Selflessness... The Art Of Putting Others First

Today, there is such an indiscrete thirst that our society shares of having to boast personal glory through email blasts and social media. I do my best to mirror Tilman’s audage regarding self promotion. I stumbled upon his words and became enthralled with how his rare selfless character was embodied.

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DIY Beach Games

No beach day is complete without a little friendly competition. Here are four easy and cheap DIY games to bring to the beach. You’ll never head to the beach without them again.

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The Greatest Skateparks In The World

There is no venue in the world quite like a skatepark, where the shreddage is as constant as the ocean’s rhythmic tide. For surfers, skateparks act as proverbial mistresses, accommodating them when they’ve been stood up by a flat ocean (which happens all too often… poor guys).

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Remembering Lifelong Nature Conservationist, Doug Tompkins

The trip would span five days, covering a 50-mile segment of General Carrera Lake. Puerto Sanchez, the group decided, is where they would begin their kayaking journey, from where they would eventually arrive at their destination, Puerto Ibanez. The team of outdoorsmen planned many stops along the banks of the northern shore where they would camp and explore remote hiking trails. On paper, the trip was nirvana.

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Patagonia Reveals Plans For First Ever Neoprene-Free Wetsuit

Surfboards, wetsuits, leashes, repair kits, and more, are all known to be made with substances that are toxic to the environment. This taboo, which hangs over every surfer's head, goes mostly untalked about for understandable reasons. Patagonia, however, is making great strides towards environmentally conscious surfing with the announcement of their 2016 line of neoprene-free wetsuits.

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Got A Case Of Wanderlust? Researchers May Know Why

Why do we keep going? What is it about us as a human race that urges us to go out and explore? Is it simply because we have feet to take us there? Or is it something much deeper - something embedded in our bones - perhaps a trait passed throughout time from our ancestors? Is there something inside of us that urges us to go out and experience the world?

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Solitude

The official definition of solitude is, “A state of seclusion or isolation, specifically a lack of contact with people”.

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