Entries in tips (12)

Wednesday
Nov182015

How To... Build A Shelter

If you’re caught in the wild for some time, building a shelter is a vital survival step—both for the physical safety a shelter offers, and the feeling of well-being and morale it can create. Exposure to the cold can cause fatal hypothermia, but it can also cause excessive weakness and fatigue that can reduce the desire to survive.

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Monday
Aug242015

Travel & Packing Tips for Backpackers

It’s always good to do your research before going out on a trip, so you are as prepared as you possibly can. When it comes to packing there’s a lot of handy tricks to make good use of, and here’s also be some travel tips you might not have thought of before which will make your trip go so much more smoothly, with not too many ‘doh!’ moments.

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Wednesday
May072014

14 Simple Water Conservation Tips

With the challenges that the world is facing in the provision of clean water, water conservation has become an essential practice all over the world

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Thursday
Sep192013

Why you should travel when you’re young

It is completely normal to be anxious about leaving home for different climes, especially if it is your first time travelling without your parents. It is vital not to let this fear stand between you and your exploration of the world however.

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Wednesday
Sep182013

Cracking packing: essential items to bring on your travels

Packing before ones travels can seem like an arduous task, and one that is often left until the last minute.

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Friday
Aug302013

How to save sea turtles from at home and abroad

Globally, the increase in plastic use is having serious problems on wildlife because of the large amount of time it takes to biodegrade, and the toxic additives it adds to the ocean.

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Thursday
Aug292013

8 questions to ask yourself before deciding to volunteer

Regardless of your interests or educational background, there are volunteering opportunities out there for everyone.

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Thursday
Aug082013

Stop binning: 5 winning ways to avoid food waste

We waste approximately two billion tonnes of food worldwide each year, and yet it is predicted that 870 million people do not have enough to eat.

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Thursday
Aug012013

How to plan your gap year

Taking a gap year is one of the most exciting times of your life, opening yourself up to new places and people as you travel extensively for the first time.

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Wednesday
Jun262013

How to travel the world like a pro (on a student's budget)

Student traveller KC Owens has written this brilliant guestblog giving some handy tips on how to keep costs as low as possible whilst travelling - leaving all the more money for those once in a life-time experiences!

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Thursday
Jul192012

Tips and tricks for travel

Whether you like to throw the guide book out the window or follow your own strict rules when it comes to travel, here are a few tips and tricks for anyone heading out on a project.

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Wednesday
Sep282011

A Brief Lesson in Wildlife Photography

Following this week's theme of wildlife photography, we will today be giving you a few pointers in achieving those memorable and amazing shots like we've been seeing from the wildlife photographer profiles earlier in the week.

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