Getting into the outdoors can be a fantastic way to recharge your batteries and rest your brain. When you’re surrounded by nature, things tend to take on a different perspective. Hiking is one way to get out there and so is fishing, birdwatching, boating, and backpacking. Camping can also be an excellent way to get in touch with nature and rest your mind, body, and soul. If you’re a woman going alone, it’s even better – you can rely on yourself and your instincts. Solo female camping is a great idea, especially when done safely.
There’s no need to be afraid of what might happen when you’re alone. As long as you’re smart about supplies and you’re aware of your surroundings, you’ll be fine. Pack plenty of food and water, arrive with a fully charged phone, and bring all the maps and GPS coordinates that will help you manage your sense of place.