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    If sustainable living can be hard, sustainable hiking can be even harder. 

    But there’s never been a more important time to take care of nature and protect our earth for future generations. Here’s how you can reduce your impact and leave the trails better than you found them. 

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    By Tania Taylor | Managing Director and Co-owner of Wild Women On Top

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    Diet and exercise. 

    That was the prescription for ‘health’ I grew up with. Broccoli and burpees. Cutting carbs and doing crunches. Spinach and spin classes.  

    It wasn’t until after I was diagnosed with depression that I realised this health equation was missing a key ingredient.

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    This recipe is such a winner for this time of year. Heading out of winter, I’m always looking for light but nourishing foods to ground me and give me a little spring in my step! This one is perfect.

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    This no-fuss recipe couldn't be easier and more delicious. It's the perfect treat to impress your friends and it goes perfectly with a cuppa on a clifftop after a long hike.

    Plus, it's vegan and can be altered to be gluten-free. 

     

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    It’s not just young lovers who crave long walks along the beach. It turns out, they’re bloody good for the lot of us. 

    Science proves it.

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    Seeds are hard to get into your diet at the best of times. They're super good for us, so we should try to pack more in where we can.

    These healthy crackers are the solution to your seed (and your cheeseboard) problems. The recipe comes from our Co-owner and Managing Director Tania Taylor and this snack is sure to become one of your staples.

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    Have you ever used exercise as a way to punish your body? Have you ever seen exercise as a way to ‘make up’ for the food you ate or as a way to get rid of that extra skin on your tummy?

    Me too.

    It’s taken dozens of hours of therapy, months of personal work, and some good old fashioned trial and error to finally accept the truth about exercise.

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    Ultimately, there’s no one-size-fits-all rule for what undies to wear while walking, but there are some hard-and-fast rules for what not to wear.

    Here goes…

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    Springtime is truly a hiker's dream.

    The weather is delicious, the sun is shining, the birds are singing, the days are longer, and the wildflowers are back, baby! 

    To celebrate the start of spring, we're sharing some of our favourite walks that are bursting with life and are perfect for this season.

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    Raymond Myers once said, “if you seek creative ideas, go walking. Angels whisper to a man when he goes for a walk.”

    The power of this quote became clear to me many years ago, when a walk made me $40,000.

    Yep, you read that right.

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    I’ve had lots of hiking hiccups over the years. There’s nothing like experiences in the wild to teach you how to become an independent hiker.

    But if you want to reduce the risk and stay safe, it's best to practice close to home and to do a bit of homework.

    Here’s some basic tips on how to become an independent hiker. 

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    This recipe is sure to delight after a long walk with your hiking buddies. Trade the packet noodles for dinner with this delicious, nutritious steak and salad combination. If you're vego, you can substitute the steak for halloumi - it works a treat. This dish requires a little bit of prep at home, but it's so worth it.

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

    I’ve been a hiker for nearly 20 years and I’ve always thought of myself as a “Leave No Trace” kinda girl. I love the wilderness, and do what I can to protect it. I always take my rubbish with me, and use wilderness wash instead of soap. That’s it, right?

    Wrong.

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    Wild Women like to spice up their hikes with gourmet food. Over the years, we’ve tried and tested many snack recipes. Lucky for you, we’re sharing some of the best…

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    This baked pumpkin and creamy nut sauce recipe comes from our Wild Woman Lorraine and it's absolutely mouth-watering. It's the perfect addition to a hearty meal and it's vegan friendly. Plus, you can use the creamy sauce on any vegetables to give them a good hit of flavour and deliciousness.

    Enjoy!

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    Whether you prefer a full-blown power muff, a manicured landing strip, a vejazzle, a heart-shaped ‘do, a brazillian or any other pubic style, we say do as you please!

    But when it comes to the outdoors and managing your pubes, we’re interested in function over form, and in helping newbie hikers avoid some serious pube-related mistakes we’ve made in our time (an itchy vulva on a hike is no fun, lemme tell ya!).  

    Here's what you need to know...

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    Fitting in exercise when you feel like you don’t even have time to go to the loo is a real challenge. But it is possible.

    This is the secret...

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    If there's one thing Wild Women love, it's delicious and nutritious treats that're super easy to make. When you're out on the trail - and you need a hit of something sweet - these bliss balls are the perfect snack solution.

     

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    Our obsession with youth and beauty means we see age as a curse rather than a gift. A burden, rather than an opportunity that gives you the freedom to live the way you want to live, without worrying about what others think.

    But we need to think differently. Here's how. 

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