spending time outside. Remedy Alpine uses the environment of the mountains to infuse camaraderie and solitude with personal challenge and achievement. Work the mountain; rest your mind.

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