It is so tempting to spend the holidays lazing on the couch, drinking a few too many wines and mindless eating in the spirit of the holidays.It’s hard not to go back for seconds at Christmas lunch, when the table is laden with delicacies. But how often do we start the New Year with a food baby and no energy, our joy quickly fading as reality sets in? This is the year to change and we're going to show you how.
Who are our most inspiring women for 2014? All of these amazing women embody the spirit of Wild Women On Top. They take on challenging adventure goals, transforming their lives and the lives of those around them.
With the Christmas season about to enter full swing, temptation awaits. So, over the next few weeks, the Wild Women Weekly will be choc-a-block with delicious nutritious recipes to keep you feeling fabulous and joyful - no food coma's around here.
We had just climbed 500m in ascent on slippery ice and snow to the summit of Mt Ruapehu, an active Volcano in the World Heritage National Park of Tongariro. Then, the guide called me over. ‘That’s the way down’, he said. A 60-degree drop which continued for several hundred metres. My heart began to race. "Really?", I replied.
Almost 500 people —including trekkers, guides, porters, and locals have now been rescued as a result of a massive blizzard in the popular trekking region of Annapurna, in Nepal. As of Monday, nearly 40 people are dead and up to 40 people are still unaccounted for. What happened?
Coinciding with Mental Health Month in October, ground breaking new research shows that group walks in nature have remarkable mental health benefits including easing depression, combating stress and boosting mental well-being....so lets WALKOUT!