12 Not-So-Obvious Camping Essentials
Mar04

12 Not-So-Obvious Camping Essentials

Everyone knows the basics of what to pack for a camping trip such as a tent, sleeping bag, and camping chairs, but many fail to consider some of the other essential items you may want to add to your gear list. Here’s a handy list of camping items you may want to pack for your next date with wilderness which will help ensure your health, safety, and comfort.

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Alternatives to Chemical Pesticides for a Healthier Environment & You
Feb28

Alternatives to Chemical Pesticides for a Healthier Environment & You

The term “pesticide” is a broad term used to describe something that keeps away pests and other unwanted substances from gardens, lawns, farms, and other places where flowers, plants, fruits, vegetables, and other crops are grown. Insecticides (deter insects and other bugs), herbicides (deter weeds and other unwanted plants), and fungicides (deter fungi and bacteria) are all different types of pesticides.

It’s important to know that most pesticides are chemical-based to perform better, but the majority of these chemicals are harmful to the environment and to humans. Most people believe that physical contact with these chemicals in pesticides is what can cause harm, but they can also cause harm when they’re inhaled and trace amounts can be left on the food we consume. So how do we keep pests away and reduce our contact with these pesticides?

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The Best Wildlife Themed Games For Nature Lovers
Feb27

The Best Wildlife Themed Games For Nature Lovers

There’s a lot to love about the world’s wildlife, from the megafauna of bears to glittering silver-scaled fish, the giants of the African plains to delicate and beautiful butterflies that live almost everywhere. Though not all of us have ample opportunity to get outdoors and experience nature as much as we’d like to.

If you’re an animal fan, here are some games that might appeal to you, which you can play if you’re transiting on long bus rides, stuck inside in isolation, or facing a long lock down as the result of a positive test.

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Home Safety While Traveling: How To Get The Best Door on a Budget?
Feb07

Home Safety While Traveling: How To Get The Best Door on a Budget?

There are many things you can do to ensure you guard your home against theft and break in while you’re abroad; making sure your mail is held so the box doesn’t overflow, putting lights and sprinklers on a timer, making sure windows have locks, and installing a security alarm. Though one big part of home safety are your doors.

When you’ve already blown your budget on an over water bungalow in the Maldives, it’s hard to want to prioritize money for something as boring as a door. But it’s not difficult to find a strong door on a budget, which will secure your home while you’re gone.

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