Wavehuntress’ Week

Get Your Phone Ready For Travel

Get your Android phone ready for travelling with a few tips, tricks and travel apps well worth downloading.

40 Life Lessons Learned In One Long Year Dedicated To Getting Fit

Jack sits in front of his TV watching “Seinfeld” covered in Doritos crumbs at 2 am, as he decided: „That’s it; I’m going to get fit now“. After a year he resumes the Life-lessons he learned in and shares them with you.

5 Ways Travel Brings Out The Best In You

Traveling changes people. When you’re in a foreign country or another city, you become a different person, with an entirely different aura. When you’re at home, you live a life of routine: wake up, go to school or work, come home, sleep, repeat. You rarely take risky opportunities and instead rely on rational decision making instead of impulse.

11 Reasons Why Travel Makes You a Happier Person

Travel is good for lots of things, but it can also increase mental well-being – and not just in the short-term. Whether you’re traveling for business, on a one-week family holiday, or have sold everything to pursue a life on the road, traveling can make you a happier person by building self-confidence, providing new experiences and memories, breaking routine and allowing you to meet people from all over the world.

10 Rules For Dating A Pro Surfer

Dating a Surfer is hard – there’s always the ocean and the waves between you. Dating a Pro Surfer is even harder. Read here Ashleys 10 rules for dating a pro surfer:

7 Best Excuses Not to Surf Big Waves

Let’s be honest: Big waves are scary. They are big, for starters. They can hold you underwater for long periods of time and deprive you of valuable oxygen. They can make you panic and fear for your life. It’s handy to have a few foolproof excuses in your locker whenever the waves get big.

Design Guide : Tail Shapes

Last week SurfGirlMag started its Design Guide with the Surfboard-Design. This week it’s getting more detailed. Read here all about tail shapes:



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