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How to Take Successful Stranger Selfies

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While on a recent Snowbunny Mag retreat, we decided to play a friendly game of “Selfies with Strangers.” The goal of the game is to take as many pictures of yourself with anonymous strangers while waiting to load the chairlift. The bunny with the most photos wins bragging rights for the remainder of the trip. […]

How to Prepare for Your First River Trip of Spring Runoff Season

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Trade in the ski helmet for your dry bag as you receive notice that you have won the lottery, literally. Remember when you applied for those river permits when the snow was still falling? Well, it’s time to shake off that winter coat and get ready for swimsuit season because ladies, we’re going boatin’. It can […]

Smelly Gear? How to: Deodorize Your Ski and Snowboard Gear

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After chasing storms all winter, spring riding is always welcomed. Bring on the sunburns, short sleeves and sun-baked snow that you don’t have to wake up at 6 AM to enjoy. But along with the new found warmth on the mountain comes smelly gloves, boots and helmets. Here are your bunny tricks to keep you […]

How To: Know if you are Addicted to Snow Sports.

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  Snow Sport Addiction, as it pertains to this article, is defined as a chronic, relapsing behavior that is characterized by compulsive powder seeking, and arduous journeys in search of untracked snow, despite harmful consequences. If you enjoy winter sports at all, you may want to take the time to assess whether or not your love […]

Online Dating: How to Find a Man?

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There are only a few struggles I have met being an independent single girl. One of them is moving, another is opening the ever hated pickle jar and the other is being cared for when deathly ill. As I roll over to grab yet another tissue to attend to my incessant runny nose, I once […]

How to Truly Protect your Skin and the Environment at the Same Time.

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Even though winter is upon us, and getting sunburned is less likely, wearing sun protection year round is the number #1 thing you can do to protect your skin. Dermatologists agree that sunscreen is also the #1 proven product for anti-aging. With an increased awareness of products geared toward Eco-friendly and Green living, what sunscreens […]

The Gift of DIY Sugar Scrubs

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How to Make Sugar Scrubs DIY gifts can help to alleviate the stress of wasting time and money at busy department stores buying gifts that you are hoping will bring brief seconds of holiday cheer to your friends, family and the dreaded co-worker secret Santa recipient. Handcrafted practical gifts such as bath salts, sugar scrubs, […]

How to Choose a Personal Trainer

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Choosing the right personal trainer can be a daunting task, especially because your money is involved.  But there are a few things that you can do to pick out the right personal trainer that will best suit your needs and your wants. First, do your homework!  Start by making a list of everything that would […]

How to Avoid Tearing Up Your Knees When Tearing Up the Hill

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Participating in any sport poses hazards and a risk of injury to the body.  Professional athletes and those who are more than just weekend warriors typically train properly to avoid injury. You might wonder how in the world can you avoid getting hurt? You’re in luck, because this month we are going to teach you […]

How To Stay Safe On The Slopes This Year

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By Denise McLaughlin   Staying Safe On The Slopes This Year All skiers and boarders should know the Responsibility Code: Always stay in control and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects. People ahead of you have the right of way.  It is your responsibility to avoid them. You must not stop […]