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Tips, Trips, and Stories From My Worldly Travels

Escape to Skåne for food foraging and outdoor recreation

Escape to Skåne for food foraging and outdoor recreation

Only a 30-minute train ride across the Øresund Bridge from Copenhagen is Skåne – the southernmost region of Sweden. For hundreds of years, its geographical position made Skåne the epicenter of the frequent Dano-Swedish wars, until the last peace treaty...

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Youth Diving With a Purpose

Youth Diving With a Purpose

Blankets of sea-green turtle grass jut from a sandy bottom and sway rhythmically in tune to a light current. The hypnotic show becomes more apparent as we descend to a shallow dive site just 22 feet deep in Biscayne National Park. As we approach the sea floor, pieces...

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7 Fun Facts About the Treadmill

7 Fun Facts About the Treadmill

No matter your stance on treadmills, they’re a mainstay in the gym and common piece of equipment in home gyms. “Using a treadmill has the advantage of low-impact running and cushioned running surfaces, reducing the compressive forces that running produces on your...

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Why It’s Important to Foam Roll Your Hamstrings

Why It’s Important to Foam Roll Your Hamstrings

Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release technique that helps with flexibility, muscle recovery and pain reduction. Other physical benefits of foam rolling include decreasing the neurological signal to the muscle, which allows them to relax. You also increase your...

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2 Days in Reykjavik? Here’s What You Should See and Do

2 Days in Reykjavik? Here’s What You Should See and Do

Your layover in Reykjavik is cause for celebration: you can organize a few exciting excursions that get you up close and personal with nature: from natural, geothermal hot springs; centuries-old lava tubes; and even walk through one of Iceland’s largest glaciers....

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Jump Into The Freakiest Dive Site In Mexico

Jump Into The Freakiest Dive Site In Mexico

If you ever wondered what an underwater Tim Burton film would look like, than Cenote Dos Ojos (Two Eyes Cenote) would be one for the freak-lovers. Dos Ojos is one of the most extensive dive sites in the Yucatan peninsula, being one of the largest underwater cave...

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5 Reasons To Use The Elliptical

5 Reasons To Use The Elliptical

A common sight in fitness centers and home gyms, the elliptical machine has slats for the feet and poles for your hands that allow your arms to work in conjunction with your leg movements as you glide back and forth. The machine is popular because it is easier on...

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