In this month’s is­sue, we’ve put to­gether a col­lec­tion of sto­ries that will hope­fully equip you with the tools that you need if camp­ing and out­door ac­tiv­i­ties are as for­eign to you as they are for a city girl like me.

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The Skin When you are an out­doorsy girl who en­joys her wilder­ness ad­ven­tures, then you should pro­tect your skin more than ever. In ‘Writ­ten All Over Your Face’ (page 25), we have care tips for sun-da­m­aged, ir­ri­tated, dry and acne-prone skin.

The Body You should read ‘Fresh Air That Ain’t’ (page 37) if you love out­door ac­tiv­i­ties. While we en­cour­age you to take your rou­tine out­side, there are some rules that you should abide by if you want a safe and healthy ex­pe­ri­ence.

The Food What bet­ter way to cel­e­brate eat­ing out­doors than a pic­nic? See­ing as how we are sub­jected to sud­den down­pours and scorch­ing hot sun all in one day, in ‘Bas­ket Op­tional’ (page 49), we teach you how to turn even a stormy day into one to roll out the blan­ket and feast!

The Les­son In our out­doors guide com­pi­la­tion, who bet­ter to tell us how to pro­tect our­selves when we are ‘out there’ than Bay­watch hot­tie Alexan­dra Dad­dario. She even of­fers a quick work­out plan for a bod that can with­stand the el­e­ments bet­ter in ‘Beach Please’ (page 60).

The Mind While there’s fun in do­ing all the above in a group and with a part­ner, I think the big­gest ad­ven­ture that you can have is do­ing them on your own. In the ‘The Power of One’ (page 54), we of­fer solutions on how you can pack for a solo ad­ven­ture.

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