Help Support The Wilde Escape

Welcome to the Wilde Escape Support Hub!

Hey there! Thank you so much for checking this page out.

If you’re like me, you know that the right tools can make all the difference—whether you’re scaling a mountain, starting a new venture, or just trying to stay fit.

That’s what this page is all about.

We hope that this will be your go-to resource for links and guides that complement the adventurous, entrepreneurial spirit we share on this blog.

From the best gear for your next outdoor expedition to tips that get your business off the ground and advice to keep you as fit as a fiddle, we’ve scoured the net and gathered all the essentials right here.

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And, as with some links on Wilde Escape, I always want to be transparent:

Affiliate Disclosure

So, look around, click through some links, and equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to push the boundaries, explore new terrains, and elevate your endeavors.

And hey, if there’s something spectacular you think I should add, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Let’s make this journey even better together!

doing work at a coffee shopGeneral Ways to Support the Wilde Escape Blog

I’m always grateful to anyone who clicks on any links on my website.

It’s the easiest way to support what we do. As with the image above, it’s important to know that clicking on an affiliate link on Wilde Escape will never cost you anything extra.

Want to support the Wilde Escape in other ways? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Below are a few ways you can do just that!

Buy Me a Coffee is the newest site we have signed up for. Feel free to click the link to buy coffee from our writer, Eric! This is an easy way to get a ton more epic content!

Speaking of getting some epic content, we have also wanted to create a monthly newsletter, but we need your help! To get the latest information and promo codes, sign up for the new Wilde Escape email list

Maybe you want to show your support another way. In that case, I would be honored if you checked out Charity Water. To learn more about two charities I support, click here.

group hiking up a mountainBeing Ready for Life with Health and Fitness

The key to life is being ready for anything life throws at you. This could mean hauling groceries up the stairs, playing with your kids, or tackling your latest adventure.

We all want to be fit and healthy for all our adventures.

Here is a quick collection of the health and fitness resources I use to help keep me in top shape, both physically and mentally. I hope they will help you too!

Fitness and Body Improvement

I cannot talk enough about the Tapp Brothers and their training courses. I could go on and on, but click the link for an amazing offer, or feel free to read my full review here.

Whether you’re hiking, biking, running, or working out, it’s key to ensure you have everything your body needs. This is where LMNT (as well as AG1) comes into play. LMNT has been a game changer, giving me the stuff my body needs.

After working in the outdoor industry for years, I became interested in zero-drop shoes. Since then, I have been wearing Xero shoes and couldn’t be happier. Check out my full review here.

Health Stuff to Know About

I’ve been using AG1 for a few years and can tell you that it’s been a game-changer. Not only does it start the day with everything your body needs, but it also tastes good and makes you feel good. If you want to read more, click here.

I think we all know that I love a good cup of coffee. I’ve also tried many coffees on the market and have enjoyed Black Rifle Coffee since 2019.

I’ve been drinking a new meal replacement called Huel. I cannot say enough good things about it. It’s perfect for when I’m on the go and need something quick.

We all need a good night’s rest. Over the last few years, I’ve tried several different mattresses and have loved the Purple Mattress. I think everyone should get one. They are reasonably priced, and I haven’t slept better.

being gratefulOutdoor Gear and Supplies

This is probably the most important section of the Wilde Escape.

If you are going on outdoor adventures, having the right gear will make your time outside enjoyable.

This could be a huge section on its own, but I will do my best to summarize a few places where you can find gear to help you explore the great outdoors.

If you are car camping, going on a road trip, or living in an area that experiences frequent power outages (thanks, PG&E), I suggest you check out portable power stations. My two go-to options are the Jackery or Anker power stations. They can do a lot, and everyone needs one (or two).

When I’m looking for outdoor gear, I go to two websites. The first is the Outdoor Recreation section on Amazon, and the second (with amazing discounts) is Eastern Mountain Sports.

If you have a metal water bottle needing extra attention, get some Bottle Bright. Check out my full review here!

Lots of business workBusiness Recommendations

Whether you are interested in starting your own business or even a blog, having a list of resources will help your entrepreneurial efforts.

I have done a ton of training and research, from freelance writing to building websites. I want to share the tools I used to learn how to start, manage, and grow my business.

If you ever have any questions, be sure to ask!

If you want to start your own business, this section is for you! I have written about this topic because many people have asked me how I started Wilde Escape and other websites. There’s a good amount of information, so feel free to look around.

The program I’ve been most happy with is Wealthy Affiliate. Not only does it have amazing training, but it also helps you along the way, offers website hosting, and provides more tone. If you want to learn more about Wealthy Affiliate, click here.

If you surf the internet or use public Wi-Fi, you need a VPN. Surfshark makes this easy. Click the previous link to try it out yourself, or click here to read my review.

With all businesses, there are a few things that you need to have. It’s a lot of paperwork and items every website needs. I suggest checking out these two posts to learn what I use. The first is LawDepot (my review here), and the second is Plug and Law (my review here).

It’s funny how some people are afraid to ask, but I’m happy to share. I have a few credit cards (I like travel hacking), and the main cards I use are Chase, Capital One Venture X, and the Hilton American Express. Let me know if you want to know why I use these cards, and I’ll write reviews about them.

man over looking the sunriseOther Fun Stuff

I would also like to share a few things that might not be part of the above categories, so I am adding this last section.

This section could grow, but I want to share a few things I recommend you check out.

Do you fill up with gas and want a few extra bucks? Check out Upside, which gives you a small amount of cashback on gas, shopping, and even some restaurants. The little bit adds up.

If you want to get into travel hacking, sign up for The Daily Drop newsletter.

I’ve been asked a lot about how I got out of debt. It was a process, but two books helped me out.

But wait, there’s more!

I want to hear from you!

If you have a resource you love that’s not listed here, or maybe you have some feedback and suggestions, please let me know! You can click here to contact me or email me.

Thank You Again for Visiting the Support Hub!

It’s been great having you here!

Thanks for exploring our Support Hub. I hope you found the resources helpful and that they spark new ideas or adventures.

Do you have a suggestion for a resource I should add, or do you want to say hi? I’d love to hear from you.

Reach out anytime at, and let’s keep the conversation going.

Your input not only helps us improve but also makes this community stronger!

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