This 1001 Ways to Live Wild review was written to acquaint you with a new book by its author, Dr. Barbara Ann Kipfer.
This book was published by National Geographic Partners, LLC in March 2016.
I received the book from TLC Book Tours, a virtual book tour site. TLC invited me to act as your tour host, sharing my thoughts about a book filled to the brim with insights into how to make every day adventurous - both on and off the trail.
• Hardcover: 384 pages
• Publisher: National Geographic (March 29, 2016)
Bestselling author of 14,000 Things to Be Happy About, Dr. Barbara Ann Kipfer pours her creativity into an irresistible book of bite-size inspiration for leading an adventurous, happy, and fulfilling life. 1,001 Ways to Live Wild is filled with light-hearted quick hits of encouragement for anyone looking for a jolt of "get out there and live."
Short entries—musings, things to do, and inspirational quotes—are paired with stunning artwork, creating a beautiful keepsake to give as a gift or to keep on your bedside table.
Presented as one continuous list accompanied by whimsical sidebars and thought-provoking quotes, the text touches on many and varied themes such as:
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There's not one theme on that list that a hiker wouldn't be eager to explore!
I know for a fact that women hikers embrace passion, curiosity, and the chance to push their physical and mental limits every time they lace up their boots.
The challenge of having this many suggestions presented to you in one go is "Where do I start?"
There are lots of ways to let this simple book knock loose some of that festering wildness bottled up inside of you.
Personal example: When I read "Sleep suspended above the forest floor" I wrote that down, making a notation to look into backpacking hammocks. This one sentence unleashed a flood of questions (What are the drawbacks? How much do they weigh?) and possibly opened the door to a new type of sleep system on my next backpack trip.
Another way I plan to use the book: Make a list of her ideas for sharing adventures with other people.
Finally, it needs to be mentioned that this pretty little book contains some great quotes.
I've already got a few taped to my workspace to remind me of my wild side.
The author also provides enough "wild lists" to keep you adventuring in many ways over the next years.
Here are my favorite lists for hikers in this 1001 Ways To Live Wild review:
I learned an important fact in this 1001 Ways To Live Wild review:
This book is too lovely to keep to yourself.
Feed your wild side!
And then share it with your trail buddies.
I hope this 1001 Ways to Live Wild review provided a simple but challenging way to help you go wild.
Thanks, TLC Book Tours, for the opportunity to welcome this little book into my life.
Interested in purchasing a copy? Go here.
1001 Ways To Live Wild Book Review
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Diane is the founder of Hiking For Her.
She’s been on a hiking trail somewhere in the world for nearly five decades & loves to share her best hiking tips right here.
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