Why You Should Bring Handy Tools In A Park More Often


Let’s face it. Being in a park is just wonderful.

And no, I don’t just mean being in a park is just wonderful – especially when it comes to seeing more of what nature has to offer. But that’s because despite what kind of season in nature you may find yourself in, parks are still great for when you simply need to take a breather from the sometimes-overwhelming trials of life.

But yes, I do also mean being in a park is just wonderful – even when it comes to experiencing more of what life has to offer. And that’s because despite what type of difficulty in life you may find yourself in, parks are still great for when you elaborately need to make a changer from the sometimes-underwhelming tests of nature.

The best part, however? These are exactly why you should bring handy tools in a park more often.

Simply put: Aside from the fact that being in a park is one great way for you to do those mentioned above, there’s also the fact that you get to be more artistic than usual – paving the way for ideas that you should never hesitate to make a reality right away, thanks to the seemingly intuitive abilities of handy tools to be there for you at the right moment.

Even more so:

  • Bringing handy tools in a park makes you more than ready when certain kinds of emergencies happen. This could be due to you straying too far and getting lost within a deep part of the forest just behind the park you entered in to get a dose of fresh air or even simply encountering a horse stuck in a tree nearby. Regardless of the reason, one just can’t be too ready to face whatever challenge appears in front of him – no matter how simple it can be, no matter how elaborate it can be.

And yes, it’s all because of us bringing handy tools which prove that these things are in it for the long run – even if we’re just looking to relax in places like parks, further proving that both nature and life are intertwined in so many ways and it’s up to us how we use them to make our lives and especially others’ lives better than usual.

How about you, my friend?

Why do you think you should bring handy tools in a park more often?

Is it for survival purposes? Or is it for artistic purposes?

How do you think it will go for you then?

Share your thoughts with us by commenting below!

You can also check out this great resource for more on handy tools.


Exploring Temples and Nature in Cambodia

The ancient city of Angkor with all its iconic temples and ruins is easily one of the reasons why millions of tourists flock to Siem Reap in Cambodia. But to anyone who has visited the country, there is more to the place than meets the eye. A Cambodia nature themed trip can be an exciting adventure filled with stunning surprises and discoveries. Nature travel or not, here are some of the best things to do to explore beyond the country’s famous temples into a more intimate look at some of its natural attractions.

1. Catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat. This is a must-do for most tourists. It may get a bit crowded with many making the early trip to the ancient site to watch the sunrise. But the view and experience make it worth your time. Some of the best spots to see it are near the pond in front of the main temple and at Angkor Hill among others.

2. Explore Angkor Thom and marvel at its ancient structures. Bask in the sunlight as you take a walk at one of the causeways leading to the entry tower and see the 54 stone figures flanking each side.

3. Experience the otherworldly beauty of Ta Prohm that sits fairly untouched in the midst of a lush jungle. The site, which is said to date back to about the middle of 12th century, has a surreal charm. Here nature has become part of the ancient structures with tree branches, roots, and trunks intertwining with ruins.

4. Discover the country’s many unspoiled beaches including the ones on the island of Koh Rong.

Reconnecting With Nature In The United Kingdom


The United Kingdom is not just home to some of the most beautiful countries on Earth. It’s also home to some of the most natural places on Earth – the perfect locations to reconnect with nature after a long week of bustling in the city.

That being said, here are some tips when reconnecting with nature in the United Kingdom:

Consider going to small villages.

This might probably be an old-school idea; however, this might also be a life-changing idea. Small villages in the UK are not just mere villages. Small villages in the UK are filled with scenic views, tranquil waters, and lush forests no one else in the city has probably ever been to. Small villages in the UK are also filled with rich history, vibrant culture, and amazing people even if their overall populations haven’t reached 200 yet. Take for example: the wonderful Buckland in the Moor of Dartmoor in Devon, with only a population of 94 as of 2001 – and with a view like that of Harry Potter film locations.

Consider going on train rides.

If you think train rides are just meant to take you from one place to another, think again. Train rides in the UK are probably comparable to road trips as you get to see for yourself the wonders of Mother Nature, all the while looking out the window. Train rides in the UK are also probably comparable to field trips as you get to experience for yourself the wonders of Mother Nature, all the while feeling the wind outside. Even more so, you will learn more about what makes the UK unique – aside from its rich history, its vibrant culture, and its amazing people.

Do you know any other tips when reconnecting with nature in the United Kingdom? Let us know in the comments section below!