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    Many of us are spending much more time inside than we used to. But these new social distancing laws have brought some silver linings - there's plenty of time to get baking!

    This weekend, give Gai's delicious gluten free raspberry friands a try. 

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    It’s been a huge few weeks here at Wild Women HQ.

    We’ve faced some of the biggest challenges we’ve ever faced as a business, and we know we aren’t alone. Fear and panic are everywhere.

    But we know that what you focus on grows. So we asked our team to tell us things they are grateful for, and together we’ve come up with a list that has helped us through some of the most challenging days.

    We hope it can help you, too.

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has made it feel like the world has tilted on its axis. 

    Everything seems different now. In times of crisis, we usually come together with love. Now, we’re forced to stay apart for love. 

    Here's how I'm finding ways to cope. 

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    Victoria has epic trails around every corner, walks that suit hard-core hikers and women who are new to bush walking. Here's where Wild Women recommend you explore.

     

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    This recipe comes from a Wild Man in our community, and it is truly EPIC. Full of flavour, packed with nutrition and even better the next day, it's the perfect Sunday arvo meal prep recipe. Enjoy! 

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    Although I have made – and continue to make - many mistakes as a parent, I have given my daughter the gift of education. She has learned how to think for herself, express herself and communicate her needs with love and respect. She has been given the tools she needs to choose her own future, which is a gift denied to so many girls around the world. 

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    This summer Mother Nature has shown us her best and worst. She’s unleashed fires upon our parched lands and hail upon our parliament. She’s watered our wilderness, filled dams and flooded rivers.

    She’s also forced us to contemplate what we can all do to live and tread more gently upon her fragile flora, to protect our threatened fauna and to support a healthy, flourishing natural environment.

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    In a culture that worships youthful looks, many of us think that physical weakness and decline is a natural part of ageing. But research shows that most age-related wilting is a result of lifestyle, not the number of candles on your cake.

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    Have you ever wondered what it's like to sleep in mountain huts, sandwiched between friends or strangers like sardines night after night? Our Managing Director Tania shares her first experience of hut life...

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    By the Wild Women On Top Team

    Preparing the ULTIMATE Valentine’s Day dessert in a wilderness location takes a little effort, but it’s sooo worth it.

    Here’s how we do it.

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    By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick at Wild Women On Top

    If, like me, you’re the kind of woman who prefers clifftop kisses to fancy lingerie on Valentine's Day, you’re in the right place. 

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    Ever wondered what Trek Training is like for a newbie? Our Client Services Manager Robby shares her first Trek Training experience with us.

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    When it comes to nutrition, there’s a whole lot of information out there about what we 'should' and 'shouldn’t' be eating. We asked nutrition expert Dr Joanna McMillian to simplify it for us. The good news? It’s way easier to eat healthy than you think!

     

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    If you’re looking for some great ways to get out in nature this long weekend, look no further! These gorgeous day walks are the perfect summer activity – take the kids, friends, family or go by yourself for a solitary soak in nature’s playground. 

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    When the immediate emergency has passed and our beautiful homeland has stopped burning, we need to take some time to grieve, re-set ourselves and then begin to renew our goals, with a productive and positive mindset overlaid with the new filter of a climate changed world. 

    Here are some ways to turn your guilt and sadness into positive action.

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    To help you avoid the boxed chocolate aisle on the way to your BBQ or picnic this long weekend, we’ve pulled together some great ideas for when you need a quick, fabulous and impressive share plate – without lots of effort.

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    If you love to enjoy the sticky, delicious sweetness of a big, ole bowl of ice cream, we feel you. Us too. 

    We wanted to try a more nourishing version that satisfies our sweet tooth and gives us our daily dose of fruit, and this recipe is a winner! 

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    Celebrating when such a huge environmental crisis is unfolding in Australia just hasn’t felt right. The pain of knowing how many homes, animals and forests have been destroyed has been intense. Seeing so many people in our communities struggling with the force of these fires has been deeply stressful and exhausting.

    Now it's time for us to pause and recognise the grief and pain which has marked the beginning of 2020.

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    In times like this, it's important to make sure we're giving ourselves the care we need to remain hopeful, productive and strong.

    Here are ten simple ways you can immediately improve your wellbeing today. 

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    Stretching and gentle movement is a great way to support a healthy, happy spine – even while you’re sitting – so we asked our in-house yoga teacher/marketing specialist Donna for her favourite desk stretches to relieve shoulder, neck and back stiffness.

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