Author Archive: Scott Stoll
Aboard the Perseverance is my name, “Scott Stoll,” engraved on a silicon chip. Does that make me an astronaut? Are dreams written in stone — or silicon?
A weekend in Red River Gorge, near the Adventure Capital of Kentucky, gave me time to think about what I’ve achieved in my life so far.
When I was younger, I wanted to do something never done before. I wanted to conquer the world and stand on the tallest mountain. As I grow older, I see every day as a new adventure.
Tips to plan your travel themes and stay safe. The theme of your travels is your dream and what is fueling your steps of action to make your adventure real.
But is thinking the only way out of depression? Is depression simply mind over matter? If you are a fan of social media, you might think so.
You will be surprised what you discover with this reverse psychology trick that we can use on our “bad” emotions, whether that be depression or anything else.
Europe is a large continent with many different countries and cultures to explore and experience. This is what makes it a very enticing travel destination for many vacationers. However, before you jump on a plane, it is important to ensure you are prepared with a checklist of your essentials before traveling. Tickets When you are
When Scott’s first adventure-travel website, theArgonauts.com, came online in 1999, our vision was to give adventurers a forum to share their adventures in real-time — as they were happening!
Welcome to part 3 in my series on depression. Today, we will discuss whether happiness is a choice or not. And I will give you two more simple solutions to feeling better right now.
Is depression bad or good, abnormal or normal? Is depression a bodily sensation or an emotional feeling? The answer will surprise you and help you feel better.
My third video application for the Survivor TV show including a never-before-seen strategy, and funny excerpts from my 11-year-old, handwritten application.
Times have changed! Both culture and technology. How many of these items from the Victorian era would you include on your cycle touring packing list?