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Deanna Yudelson

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Weekend Getaways: Best Places To See Fall Foliage

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Oct 13, 2017 8:45:00 AM

The dog days of Summer are behind us, but that doesn’t mean you have to hermit inside until the weather warms up again. If you have a date, venture out and explore the unconventional fall activities the season has to offer. Let go of the post-summer blues, and embrace change by traveling to our country’s woodsy backyards to embrace the year's final colorful farewell.

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6 Unconventional Outdoor Autumn Dates

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Oct 3, 2017 1:41:26 PM

Cuffing season as they call it is back, and it’s in full swing. Previously, we advised you on date ideas to spark that Grease-like-Summer lovin’, but now as the weather is cooling down we’re here to keep things hot with that special someone. To really impress your date, think outside the box, or in this case outside the pumpkin patch and surprise them with a season full of outdoor date ideas that are as much insta-worthy as they are memorable.

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4 Outdoor Exercise Myths That Gotta Go

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Sep 25, 2017 8:45:00 AM

As the weather is still on our side, we’re savoring the final stretches of outdoor exercise like running and biking outside without toppling into mounts of snow or coming home nearly frostbitten.  Before the weather takes a turn, we decided to debunk the bogus myths of outdoor exercise, according to Hirofumi Tanaka, Ph.D., director of University of Texas’s Exercise Science program.

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How To Plan a Fishing Vacation

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Sep 15, 2017 8:45:00 AM

Planning a fishing vacation is an adventurous and active excuse to take a few days off from work. Whether you plan on crossing overseas for exotic fish and excursions, there sure will be a ton of planning when it comes to fishing in foreign states & countries when it comes to permits. Don’t forget booking, equipment, and other luggage you need to carry with you.

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How Fishing Leads to Healthier Lifestyle

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Sep 6, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Fishing is undoubtedly the most inclusive sport. Anyone, no matter their age, income, or even fitness level can join in on the sport. It no longer is a past time of the boys club as it once was, over one-third of America’s 46 million fishing enthusiasts are women, according to report released by the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation and Outdoor Foundation. The diversity within the sport broadens itself daily, and it’s for good reason. Here is how fishing leads you to a healthier lifestyle.

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How to Hit the Trail without Leaving a Trail

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Aug 29, 2017 9:56:37 AM

Robert Swan once said that the biggest threat to our earth is the belief that someone else is going to save it. An underlying truth – one all outdoorsmen know, so they in turn tread our grounds lightly. The idea is that we can be part of nature, without having to take from it. In our own way, we assimilate to nature, as we would in someone else’s house;  never rude, too comfortable, or overstepping our boundaries.

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Summer Activities to Help Relieve Anxiety

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Aug 14, 2017 12:00:00 AM

Annually, we look forward to Summer so we can relax in the sun-kissed warmth the sunshine radiates our direction. In reality, it does happen that we constantly lose sight of Summer as our schedules quickly fill up with so many activities, that finding time to relax quickly falls out of the question. Regardless, the health advantages to spending time outside are inarguable, in-fact, simply being within a green space can help you relax.

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How to Protect Yourself in Bear Country

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Aug 7, 2017 10:07:25 AM

I’m what most call a city dweller, but every so often I do kick on my hiking boots to explore nature around me when the loud New York City streets become overwhelmingly loud, crowded, and this time of year, hot. Around this time last year, my friends and I packed into a car and drove to Upstate New York to go for a hike, “Will there be bears?” Shelly asked as we parked the car. I assured her “Of course not.” I’ve done this trail countless times, and haven’t crossed path with any furry creature, bear or bunny included. Of course, as if it was planned, the second we stepped out of our car and walked at least 100ft from the lot towards the trail a woman came up to us and said “be careful, I was on a run here when I ran past a family of bears.” Sure enough, we saw from a distance a large, assuming Mama Bear and her two (still shockingly large) cubs. To kill some time, we wandered into forest lodge and watched the bears until there was a safe distance between us, and we proceeded on our route.

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Are You Hydrated During Your Outdoor Adventures?

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Jul 31, 2017 3:27:39 PM

In an ideal world, I drink the healthy recommended dosage of 8 fluid ounces of water per day, starting from the moment I wake up. Theoretically, because it is summer, I would drink more water because I spend more times outdoors; but in actuality, we know that in most cases that glass of water is replaced with a refreshing glass of beer, which sounds quenching but is in actuality dehydrating. In turn, I’ve found that when I go on my morning runs I feel dehydrated and can’t finish my run without stopping for breath and feeling dizzy toward the end of my workout regimen. This is one of the many signs of dehydration. If you’ve been noticing these symptoms as well during your outdoor adventures, we have a list of other signs indicating that you’re dehydrated. Hydration isn’t only essential for healthy skin, but it also lubricates your joints, keeps your kidneys healthy and controls body temperatures.

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How To Go Fishing With Your Kids

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Jul 19, 2017 12:29:00 PM

For the busy mind, fishing is an oasis of solitude within nature. The quiet or open waters are where you go to gather your thoughts to return back to land with a sense of rejuvenation and clarity, alongside with some freshly caught dinner. This past-time can also be a form of bonding with your children, as you can teach them tips to reel in the bait. They will likely sit quietly side by side and embrace the quiet waters with you.

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