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The bum bag is back! But this time, it’s in disguise. Henty has reinvented the classic hip hugging design as a cool new mountain biking hydration harness.
Only a few years ago she couldn't get out of bed, today 30-year-old Amy-Nicole Peters will get out of her tent and continue her 6000km+ self-supported odyssey across Australia by bike, to show us that anyone can take on a challenge and make a difference.
Ang Roan knows that the challenge of her solo cycle is nowhere near the challenge that people of the LGBTIQ community experience on a day-to-day basis, in terms of the struggle to be accepted by society and in some cases their peers and family.
When it comes to Mental Health, the outdoors can play a key role in healing. Despite setbacks Ebony Hoiberg still hopes to walk across Australia, but at the moment is taking her recovery step by step, just like she hikes trail.
In our continuing series for Mental Health Week, we caught up with Jenae, who was diagnosed with Postnatal Depression three weeks post birth of her second child. Like most who suffer, her journey to recovery has not been smooth.
The Mental Health road to wellness is much like a mountain path. A whole lot of ups and downs, sublime moments of walking delight or sweaty sweary heart-breaking climbs.
"Master street style or take to the mountains, the versatile Trek boot can do both!" Our TPL Chief Editor put them through their paces.
Having a mental health issue doesn’t have to mean staying indoors and not ever challenging limits. Nature can be a saviour whilst adventure can engage participants’ offering a holistic and helpful experience.
Gabrielle Lyons features reporter for ABC Mid Coast joined us for the 2017 Women's Adventure Summit. She caught up with Jane Grover to find out what adventure means to her.
Gabrielle Lyons features reporter for ABC Mid Coast joined us for the 2017 Women's Adventure Summit. She caught up with Hayley Talbot to find out what adventure means to her.
They say getting to the start line is the hardest part. But this time, I didn’t even get that far. When the Rapha Women’s Prestige event was announced, it prompted a flurry of social media messages. “Who’s up for a girl’s weekend in the Hunter Valley?!” “Me!”
Nothing ruins a beautiful moment outdoors more than litter. The whole reason we go adventuring is to feel one with nature, to get back to our roots, get away from the city and experience a place that’s untouched. It's about feeling connected with Mother Nature, rather than imposed on by mankind. Aiming to bring back the beautiful moments, we introduce to you the Hike it Out Campaign.
“Oh no, I am eating something ‘bad’. I can’t believe I am doing this again." This thought process of a ‘mindless’ eater gets stuck in a loop, with additional layers of self-loathing added in with each repetition, while stripping away self-esteem at an equally damaging rate.
We are excited to be contributors to this new textbook! It presents a collection of essays from women across the globe who live, work and participate in outdoor learning environments.
A healthy, high fibre winter warmer, this fruit crumble is one of our favourite winter comfort foods. We have developed a bit of a habit of eating leftovers cold or warm for breakfast!
So you think because you work in an office all day you can't be adventurous? Think again. Heather Porter writes about her double standards and #grublife
If you want to improve the way your body feels, and the way it functions and performs and also the way it looks – and if you want to do all three simultaneously – what guidelines should you follow? We ask our Naturopath / Nutritionist Irene Hunt her top tips for nutrition in women over 35.
Inspirational Wild Woman Di Westaway spills tips on how to create a life of exhilaration by means of adventure
Everything in life is going great, your health and energy is the best it’s been in a long while, your exercise routine is flawless, your work life balance is… well actually balancing. Then something throws a spanner in the works.
Be inspired by this visual journey of vintage caravans, the great Australian landscape and a truly free spirit.
How does a free-spirited adventure athlete reconcile herself with motherhood? She turns it into a competitive sport.
In recent years, after decades of being a bit of an 'inside guy', I've well and truly fallen in love with Mother Nature and the outdoors. And it's fundamentally changed many aspects of my life.
I’ve learned the secret happiness the hard way: through slip-ups and stuff-ups, and so can you. I’ve known extreme sadness, moodiness and anxiety but now, in my fifties, I create natural exhilaration every day. I understand the key ingredients and how to get them, and so can you.
My children are my teachers. They greet each day with wonder, openness and love. Quill opens her eyes most mornings, sees me in the bed and sighs, "hmm-mumma". She says it like she feels it; the word thick with the love.
It is hard to encapsulate in words what signing up for my first triathlon signified in the overall story of my life. In many ways, it was the epitome of my new, fearless approach to living. I had called off the war on my body and was fearlessly pursuing all the activities I had always wanted to do, but never felt were within my grasp; such as running, and above all, a triathlon.
Her stellar swimming career saw her reach world #1 in her freestyle events bringing home medals from Olympics, World Championships, and Commonwealth Games. Elka filled us in on her journey thus far.
When we challenge ourselves outside our skills and possibly our personality and beliefs, we can become uncomfortable. Escaping that comfort zone though is all about understanding that the benefits can be high, failure is mostly limited and that it is purely fear that holds us back. By changing the way you think, getting uncomfortable can have a number of benefits for you.
If you’re seriously into the outdoors, chances are you’ve at least heard of Merino clothing. But how much do you really know about it? And do you know how to get the most out of your Merino? We talked to our friends at Australian Merino outdoor and adventure clothing company ioMerino to get all the inside information on what makes a good Merino garment, and how to layer for maximum performance.
If you’ve been following us here at Travel Play Live for awhile, you will know that we aren't afraid to talk about periods. Well I never thought I could love an advertising campaign more than the one for This Girl Can from the UK, but I have just found my new favourite.
I seriously had to ask myself this question, especially since I had been invited to share on a panel regarding the topic. I could understand it in relation to those women out there, but to apply it to myself touched a raw nerve inside me that until last night I hadn’t quite been able to pin down.