Keith Everitt Blog

Stress & Anxiety Tips

By Gloria Tafoya
Posted by Gloria Tafoya on March 04, 2019 in No Category
~ Before the Spring Cleaning fear gets to you or you had a long week, here are a few little tips to deal with stress & anxiety. ~. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . As much as we don’t want to admit it, it’s hard to imagine your life without a cellphone. Eliminate the distraction!  Unless you’re using it wisely (tip #2!) you don’t need to be available every second of... read more
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On Saturday August 4th head on over to Primary Care Partners located at 3150 N. 12TH Street for the 3rd annual We Can! Mesa County Back to School Family 5k and Field Day. We Can! Mesa County is a program that helps to provide fun kid friendly activities, healthy eating tips and overall tools to help encourage healthy eating, decreased electronic screen time and physical activity not only for kids but for the whole family. This event begins with a 5k family fun run/walk at 9:00am. Strollers are wel... read more
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Posted by Step Beyond Media on July 17, 2018 in  Biking  Events  Grand Junction  Hiking
This Saturday, July 21st, is the first ever Colorado Riverfest!  Due to the low state of our river this year, there aren't going to be as many water-based activities as there will be in years to come, but there are still a ton of exciting things happening!  This event is focused on building a community taking pride in our rivers and encouraging fun all while appreciating our outdoors.     At Las Colonias Amphitheater, this event promises to be one to remember!  The new event locatio... read more
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Top 3 Colorado National Monument Trails

Posted by Step Beyond Media on June 05, 2018 in  Grand Junction  Hiking  Keiths Faves  Outside
One major thing that sets the Grand Valley apart from other western Colorado cities is the Colorado National Monument.  From a quick drive up to Windy Shivers to professional hiking and biking trails, there are beautiful sights for everyone.  Here are three short trails for those who would like to get out, but don’t want to spend all day outdoors. 1. Window Rock Trail (cover photo is of this trail) is about a quarter mile long and offers wonderful views of two major canyons and&... read more
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Grand Junction Tours

Posted by Step Beyond Media on April 26, 2018 in  Biking  Grand Junction  Hiking  Things to do in Grand Junction
Warm weather is approaching which means it’s time to start planning some outdoor adventures. Some people like to take matters into their own hands and research places to visit and things to do. Luckily, that’s not your only option. There’s plenty of options to have someone do the planning for you! Grand Junction offers a variety of tours, from food and wine tours, to kayaking and rafting. Indulging in a little bit of everything will definitely make for an exciting summer. Not sure where to sta... read more
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