Kimberly Alt

Kimberly received her Bachelor of Arts in multimedia journalism from Simpson College. She is one of Exploring Life's Mysteries most experienced researchers. When reviewing products and services her natural curiosity helps her dig deep and unearth the truth behind the marketing. Her work has appeared in many notable brands, including The New York Times' Wirecutter, Reader's Digest, Forbes, People, Woman's World, and Huffington Post.

Kimberly grew up camping at the nearby lake with her family when she was a young girl. It wasn't until she met her husband that she rediscovered her love for the outdoors and began taking regular vacations to the national parks. Some of Kimberly's favorite memories include camping in a tent, hiking beautiful terrains, sitting around a campfire eating s'mores and sipping on a cold craft beer.

After three years of dating and exploring different regions of the U.S., Kimberly's husband proposed to her with the help of Exploring Life's Mysteries' online engagement content that she had researched and written. Not only was he able to design her ring himself, he was able to do so at great cost savings.

Kimberly likes starting her days with a warm cup of Nespresso, and she enjoys going for walks with her family and hound mix, Sally. In the evenings, she likes indulging in a glass of red wine and some dark chocolate while cozying up by the fire pit in her backyard.

Lily Drone Review: Capture Video Like Never Before

Lily Drone flying: Lily Drone Review

The Lily camera drone is quite possibly the coolest gadget we’ve seen this year and will most likely make most of our wish lists next year. This drone can take video of its user from several different angles by performing specific commands including follow, lead, slowmo, fly up, side and loop. One of the coolest features is that the Lily camera flies itself and there is no control required. So you can kayak, ski, run, etc. and Lily will follow your every move. Read more about the Lily drone in our Lily Drone Review…

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Where is Stonehenge and What’s Its Meaning?

Stonehenge

Stonehenge has been described as everything from something built by aliens as a sort of marker, to a site of devil worship. No one knows about the origin of Stonehenge. Up until now the most plausible explanation seemed to be simply that it was a place of Pagan worship. A fresh idea has come about that suggests the possibility that Stonehenge may have been built by Britons based on how they visually interpret sounds, no matter what it may have been used for…

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How Much Does A Good Telescope Cost?

How Much Does a Good Telescope Cost: telescope

Stargazing got your head spinning? Telescopes are pricey and complex instruments, so you want to make sure you get one that you can operate and that will meet your needs. Depending on the type of scope that you buy and your skill level, you’ll be able to use it to see and identify different objects in the sky. Read on to eliminate any confusion you may have before buying a telescope…

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Best Adventure Vacations: Contiki vs Topdeck vs G Adventures vs Intrepid

There’s nothing sexier than a well-traveled American. That’s what one of my college professors told me freshmen year when I chose to travel abroad. Ignite your travel bug by taking an epic trip with other like-minded adventurers. Explore another culture, taste different cuisines, meet new people and dive into a new adventure. These adventure travel companies are sure to help you find the best adventure trips…

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Did Legalizing Marijuana Help Colorado’s Economy?

Legalizing Marijuana Economic Benefits: bag of weed

Not only would legalizing marijuana benefit the United States economically, it would also regulate the substance and ensure that it is safe for individuals to consume. States like Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Alaska have recently started allowing the recreational use of marijuana. Colorado was the first of these states to allow it. How has it affected the state’s economy since the legalization…

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B612 Foundation: Saving The Human Race

Earth: B612 Foundation

Ever wonder if the human race will get wiped out like the dinosaurs? Perhaps there’s a way we can prevent it. The B612 Foundation is a foundation focused on building, launching and operating a space telescope with the intent of monitoring threatening asteroids. Below we will take a look at the story behind the foundation, the mission of the foundation, the B612 foundation goals and how you can get involved…

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Best Wireless Surround Sound? Heos vs Sonos vs Bose vs Airplay

Feel the music’s bass in your body. Watch sports games as if you were on the sidelines. Hear the explosions in action movies like you’re at the cinema. You can have all this without ever leaving the comfort of your home thanks to wireless surround sound systems. New technology allows the sound quality to be better than ever, and you don’t have to drill holes in your wall or trip over wires either. So grab a tub of popcorn and read on to see how these wireless surround speakers can take your listening and viewing experience to a whole new level…

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