Running With Sheep

Hi there!

Let me introduce myself to you real quickly. My name is Sanne and I love sleeping under the stars and cooking above the fire. The outdoor adventures me and Johan have, are shared on this website and Instagram. We like to make things ourselves, live a more sustainable life, get to know the makers of our gear, and encourage you to do the same.

All of this wouldn’t be the same without you, so thank you for stopping by!

Looking for the right link is such a waste of time, let’s make this easy for you:

Vivobarefoot Shoes

As you might know, Vivobarefoot is one of my favourite shoe brands. Their shoes are made to last, with all the benefits of a barefoot shoe: Thin and flexible sole, zero drop, maximum feel and wide to give your toes all the room to wiggle.

When I started to wear barefoot shoes, my ankles quickly improved – I used to sprain them very regularly. Walking has become a much more sensory experience, feeling all the textures below. I even discovered I have some favourite textures, like the signaling made for folks with visual impairment, pebbles and moss.

Especially for you guys, Vivobarefoot set me up with a special 10% discount code: AJSCOT10
Which you can use at check out. Not getting a commision from using the code, only spreading the love!

Field Guides

At this moment both the Field Guide Natural First Aid Kit and the Camp Apothecary are sold out (thank you so so much for this!). Because of changed internationally shipping regulations, I don’t plan on restocking them Field Guides. Instead, I have been working on a digital Field Guide for you.

This Field Guide has 36 recipes and provides a framework for making your own natural first aid kit, camp apothecary, personal and gear care. Which will be available at the beginning of June!

Thank you so much for your ongoing support and all the kind messages about these guides!

If you want to get started right now, check out the free mini Field Guide below, or the Adventure Salve Recipe on the blog.

Stay wild,


Printable Mini Field Guide (free)

In these uncertain times a lot of nature loving folks are stuck indoors. Although it is for the greater good, to flatten the curve and protect the elderly and vulnerable in our society, it can feel like a daunting task to stay at home. To lift your spirits and provide for a bit of fun and nature connection during these strange times, I made a printable mini field guide for you to download, print and have fun with!

In this printable mini field guide you will find some encouraging words, from me to you fellow nature lover, a preview of one of the recipes you will find in my new (digital) field guide (that hopefully launches in May), and two practices to keep you connected with nature, even when staying at home.

I hope you all are well and healthy, and that we will meet in the woods again soon.

Until then, take care and stay wild,


Download the Printable Field Guide

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Do you have a (small) business and would like to work with me? I would love to hear what you have in mind! Send me a message over here.

Let’s get in touch!

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